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  1. So, here is another product I recently released inside Second Life. Everybody knows it on AD picture. Let me show you here unedited version. I'm actually going backwards with my creations, because I started with newest product. I guess it doesn't matter anyway Hope you like it. In case you're wondering, I used Mesh head by Catwa and mesh body by Maitreya. Two products I'm working with while skin making. The skin below is called "Hope". I made it for my very first big event. You can know the event by name "Skin Fair" (A yearly event in Second Life. Month, when all skin makers around SL work their asses off to prepare the best shopping experience :D). The name Hope is because I was really hoping, people will like it! The second skin is Lucy, another piece I created for Skin Fair.
  2. Check out the Art Installations on the LEA sims in Second Life, details on my blog: https://strawberrysingh.com/2018/06/17/art-installations-at-lea-sims
  3. Hello :)

    Hello everyone, This morning after reading a blog post from Strawberrysingh, a Second Life Blogger, I thought to myself that I really had to join ArtByte and see how it is. So here I am, curious and excited to learn how this all works. It all looks very interesting and a great way to share your creations. I am a Second Life Blogger that wishes to share my posts but besides that, I love writing and will be sharing that too. Perhaps even short stories in combination with Second Life Photography or just digital paintings. I really hope to meet nice people not only with similar interests and I am looking forward to seeing what other artists share, to learn new things and to be more active in my craft while also improving it. I wish you all a great weekend!
  4. Hello from a Virtual World Explorer!

