Hello from Midnight in Paris! I’ve always loved France-inspired regions in SL, especially the historical Versailles ones. I also love vibrant and lively cities, and Midnight in Paris nailed it with so much detail. It’s spectacular, check it out.
Hello from my Linden home! My friend Sparkle really helped me spruce up the landscaping, and now it’s the cutest house on the block. Decorating with just 351 land impact and trying to make the exterior lush with landscaping, while leaving enough for interior decor is challenging but very doable! So far, I have only semi-finished decorating 1 out of too many homes. The Traditional is my favorite Bellisseria home theme, what’s yours?
Hello from Reiri! I have always Japanese city sims; they’re always packed full of small shops and photogenic nooks. I like going to replicas of real life places in Second Life, do you?
Now that I have switched my mesh head to Genus, I’m trying out skin brands that I normally don’t wear. I found this Zara skin from PUMEC at The Epiphany. PUMEC skins only have 6 skin tones, so it can be limiting for those who are especially picky about tone. I usually pass them up for this reason, but I thought this face is super cute on me. The skin is made for the Genus Classic head, but I made it work with Baby by pairing it with the Silky Shine lipstick applier from Pink Fuel.
Hello from the SLB16 beach area! I love the terraforming here at this beach, it’s a heart-shaped beach made by combining 6 sims. When I first landed here, I thought these were a preview of the new linden beach homes, got excited, then discovered that it’s not. These beach houses are made by Trompe Loeil and rezzed by Naughty Mole (love the name!).
2019 is the year of softer and better hairlines. I was not a fan of hair bases, cos the textures never lined up right. I am a fan of built in hairlines on the hair itself. Yes! Let’s never go back to hair bases!
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wish I could create my own facial expressions,” when wearing a bento mesh head? Now you can! The AXIS HUD Face from LeLutka is a dream come true for bloggers and photographers. In addition to being great for photos, I also use the HUD to edit my face! How you ask? I’ve always wanted to push the sides of my upper and lower lips inside a bit to create a more pouty shape, and I’m finally able to achieve this with the HUD. It’s a subtle change, that not a lot of people will even notice, but I definitely see a difference!
For LeLutka bento mesh head wearers, there’s no reason not to match your expression to your mood! I don’t know if other mesh heads have a similar system, but this is a game changer. I have always tried to use the built-in expressions in my photos, so my face isn’t always RBF!
Have you tried the LeLutka AXIS HUD Face? Let me know what you think in the comments! I have just started playing with it, so I don’t know how to share or use expressions from others, but I would love to try different ones!