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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VA72:this was SUCH a cool idea, too.

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I had gotten these sneakers and was using them to dispense free tshirts and
to take people to the shop's group info page. Unfortunately I had to move
them because they put me over the prim limit for the shop (by a LOT.)

What does this mean?

Every object in SL is made up of components, called primitives. In 3d
modeling, this is the simplest building block an object can contain. Every
object contains a number of primitives, that are linked together. Every
parcel of land has a primitive limit, since these objects tax the servers
and graphics engines. So say, my shop has a 55 prim limit. EACH one of
those sneakers was 71 primitives. I'm bummed. The sneakers were expensive
and they looked SO cool for the purpose, too.


OCD Sprocket says:

poop :-(

the sneakers are way cool

2nd Sep 2008, 06:02

bronxelf says:

Yeah, I was hoping theyd let me keep them since they're not even *remotely* close to the prim limit on the sim, but Maikl wanted to be fair to everyone, so I had to take them down. That's why those pictures are there in their places now.

2nd Sep 2008, 06:04

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