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Clothing Tutorials

Clothing Tutorials
From Second Life Wiki Second Life Wiki > Creation > Clothing Tutorials This page links to tools & tutorials for making clothing and skins Please add your fave tuts, remove obviated bits, and improve the usefulness of this resource! General Linden body and clothing templates, for eyes, head, face, hair, upper and lower body, skirt; templates as TGA with instructions as PDF; 7 MB Chip Midnight's improved clothing templates, ZIP of 512x512 PSD files for head, upper and lower body, skirt; 10.7 MB Second Life avatar meshes in .obj and .cr2 format, includes assets to preview the avatar in Poser, SLCP, Photoshop Extended, etc. Higher Resolution Clothing & Skin Templates - By Chip Midnight. Also see The Theory of Second Life Skin and Clothing. Cassie Clowes Clothing Videos - By Cassie Clowes. See also

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Jass-2 home « Documentation: Jass-2 contains software from blender, Domino Designs and python. The official documentation of these tools is also valid for Jass-2. More detailed informations about how to use Jass for sculptie creations can be found in our video tutorial section (also available from the Help -> Tutorials Menu inside Jass). Further information about sculpties can be found in the SL-wiki Copyright note Blender 3D: Noob to Pro You are strongly encouraged (read as begged) to contribute to this book! There are many things you can do to help: edit existing modules (to correct errors, improve the writing, or make additions)add new modules (tutorials or reference material)upload new images (screen shots or sample renders)join the team responsible for this WikiBook How to Edit a Module To edit any wiki page (including this one):

The Content Creator’s Supplementary Guide to Business in SL Quick note: this article was written in 2009 and is long overdue for an update. That in mind, however, I think a lot of the principles are still sound, and I hope you think so too. Enjoy. –ME How to Use the Robin (Sojourner) Wood T-shirt Template tutorial - © Robin Wood 2009 <p class="noScript">I notice you have Javascript turned off. Unless you did that to print, the page is more fun if you turn it on. Thanks! What is Sculpt Studio? - TAMA Products Sculpt Studio is a high-end inworld sculpting tool created by TheBlack Box. It gives you the ability to create a specialized mesh that conforms to the standards that Second Life has placed on the prim building box type known as Sculpted while using SL-prim-building-skills. Through intricate scripting, you are given the capacity to do, with the use of scripted prims, what could only be accomplished by an external 3D program. A network of menus, triggered by touching various parts of Sculpt Studio, allow you to initiate commands or go to nested menus that help you refine your command. Sculpt Studio comes with a set of ready-made models in it's REZ SLICES category, CLASSICS. The pre-made slice set-ups are great to study and some can serve as bases where, with some manipulation, can be made into other objects (Bowl->Hat).

Denim Jeans Tutorial using The GIMP « Random Ramblings, Tip & Tricks This is an adaptation of “Creating Denim in GIMP by *fence-post” from DeviantArt. I’ve changed it so it is relevant to texture creation in Second Life. But I encourage you to read or bookmark the original tutorial as well. This is a pretty advanced tutorial… It’s not recommended for anyone new to The GIMP, or to clothing creation. However, if you understand the basics of GIMP and the templates, this could be *just* the thing you are searching for to really bring your creations to life. The principles can be applied to ALL you future creations and you will probably benefit greatly from learning some of this stuff.

Clothing Templates For SL This guide is a quick introduction providing an overview of the basics when starting to make clothes and starting your fashion store in Second Life. Avatar UV Template The avatar UV template is one of the most essential tools for clothes creators that you’ll be using all the time. It is basically a “map” showing where the flat texture is going to projected onto the avatar when worn, so when using the UV map, imagine the 2D clothing texture being wrapped around the 3D avatar. There are three parts of the Avatar UV Template, the Upper, Lower and Head. Here are links to two versions of the Avatar UV Map: Guide to Making SL Clothing Many of the clothing creation tutorials that you’ll find on the Internet are getting a little dated, and there are a number of new techniques that are helpful. Before writing the following tutorials, I spent considerable time researching the topics to uncover the latest information. (If I’ve missed something, let me know.)

Sculptcrafter inworld sculptor, free version available too! This is the full version of SculptCrafter (feel free to also get the free version in the 3DBuildEasy or the Ferox sandbox). Theoretically you can stay with the Free version and make free sculpts in ny sandboxes for life . But we know you will be so happy and buy it anyway). Even as a Freebie user you have access to our community. New Jeans for Second Life™ I've had Good Jeans in Second Life for some time, but lately people have been asking if they could have them without the heavy embroidery on the back pockets. Since I made some for myself like that (I didn't care for the embroidery with the Hawaiian shirts) I thought I'd go ahead and make them for everyone. After all, Hawaiian shirt season is coming up! So I made a batch, in the same colors as the Good Jeans, called Plain Pocket Jeans.