The Importance of Dreams

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“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”
C.S. Lewis

I have a dream, and now that the Fashion Release of Sansar has happened, I want to share my dream with you, my blog readers.

My dream is to become a fashion designer for virtual worlds.

I first put my toe in the water back in the Cloud Party days, when I tried my hand at making clothing for male and female avatars in that virtual world, using a student version of Maya. I’m afraid I wasn’t very skilled at it, but I did teach myself enough to make a few garments. These pictures of my creations are from my now-closed blog, the Cloud Party Bugle:

That was back in 2012. When Yahoo! bought out Cloud Party and the virtual world closed its doors, I put that dream aside. I did fiddle with retexturing clothing in Second Life, but I never took it very seriously.

But when I first heard about Marvelous Designer, and saw what the software could do, I became excited. And now that Linden Lab has announced the integration of MD with Sansar, the time has finally come for me to pursue my dream in earnest.

So—before I even start making clothing—I want to declare the launch of my first (well, technically, second) virtual fashion brand!

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RSVF stands for Ryan Schultz Virtual Fashion (it also stands for Ryan Schultz/Vanity Fair, my female “supermodel” alt which I have carried over from Second Life to Sansar). And I plan to document every step as I work my way up the learning curve, here on the Sansar Newsblog, just as I did back in the Cloud Party days.

I think it’s important to have dreams. And now is the time for me to follow mine. Please wish me luck!

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