Project A-cup. A shape with little breasts:
Cleavage decreaser: Redgrave
Hands, Feet: Slink
Hair: Exile (not available in this form)
Mouth: Old Embryo Freebie
Dear Content Creators,
Can we please stop with the no modify clothes? I had an incident in the last days where the permissions were not visible in ANY WAY. Hanging your items on coat hangers like in a real shop is cool, but please have the courtesy to inform your clients what permissions they have. You can do that with writing the information somewhere on the vendor or when you let them “buy” the item instead of using the “pay” option. With the buy option you see, what permissions your item has. With “pay” not. Everything else is just not fair. Nobody wants to buy a pig in a poke.
Ok time is up, next pain:
Resize scripts DON’T make an item modifieable…just scaleable. Resize scripts make only sense in some sort of items. Jewelry, shoes, some hair styles, clothes with tons of little pieces like some silks. They should be a help and service for your clients and ADDITIONAL to modifying rights…if they are used as a DRM tool – and an excuse to sell no modify clothes these days, you’re doing it WRONG. Seriously, I can’t count the times, where I bought a neutral looking dress, planning to tint it, stretch some prims, then realizing that it isn’t possible because it’s full of resize scripts or the clothes layers are no modify. And you sell it for modify. Oh Puhlease! As if no modify items will stop a copybotter. This behaviour is exactly one of the reasons, why people rip your stuff. Not all rippers are malevolent assholes, i know enough people that rip clothes and skins they bought, because they miss the freedom to make a bought item really their own. It’s similar to the actual discussion going around the intertubes about creativity and copyright in da digital age. How much should a design belong to a Creator, how much should a designer influence the creativity of his customers. My opinion is, a designer should always try to enhance the inworld experience for his clients. In a virtual world, where individuality is hard to obtain, selling modifieable items is like selling a bit of freedom. Think about that.
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