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About Oema Resident

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  • Birthday February 27

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    https://virtuality.blog/

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    Italy
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    Second Life® and Art

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  1. "The Cave" by Solkide Auer

    You misunderstood the role of a second life blogger that is generate curiosity so that the reader wants to visit. I record also videos inworld, but many sl users tell that if they watch a video they don't feel the need to visit. (Now that you explained better your point of view, I understand, but before it was not absolutely clear). Also, thinking like you, a second life blog would not have reason to exist. Another time, I don't agree.
  2. "The Cave" by Solkide Auer

    Why you should read the article in Italian if there is an English version? I don't understand.
  3. Yes, these topics are all explained in the article
  4. "The Cave" by Solkide Auer

    I don't agree with you. First of all, did you see the installation in Second Life? How can you tell my images don't give justice to the installation at all?
  5. "The Cave" by Solkide Auer

    Read the article to understand.
  6. "The Cave" by Solkide Auer

    You have to be frank, also because I didn't make that work just kidding, it's a question of taste, of course thanks for commenting
  7. I have not talked about marketing about realism and quite the contrary. I explained the reasons why it is not ethical to modify images that are intended to promote products to be purchased. Realism in SL is desirable when it comes to portraits, profile photos, etc. as in the examples I have listed in the article.
  8. yes, but talking about realism in Second Life I think it is essential to get a good image. The only limitation is that, if we are talking about fashion blog images, it is preferable not to modify them so as not to induce deceptive advertising.
  9. The photographic realism in Second Life®: a question of style. The question may seem provocative, in fact, it’s a question I’ve been thinking about for a few days. In particular, I wonder when it is relevant that there is realism in a portrait of a SL® avatar. [READ ALL]
  10. Sharing some of my Second Life & Sansar Images

    Welcome to ArtByte, Berry :-D
  11. “The Cave” is the latest artistic installation created by Solkide Auer and hosted by LEA19. LEGGI IN ITALIANO It represents an explosion of shapes, lights, colors, and movement. A cohesion of abstract and geometric elements that reflect the author’s “inner face.” [Read all]
  12. Seductions” is the latest artistic installation by Lorys Lane and Aloisio Congrejo hosted by LEA23. The theme of seduction is dealt with through images, urban paths, moving figures and geometric shapes that furnish the space in an enveloping way and inviting the viewer to discover more. READ MORE
  13. Pain unites, this is a thought that I have always held true. It accompanies us throughout life, in a flow of events that alternate with each other making us taste the bittersweet nature of our existence. Pain is the central theme of Nevereux‘s art exhibition, entitled “Out of here,” hosted by the Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery (whose art curator and owner at the same time is Dido Haas). READ MORE
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