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Thursday, March 12, 2009


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Terry Toland

Voshie is also the owner/manager of Nocturne Modelling Agency (http://www.nocturnemodelling.com/). And while the HUD looks complicated, so does the SL platform initially (my mom still thinks it is). It's all a matter of becoming familiar with the tools and procedures.

CronoCloud Creeggan

Weirdly enough, I did find the one time I did runway modeling in SL to be similar to being a healer in MMORPG's. Hitting your mark, following cues and instructions, being aware of the situation (if someone in front of you is having issues) A rather interesting experience overall.

Voshie Paine

Wow thanks for picking this up! :D And while the hud seems complicated, it's not so bad when you get used to it, it's just a bit HUGE lol. Also just wanted to clarify one point, I'm no longer manager of Crimson Shadow, that would be Dreams Lightcloud <33 Again thanks! :D

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