M2D Magic Night is another Sansar experience created by Mario2 Helstein.
It’s a beautifully decorated winter night-time scene, where you are standing outside a snow-covered chalet. You can see shooting stars, and you can hear an owl hooting nearby. The snow crunches under your feet as you walk around. It’s lovely!
Mario2 has done a marvelous job with this Christmas-time experience!
Update Dec. 26th: Today our regular casual meetup was held here, and I added a few more shots:
Theanine has put an apple head attachment up for sale in the Sansar Store. But it’s not just any old attachment, as he explains in the product description:
A silly apple-shaped head for your avatar, with a fully rigged face. Animates and moves its mouth and eyes according to your microphone speech. This is THE VERY FIRST rigged head replacement ever made for this platform. (Note: Equip it from the Clothing section in the Lookbook)
Here’s an animated GIF showing the had in action!
I put together this Santa-themed outfit and took these pictures at Aude Adored’s Christmas Night experience.
Vanity Fair is wearing:
Hat: Santa Klaus Christmas Hat Female by Marcus – free
Hair: Short Bob female hairstyle from the default Lookbook hair palette, tinted white
Beard: Santa Klaus Christmas Beard Female by Marcus – free
Dress: Red Blouson Dress by Debi Baskerville – S$50
Boots: Black Sock Boots by Debi Baskerville – S$25
This is the first blogpost in a new series that I’m calling Adventures in Virtual Fashion Design, where I will document my journey to becoming a full-fledged fashion designer in Sansar.
I have a subscription to the CGElves tutorials, and I have worked through the first two tutorials in their Marvelous Designer Intro and Beginners Course. And Debi Baskerville was kind enough to point me to a very useful beginner’s tutorial by Lori Griffiths:
Using the Lori Griffiths tutorial, I was able to create my first garment using Marvelous Designer, a very simple men’s top:
I uploaded my shirt (and a thumbnail image) to Sansar and here is my avatar wearing my new shirt in Lookbook. (I notice that the tiny measurement numbers appeared on this garment by accident. I still have to figure out how to remove those before I export.)
And here I am wearing the first thing that I ever made using Marvelous Designer, in my own experience Ryan’s Garden. I’m so proud of myself! All in all, it took me about three hours from start to finish.
UPDATE 1:31 p.m.: Using Lori’s tutorial I also made my very first article of women’s clothing, a very simple skirt. Here’s what it looks like:
Not bad for an absolute beginner, eh? I have decided to give this skirt away as a freebie on the Sansar Store, as the very first item in my RSVF line of clothing:
UPDATE Dec. 27th: I have decided to take the women’s skirt down off the Sansar Store after only a couple of days. I have learned more about how to use Marvelous Designer, and frankly, I can create a better-looking skirt now! So anyone who did buy this particular skirt, has bought a piece of RSVF fashion history! Maybe you can get it into a museum somewhere 😉