Anu is a sprawling, sunset-light Sansar experience created by AnuAmun. It is a curious mix of the modern and the ancient.
Off the in distance, there appears to be a highway leading to a massive construction site.
It is all very mysterious. What is this place, with all its ancient statuary and massive ornamental buildings?
Well, now that I’ve got the whole T-shirt making procedure down pat, it’s time to start cranking the printing presses…
…hmm, maybe I’ll make dozens and dozens of similar-looking mesh objects, and make each one a different primary colour….and fill up the Sansar Store with them!! *evil laugh* *rubs hands*
(Picture taken at Learn to Create Materials, by Azriel Drumheller.)
(Some background if you didn’t get the joke.)
Well, today I spent quite a few hours trying to make a “simple” men’s T-shirt, and learning from my mistakes along the way. My first design had the sleeves as part of the T-shirt body itself, and it looked like this:
But when I wore it in-world, I would get holes where my upper arms poked through, and no amount of adjusting the fabric in Lookbook would fix the problem.
I reported the problem to the Fashion channel on the official Sansar Discord server, and one person said:
So I gave up on that design and looked around for a T-shirt pattern with separate pieces for the sleeves. I found this very useful tutorial on YouTube, and I followed it:
And I solved my underarm problem! But then I came across another problem. My T-shirt looked fine in the Marvelous Designer preview window:
But when I wore it in Sansar, I got these ugly silvery seams everywhere!
Again, I appealed for help on the Fashion channel, and I searched for and found something that Agustine had recommended as a way to get rid of seams: Disable the Show Internal Lines feature in the 3-D avatar display.
And I finally got it to work! Here’s what my T-shirt looks like now: