Dark As Ink

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Tag: Paper Couture

Sunshine In An Empty Place

DAI010Some people might disagree, but being a noob has its upsides. I feel like anyone who is joining  right now is getting some of  the best of what SL has to offer. I couldn’t imagine what it must have been like for those who’ve been around 5 years +, having to use prims, and here I am, with 90% mesh items in my inventory. Not that prims doesn’t have its benefits, and mesh definitely has its kinks, but it’s pretty awesome the possibilities that SL has to offer. New round of Collabor88 items are available, and I think this one has been my favorite to date. Everyone is getting ready for the fall, and this new jacket from House of Fox is lovely. I got it in blue and paired it with this great print dress from Emery. I also have to say a huge thank you to Bibs, who gave me the landmark to this awesome store. She was such a sweetheart to talk to. Although, not sure my pockets are saying thanks… haha.

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Can You Still See The Heart Of Me


As much as I would like to set a time to post on this blog, I don’t want to force any creativity on my part, and I was not feeling it all this past week. Instead I just felt drained out by the end of it. I’ve also realized I’m just as bad in SL as I am in RL when deciding what to wear. I knew I wanted to use the Teawood prefab made for the Four Walls Hunt, which is still going on now. Lots of goodies and all of the items are easy to find. I don’t know about you, but I give up on hunts when I can’t find what I’m looking for. Hunts should be fun not frustrating. <<end tiny rant>>

I changed the textures to this dark/black wood texture by inSight  Designs Textures, who also have something in the hunt. Instantly set this dark mood for me, and I sifted through my windlight settings and settled on this slightly foggy/misty one. If you guys don’t know by now, I edit all of my images in PicMonkey and Photoshop, so the colors won’t be exact, personal preference is all.

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