Dinosaur Avatar Made of Mesh & Based on Expert Drawings Has All the Animations You Need to Roleplay a T Rex in SL
Here's the thing: Why be a human avatar dancing in a Second Life nightclub, when you can be an anatomically accurate Tyrannosaurus Rex gnawing on creatures in a steaming pre-historic plain? Seriously, yes:
Created by Chris Ferguson, it purports to be a full mesh avatar based on the skeletal drawings of Scott Hartman, whose dinosaur art has been featured on the Discovery Channel and such. And this isn't just an avatar which looks like a T Rex, because it comes with a heads-up display to help you be one in Second Life, too:
All-new single attachment HUD control with 24 action buttons, preloader for sounds and animations, help and options. Roar, fight, eat, drink, poop, sleep, build nests, lay eggs, play dead, and enjoy Second Life as a living, breathing dinosaur!
Click here to teleport to a sim called Fort Nowhere, where your journey to become a T Rex begins. Once you get that, I suggest buying some robot arm attachments too, so you're not stuck waving around T Rex's teeny tiny baby hands.
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