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- Skin: Redgrave - Tyler Pale 04 Goatee
- Eyes: MADesign - Eyes Broken
- Hair: Exile - Thidal
- Necklace: Rozoregalia - Gemma Necklace
- Watche: BLITZED – Legacy watch – black
- Shoes: Hoorenbeek -All Star – Hi Top 2.0 Used – White
- Shorts: FLOW- Bordshort KS PLAIN red
- Picture: Dii McKeenan
NB: Modified picture – Items may not appear as they do in Second Life.
Fresh from Egoisme, the premier skin and shape brand in Second Life arrives a revolutionary new range of skins called ‘Bad Boy’.
This line of skins is the most realistic ever seen inworld, and has taken months of development time to create.
Featuring HDG (High Definition Grid) technology, these skins are ultra-detailed, and look incredibly life life-even when you zoom in close…you can even see the pores!
‘Davide’ is the very first skin and shape to be released in this new line, and he is the most sensual and erotically charged skin ever released by Egoisme.
This is a classically beautiful man, with razor sharp cheekbones, a voluptuous pout, super toned torso, rippling abdominals and sharply defined pectorals-this is one lean, mean, sex machine!
Teleport to Egoisme !
Glamour and emotive, Axel is the stunning guy you want to become, sensual shape deep and sad eyes, soft silky skin to caress everyday.
Axel is created by Brox Riaxik, one of the greatest skin designers of Second Life and now part of Egoisme Limited!
Skin tones options !!!
With and without FRECKLES !!!
Teleport to EGOISME !
Second Life Photography Tutorials – smudge – by Katey Coppola ! Enjoy = )
Second Life Photography Tutorials – liquify – by Katey Coppola ! Enjoy = )
Protecting Second Life users’ privacy and security is a priority, and today, we’ve made some changes to our Policy on Third Party Viewers to strengthen those protections for all users (Section 2.a.iii, 2.i, 2.j).
We’ve also updated the policy to be clearer about the sorts of innovations that developers should work on for their particular Viewers (Section 2.k), and which they should work on in partnership with Linden Lab for all of Second Life. This is so that we can avoid the problems that result when a Viewer changes the way elements of Second Life are defined or how they behave, in such a way that users on other Viewers don’t experience the same virtual reality.
Here are the new sections of the policy:
1- You must not provide any feature that circumvents any privacy protection option made available through a Linden Lab viewer or any Second Life service.
2 – You must not display any information regarding the computer system, software, or network connection of any other Second Life user.
4 - You must not include any information regarding the computer system, software, or network connection of the user in any messages sent to other viewers, except when explicitly elected by the user of your viewer.
3 - You must not provide any feature that alters the shared experience of the virtual world in any way not provided by or accessible to users of the latest released Linden Lab viewer.
We encourage Third Party Developers to continue innovating with unique user interfaces, niche features, and ways of interacting with the virtual world, and we look forward to working in partnership with developers on ideas they have for new or improved shared experiences for all of Second Life. We want to incorporate more innovative new features into Second Life to improve the experience for all users, and we encourage TPV developers to submit proposals through our standard process.
Original notice HERE.