Personal media in Second Life

February 26, 2007

Thanks for the t-shirt but…where comes it from?

Filed under: Bugs, glitches — Signore Iredell @ 3:22 pm

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I’m currently using the stable Second Life Viewer on Windows (that is, 1.13.3 (2) Jan 30 2007 15:34:24 release).
My avatar doesn’t usually wear shirts, but after I logged in I found myself wearing a nice t-shirt:

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Watching it better, I discover that this t-shirt is actually using screen_last.bmp, the snapshot that the viewer automatically takes when you logout:

glitch-snapshot-3.jpg

Here is screen_last (jpeg version):

screen_last.jpg

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4 Comments »

  1. I like the images. I have been trying to do texture for a while on some of my avatars, but I have not been able to get the programming to work properly for it. There seems to be some glitches that I have not been able to work out yet. The picture distorts and loses its shape with the texture. I have tried a couple of programs and all with the same problem. What could I be doing wrong? Am I missing some part that would help reduce the image degradation? And what really sucks is that all of my friends are computer illiterate and not been able to help me. I have not had anyone I could turn to for help or advice on this. I seem to be the one that they are turn to for computer advice. So who does the computer nerd turn to for help? I would greatly appreciate any input I could get on this.

    Comment by t-shirt — June 25, 2007 @ 6:05 pm

  2. Beautiful! What software did you use to create these? I admit I’m no good at texturing and layering since I’m just starting out with this technique. Do you know any online tutorial about this?

    Comment by oil paintings art — September 13, 2007 @ 7:40 am

  3. Sorry for the delay!

    You may find this website useful:
    http://www.robinwood.com/Catalog/Technical/SL-Tuts/SLTutSet.html

    Also, have a look to my bookmarks:
    http://del.icio.us/signore
    and choose the tags you want, example:
    http://del.icio.us/signore/documentation+textures

    Comment by Signore Iredell — October 24, 2007 @ 2:09 am

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