Before It’s Too Late

Skin Fair 2017 is drawing to a close. It finishes on Sunday, March 26th, so if you haven’t been yet, you had better add it to your agenda for the weekend. Even if you have been already, there is never any harm in making one last trip to make sure you haven’t missed something essential.

After you have made your final Skin Fair visit, it will be time for the opening of Uber. Just look at this lovely top from *Just BECAUSE*. It is daring and sexy and sweet at the same time! I am wearing one of the patterns that is exclusive with the purchase of the Fatpack. There are eight floral prints in addition to the standard *JB* pallete, so it is well worth the splash-out.

Please note that Annie has included this note:

Rigging is a very hard process, and when you have two mesh items layered close to each other such as clothing and bodies with different topology, it will never be exact. Alphas help with this and are our friends. However, sometimes, alphas can’t always cover certain areas depending on the mesh item.

Please note that this mesh item was especially hard to rig due to the difficulty of rigging to the shoulders and armpits and not being able to use alphas in those regions. Trying to have mesh lay over the top of the armpits and move without clipping is nearly impossible. Some clipping may occur with certain poses and animations. We have done our very best with rigging this item, but couldn’t make it perfect.

As such we STRONGLY ADVISE trying a FREE demo of this item!

That being said, I have had no problems with the rigging and trust me, I put this top through a LOT of poses today!

You will also want to pick up the Sadie Platforms from fri.day when Shoetopia opens. It opens on the 25th, but as I write this I am not sure if it already open or if it opens later today. I’m afraid I don’t have a SLurl to the event at this time, but I will do my best to update this post when it is available. In the meantime, you can just drool over my shoes (which come with optional over-the-knee socks for Maitreya Lara with a four-colour texture change HUD). *Edit: Link has been added

So, your task for the weekend is to try to get into Uber and Shoetopia after you have visited Skin Fair…before it’s too late.

Pale Girl Productions Logo 1j

Skin Fair Sim 1
Skin Fair Sim 2

Pretty stuff I’m showing off:
*Top: *Just BECAUSE* *JB* Misty Shirt (Fatpack Exclusive Print) by Annie Melson (available at Uber March 25 – April 23)
Skirt: _CandyDoll_Akahana Collection Skirt Maitreya Pale Rose Floral by Jacinda Jaxxon (gacha prize)
*Shoes: fri.day – Sadie Platforms (Sage) by Darling Monday (available at Shoetopia beginning March 25)
Hair: *ARGRACE* TOKIWA by rika Oyen
*Mesh head: CATWA HEAD Lona v2.12 by Catwa Clip (available at Skin Fair 2017 March 10-26)
Mesh body: Maitreya Mesh Body – Lara by Onyx LeShelle
Mesh hands: VISTA PROHANDS FEM V.2FINAL by VistaMesh
*Mesh head applier: *YS&YS* Cherry Tone03 Skin Applier – Catwa Mesh Head by Monicuzza Babenco (available at Skin Fair 2017 through March 26)
Mesh body applier: *YS&YS* Tone 03 Body applier v2.0 for Maitreya by Monicuzza Babenco
Mesh hands applier: *YS&YS* Tone 03 Vista Hands Skin Applier by Monicuzza Babenco

Rock/pose: Amitie Poses – Rocks by BELEN Ackland (available at Shiny Shabby March 2017)

2 thoughts on “Before It’s Too Late

  1. Moz Loordes March 25, 2017 / 10:57 pm

    The designers have to work really hard on the products nowadays, I think they do marvellous things considering we’re all supposed to be amateurs on a social platform game.

    • PeepSideshow Darkward March 25, 2017 / 11:03 pm

      I agree totally. I know there has been some talk about a designer who has put out products that aren’t perfect fit. I admire the skill required to do what they do. I also really appreciate a designer who rectifies a mistake and sends out a corrected product. While it is always a good idea to demo any mesh item before buying, I respect Annie for not only giving this explanation, but for her hard work and talent for being able to create a design that many would have given up on. And as I mentioned, I had no issues whatsoever with it. As any blogger knows, we put our clothes through stress testing every time we try to photograph them; I generally go through a dozen poses or more before settling on the final one, so if a rig is going to fail, I’m going to find it. I found none. And kudos once again to Annie Melson ❤

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