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I Fashion in life the new year is off to a great start for you all. I thought it would be fun to go back and reminisce about the last decade of fashion in Second Life and how it has evolved. As you may know, I joined Second Life in May of and then started blogging about it in December of The first social network I joined with my Second Life avatar was of course flickr and have been sharing my images on there since July of so I thought it would be fun to go back in my stream and make an album of images I shared that represented the state of fashion in Second Life at that time.
Not necessarily just clothing, but skins, hair, jewelry etc… and items that resonated with me, that I really enjoyed wearing. You can click over and check out this album on my flickr, I have around images in it so far: In I recall wearing mainly texture clothing that was painted on to the avatar.
There were also prims and sculpts and flexi pieces that you could attach to enhance your clothing. The mini skirts with the prim in the crotch area, like in my picture, were quite popular back then. In we got mesh so my pictures in the image from are all in mesh clothing.
In we got materials! Materials gave us more shine, bumps, and realistic texturing on our skins and clothing. Now we love playing with the materials sliders on our mesh bodies and heads to get just the right amount of glowing and glistening skin.
In we got fitmesh!
Fitmesh allowed us to deform mesh items using collision bones in order to help us fit them better. Since then we started getting some of the first mesh body releases such as SLink Physique and Maitreya Lara. In we got Bento! Bento gave us additional bones in the Second Life avatar skeleton, which supported both rigging and animation.
Since then not only did we get animated fingers but also bento heads!
With bento heads, not only did we get the ability to modify the looks of our mesh heads, but we also got even better bento animations for them. I also love all of the new bento AOs and dances we have available on the grid now.
Animesh is a new Second Life feature that will allow independent objects to use rigged mesh and animations, just as you see today with mesh avatars. This means that you can now have wild animals, pets, vehicles, scenery features and other objects that play animations!
I hope you enjoyed this walk down memory lane. Feel free to share some of your favorite pictures of items from previous years in the comments of this post.
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