Virtual Alchemy

by AK365

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Yo. Bronxelf here. So, I came to the conclusion that I sort of liked the idea of a 365 project, but really wasn't up to taking photos of me every day.

What sounded in some ways more challenging, but in some ways more comfortable was to twist it slightly and do 365 days of my avatar on Second Life.

AK, as I think everyone knows are my initials. They're also the initials of my avatar. And my avatar is well... pretty much like me. So there you go.

Um, I don't know the first thing about CSS, so I'll uh.. get to that.

Other, more traditional, currently active or completed 365 projects include...

365 Days of Mr. Kyoob
My Defective Ear(the one that started this madness- COMPLETE!)
See Me
Slice of Life
Whose Shoes?

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VA20: Making tshirts.

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I make a lot of my own tshirts in SL. Though the clothing choices are
endless, I find that most of the women's clothing is clubwear- the vast
majority is very skimpy and not something I would wear anywhere, not even
virtually. Fortunately, I have the ability to make my own shirts, which
fixes the vast bulk of my clothing needs.


OCD Sprocket says:

I guess the good thing about virtual clothing is you wear it and trash it - you wouldn't want to spend all your SL time hanging around down the laundromat.

12th Jul 2008, 12:50

bronxelf says:

I was just thinking about how awesome it is I don't have to do laundry in SL.

12th Jul 2008, 12:52

Alfie says:


You know you can set your moblog to autoping twitter when you update right?

12th Jul 2008, 12:53

bronxelf says:

Yeah I know. :) But I like to keep things separate. If there's something I post I think someone really needs to see, I just link them directly. Most of the people on my twitter list are seeing my MBUK stuff via RSS through LJ anyway.

12th Jul 2008, 12:56

Tori says:

Damned good shirt.

12th Jul 2008, 17:07

bronxelf says:

I'd give you one if you'd get an account. :P

12th Jul 2008, 17:08

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