Ever since it was first announced prior to Easter, there has been a fair amount of bubbling anticipation in the DSD group for the release of the Dark Spot Designs Rabbit. Making use of rigged and non-rigged mesh, and with … Continue reading
DSD brings us their interpretation of a well-loved yet surprisingly uncommon creature, the deer. With additional pieces to turn this cervine into a gazelle too, we take apart this feature-rammed avatar package.
Today, we welcome Jian Alcott in her SLARF debut review! A favoured pet of Salvador Dali and native to Southern and Central America, these dwarven leopards are not to be taken lightly, though small in stature, they’re known to be … Continue reading
Dark Spot Designs recently released an updated of their Fennec Fox. It’s been a few years and several avatars between the old Fennec and the new, meaning that this latest update shows how far that the creator has come.
Recently, Dark Spot Designs decided to venture back into the realm of vulpines with the release of this Red Fox-based avatar. This avatar comes not only with normal-ish red fox colours, but a full plethora of bright shades and hues.
A few years ago, one of the first avatars that Dark Spot Designs released was their Cheetah. Right afterwards, they released their Wolf avatar, of which they have already updated. In this review, we take a look at their revamped … Continue reading
Dark Spot Designs continues their line of avatars with their new Civet. Civets are rather curious, but interesting animals, whether we’re talking about how partially digested coffee beans from Civets sell for thousands of dollars, or their distinctive fur. In … Continue reading
Dark Spot Designs recently gave their wolf an update; much to the point that the avatar could be considered brand new. As such, we’ve written a new review to re-visit DSD’s style tweaks and evolution as an avatar creator.
Switching gears, Dark Spot Designs releases the next avatar in their line of species. This time, they revisit the feline line of animals, approaching the King of the jungle with their own interpretation. With a few new design tricks added … Continue reading