I’ve seen some super sexy poses while I’ve been wandering around during the blogger week of Vintage Fair. Glitterati has always been a staple in my pose folder, so I definitely made sure to pop by their stall, and I wasn’t disappointed.
The Feathered set comes with 10 sexy, feminine poses, but that’s not all. The fans, which are beautifully textured with both regular and scuplted prims, are included! You can buy each pose by itself, but, yanno, why wouldn’t you get ALL of them?
For some reason, I’ve always had a thing for pin-up girl poses. I don’t know what it is! Also at Vintage Fair for Glitterati are these great pin-up poses. Ten flirty, cheeky poses are in the set which, again, you can buy separately or in a full set.
Finally, my last of my Tribeca posts! The one thing that impressed me so much with this bed is the amount of group animations there are. There’s everything from girls’ nights in to adorable family activities. Best thing about it? There’s no poseballs!
The poses are so nice and smooth, and I love when they’re ones I haven’t seen before. It’s such a breath of fresh air to see something different. My favourite are definitely the friend poses. Very goofy and just fun to watch.
And a big thank you to Charisma, Kaelyn, and Bouncer for helping me with this!
A new round of Fluid is coming in a few short days (August 1st) with a versatile theme of At The Movies. The subcategories (action, comedy, drama) offer some great ideas and what I hope to be a hilarious opportunities for photoshoots.
The Matrix has got to be one of my favourite movies. Anytime I see it on TV, I drop what I’m doing and eagerly sit down to watch, so when I got a sneak peek of Bent’s item, I just about squealed.
The Cyber Matrix prop comes with 10 great poses, perfect for any sci-fi inspired photography; doesn’t just have to be Matrix even though there’s some instantly recognizable poses straight from the movie.
Today, I’m going to give you a better peek at the Tribeca bed. Yesterday, I introduced it and gave you a glimpse at the insane amount of texture options, but today, I’m going to delve into the animations.
I first saw The Loft use sequences in the Wareham chairs, and I was pretty impressed with that, but the sequences in the bed.. Man, Colleen has certainly outdone herself this time!
There’s four sequences, two of them female (chatty phone time and painting your nails) and two moderately unisex ones (exercising and sleeping). I love the idea of this. In real life, we don’t sit static doing one motion over and over again. We get restless, move around, change positions, and I love when that realism is brought into SL.
I wasn’t going to post this today, but since I’m the idiot who bit off more than she could chew.. You know how these things work. Anyway, another peek at Bent’s stuff for Vintage Fair!
The L’Ookbook Boutique Prop is a great collaboration between Cat and Keira Seerose (CHIC Management CEO). It’s a beautiful bay windowed store front with a door off to the side, not that you can see it in my picture or anything.
This is a great prop for fashion bloggers. It allows you to do multiple looks in one picture, and in a super creative way that needs only minimal editing. There’s eleven poses, ranging from different spots in the display window, or saucy poses in the door frame.