!!NEW!! Caster Inc – FULL PERM Mesh Neveah Dress

!!NEW!! Caster Inc – FULL PERM Mesh Neveah Dress

CLICK HERE TO TRY FREE DEMO

[BASIC VERSION]
TGA & PSD
1200L

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[FULL VERSION]
TGA/PSD/DAE/OBJ
1800L

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AngelRED – Marvelous Designer Build Models Beginner Package

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Marvelous Designer is an amazing tool for mesh creation and once you have learned the program you will be able to create wonderful mesh clothing on 
the fly! Marvelous Designer is used by many big names in the gaming, film and fashion industries such as Bethesda, EA, Capcom, Blizzard, Sony, 
UBISOFT, Microsoft and many more!

Some people in SL have a tendency to look down on those who use Marvelous Designer for mesh creation for SecondLife. I am here to change that. I believe marvelous designer is a much more practical way of creating mesh clothing rather than building from scratch in a 3D program.

Marvelous Designer is faster, easier, and less of a headache. As a busy business owner fast and less of a headache is always appreciated!

I say, if it’s good enough for BIG names in the gaming industry, shouldn’t it be good enough for SecondLife too?

Many have asked for these models and here they are! These SL Building Models are FREE for the use of building mesh clothing for Second Life in Marvelous Designer.

You Will Receive: 
A notecard with a Download Link!

Your download Will Include 
4 OBJ Files 
1 Standard Size Small Female T-Pose 
1 Standard Size Small Female Low Arm Pose 
1 Standard Size Medium Male T-Pose 
1 Standard Size Medium Male Low Arm Pose 
1 Information & Tutorial Links Document

Hope this helps those who have been fighting to make the Standard Size models work in Marvelous Designer and those who are wanting to get started making mesh in Marvelous Designer. Good Luck! ❤

How To Easily Texture A Skirt Prim in SecondLife

Music By: METRIC

SecondLife Clothing By: Lexi Zelin (AngelRED Couture™)
angelredcouture.com

I’ve had many ask me why I do not have skirt prim PSD files in many of my kits. Well, because you don’t need it! I made this video to show those who need a lil help with texturing their skirt prims how I create a perfect matching texture for my skirt prims. I hope this helps those who need it. 🙂

For those who say “Lexi your TOO FAST!!” Well here’s what you do. Use the TGA/PNG file for the bottom of the dress you are working on and bring it into your graphics program. (I’m using Paintshop Pro 8 in the video) Use the rectangle selection tool to select the part that is missing in world. do this for both your front and back. Then save those textures as tga/png’s and bring them into SL. then slap them on your prims! You may need to change the texture properties in world a bit to get your prim to match how you want.

Those using a pre-created PSD file, like what I sell in my full perm packs, make sure you hide all background layers, then merge VISIBLE (merging flatten will not leave the bottom of the skirt prim transparent which is what you want if you want it to match perfectly on the bottom) once you merge your layers you can then do what I wrote above.

AngelRED – Crave Jean Shorts Speed Creation [Part 1]

Programs used: PaintShop Pro, Photoshop CS6, Base shape created in Inkscape
Laptop Finger Pad & Bamboo Wacom Tablet Used

A speed creation video showing how to create realistic looking jean shorts in SecondLife
All Designing and Avatar are owned by AngelRED Couture/ Lexi Zelin

AngelRED – Crave Jean Shorts Speed Creation [Part 2]

Programs used: PaintShop Pro, Photoshop CS6, Base shape created in Inkscape
Laptop Finger Pad & Bamboo Wacom Tablet Used

A speed creation video showing how to create realistic looking jean shorts in SecondLife
All Designing and Avatar are owned by AngelRED Couture/ Lexi Zelin

AngelRED – Crave Jean Shorts Speed Creation [Part 3]

Programs used: PaintShop Pro, Photoshop CS6, Base shape created in Inkscape
Laptop Finger Pad & Bamboo Wacom Tablet Used

A speed creation video showing how to create realistic looking jean shorts in SecondLife
All Designing and Avatar are owned by AngelRED Couture/ Lexi Zelin