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Help with Avatar clothing...

Posted by uneamie (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 27, 05 at 22:16

Is anyone familiar with making clothing for animated avatars for "virtual worlds" like "Second Life"? I am a registered member of "Second Life" and one can make "real money" selling clothing designs if you sell enough to make enough "virtual dollars" that can be exchanged for "real money".

I know how to make "web site graphics" in PSP but I cannot figure out how to make virtual world images etc. I am really stumped. Things are either getting way too complicated or I am just getting too old for this...LOL!


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RE: Help with Avatar clothing...

Looks like everyone is stumped on this one. Hope you can find your answer!!!
Judy


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RE: Help with Avatar clothing...

I don't know if this is what you mean?
Wait a little to finish loading.

~Urlee~

Here is a link that might be useful: Vitual World


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RE: Help with Avatar clothing...

Urlee...yes, that is the 3D world I am talking about...unfortunately the link you posted does not help me understand how to make the "clothing" that the "avatars" wear. I know that many of the members use "PSP" to make their designs...but I really need some TUT's to figure out how to do it.

Thanks for posting this link....it was an interesting article about "Second Life".


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RE: Help with Avatar clothing...

You are welcome.
If I was into it, I probably could figure something out one way or another but-------still doing tutes for now.

~Urlee~


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