Tweaking Juliette


Never thought I could improve on my idealized version of female beauty as exressed in Juliette, the charming young lady who models for all of my paintings; after all, she has been Juliette for at least a year and I haven’t come across any flaws in a long, long time. Beauty, of course, is said to be in the eye of the beholder, but few would argue with the uncanny beauty she possesses, even though she is an avatar.┬áToday, though, since my brain was in recharge mode and couldn’t handle any complex tasks, I was doing menial virtual tasks, and while combing through her inventory I came across a few skin demos that I didn’t know she had. To fill some time as well as jettison some unwanted items, I had her try on the demos. Looky, looky, looky. What have we here?

As one of those skins began to rez, I could sense her mounting excitement. By the time it was finished, she was positively glowing. I stood back in amazement. She was stunning; even more beautiful than she was before… and the skin was much finer, with higher resolution, more detail… in short, it seemed far more natural, and really brought a new Juliette into being. The skin was then purchased, as seen above, at Belezza. I won’t tell you which one, though (trade secrets, ya know), but I will tell you this much: it is all in the right combination of shape and skin, and they are made by two different vendors. One more secret… the shape must be modifiable, and the beauty begins to appear when you make the adjustments. Just follow your instincts.

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2 Responses to Tweaking Juliette

  1. Seraphine says:

    you’re right, juliette is beautiful.
    and all shapes need to be modifiable. i learned that the hard way. i won’t buy one that isn’t. as you say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  2. Chrome says:

    thank you, seraphine…
    juliette will be tickled pink (#5) when I pass your comments on to her – she is a huge fan of your online comic, Encore Seraphine… why, she even went out and bought a pair of glasses suspiciously like yours recently. :-)

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