    Hello everyone, I am new to ArtByte so was encouraged to introduce myself here. I am a long time virtual world resident, mainly in Second Life and recently got into Sansar as well. I love taking pictures in these worlds and sharing my digital art on my blog and social networks. Here are some more links to my blog and social media, where I share more of my images: https://StrawberrySingh.com https://www.flickr.com/photos/strawberrysingh https://www.instagram.com/strawberrysinghvr https://twitter.com/strawberrysingh And my YouTube for my videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/strawberrysingh22 I hope you guys like. Thank you.
  5. 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]
  6. 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
  7. One of my blog images from today, thought I'd share it here as well. You can get my full style details to put together a look like this in Second Life yourself, on my blog: https://strawberrysingh.com/2018/05/23/laq-leia-bento-head
  8. Since I faced some sarcastic comments about my work. I wanted to show you, how Second Life skins are made. If you say "SKIN" in Second Life, that DOESN'T mean only the skin color of the character. SL skin is literally a virtual skin with every detail you see - lips, eyes, eyebrows, nails, nose, nipples, shading, everything you see on the outside of the avatar except hair and clothes. These are made separately. This is basic template. You have to paint entire skin layer on that in 3D software on mesh model or in Photoshop. It doesn't really matter which way you do that. So, before you do another sarcastic comment "Oh wow, skin color! That must be really hard to make!" make sure you know something about that, please. Because yeah, it actually requires alot of patience and time. This is the character with basic templates and without Skin.
  9. After a few days of absence from blogging (for Real Life reasons), I return to my exploration of human creativity in virtual worlds. In fact, one of my favorite activities is to visit the latest artistical innovations. This time I immerse myself in the creative mind of Megan Prumier who gave life to an art installation entitled “Contact” related to G.B.T.H. (Grab By The Horns) Project. READ ALL IN ENGLISH
  10. So, in previous post i introduced you to my new skin Dottie I'm preparing for the Vintage fair. I made some improvements since then. For example eyebrows. I dare to say they look more realistic right now. I was aiming for so called ombre effect and I think I get that pretty great. Now, a little sneak peak for the retro make-up. It's far from finished and I could remake it 10 times before it'll be released. I think I'm gonna keep those eyeliners, though, haha! Preview If you don't know Second Life and You cannot imagine what Skin-making is in there, please, read this post below.
  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. I've been a resident of Second Life for just over eleven years, experimenting with many of the artistic opportunities and possibilities freely available to all members of the community. Building, landscaping, reading in Voice..........and in the last four years I have become a digital image maker too. Creating images within Second Life has been my most rewarding past-time by far. The ability to change one's avatar - become a character from history, from Art or simply to tell a visual story, or merely to present a 'pretty picture', is limited only by my own creativity and imagination. It's liberating and very compulsive! Here is a link to my Flickr stream:- https://www.flickr.com/photos/boudiccaamat/ .....I hope you might find something there of interest...and if not - thank you for taking the time to look!
  13. Hello everyone, I am a long time virtual world resident, mainly in Second Life and recently got into Sansar as well. I love taking pictures in these worlds and sharing my digital art on my blog and social networks. Today I also wrote about Artbyte a bit. I would love more information about ArtByte, if you'd like to share with me, here's the link: https://strawberrysingh.com/2018/05/10/artbyte/ Here are some more links to my blog and social media, where I share more of my images: https://StrawberrySingh.com https://www.flickr.com/photos/strawberrysingh https://www.instagram.com/strawberrysinghvr https://twitter.com/strawberrysingh And my YouTube for my videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/strawberrysingh22 I hope you guys like. Thank you.
  14. So, here goes nothing. If you wanna know everything about my brand Spicy, you can visit my website here - https://spicybodyshop.com/ My Flickr https://www.flickr.com/gp/veronika_beningborough/B9303k. And Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SpicyBodyshop/ As much as I love to bring my pictures to perfection. I decided I'll be sharing mostly "raw" images of my creations , for you to see how it really looks unedited. So, Image below is something I've been preparing for a few weeks now. Not that it's too hard to make, well obviously it's pain in the ass sometimes, but I've been 1) lazy 2) RL busy. What I'm preparing is a female skin called "Dottie". It'll be exclusive item for Vintage fair, an event in Second Life, that you can visit every year. I hope you like her!
  15. The Dixmix Art Gallery is an artist living room that I have appreciated and frequented for about two years. The Gallery is owned by Megan Prumier and by Dixmix Source, whose name it bears. The building is exquisite and holds three spaces for three different art galleries. In particular, they are the “Grey Gallery,” the “Black Gallery” and the “White Gallery.” [ Read more]
  16. 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
  17. Hi all, Would like to say hi, to all of you.. Last week I was invited to come join ArtByte, and I am wow'ed ..such great intiative.. I won this weeks Artist Showcase, and I feel honored of course... Thanks so much! I am since 2007 a photographer in a virtual world, called SecondLife... It's in the first place a hobby, but truly keeps me very busy though, which I so love.. I enjoy editing raw snaps in photoshop, for clients (people who play inworld secondlife) and making little art works for them.. its a true passion.... Looking forward to go explore ArtByte, cause there i still so much I dont know about.. Wishing you all a beautiful day My wallet: AQtcgAuniEM5u9WrhwEBNdLibir9BYgSwF
  18. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winners is Skip Staheli, a photographer working in virtual worlds. His work is currently showing in the Paris Metro Gallery in Second Life. He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week in ArtByte's 150,000+ social media! The Paris Metro Art Gallery is hosting a series of various images of the artist, and in particular, those placed on the ground floor, are relevant to the winter season. See more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  19. Skip Staheli is a legend in the world of photography in Second Life®.Like many photographers of the Linden Lab® virtual environment, it begins for fun, taking advantage of his graphic skills to explore the possibilities that virtual photography has to offer.From the very beginning, he is in high demand, at first from friends and friends of friends, then from designers for advertising purposes. The result is a real career as a virtual photographer that makes him every day very busy in image processing. [Read more]
  20. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is Oema Resident, a blogger, vlogger, and photographer in the virtual worlds Second Life and Sansar. She is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured throughout ArtByte's social media this week. You can see more of her work and get the link to her blog & YouTube here on the ArtByte Forum
  21. he Nitroglobus Roof Art Gallery is hosting in these days the images of Clarissa Congrejo, a photographer known in Second Life® for years.The images of Clarissa have a significant following on Flickr and are commented on and added to favorites by hundreds of users.Clarissa, born as a photographer, has subsequently developed the passion for creating poses, useful for photographers themselves. [Read More] https://virtuality.blog/2018/03/23/faces-by-clarissa-congrejo/
  22. Hello from Second Life® :)

    Hello everyone, I am an artist and a traveler around art places within the Second Life® virtual world. I like to share with you my experiences and to let you know how, also in a virtual world, it's possible to find great and interesting artists. happy to be part of this nice community
  23. Tonight we talk about Mistero Hifeng, and as I publish my posts also in the forum of ArtByte dedicated to the artists of the virtual world, it is appropriate that I introduce him. Mistero Hifeng has been decorating the Second Life® sims for years with his sweet and exciting art. Read Blog Post Machinima
  24. “Tell me a story” it is the latest and immersive art installation by Meilo Minotaur. It is intricate work that combines images, working environment and sculptures. The artist’s idea, explained in the explanatory notecard, is to engage the visitor and asked him to play the active role of the narrator of a story. In fact, the installation composed of different areas, each one in its right, with distinctive personalities. Everything blends perfectly. [Read more]
  25. The artistic installation by Maddy Schimitzau and Ciottolina Xue draws to a close. I think I’m not wrong in saying that it was a beautiful present that these two artists have done: emotions, metaphorical meanings and food for thought about the dream, always fascinating topic of conversation and study.I recorded a video, to future memory, of this suggestive artistic installation, playing between music and images. I hope you thrills you, as it has excited me doing it.
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