Taking a detour from imaginary or real-world species, Tokushi ventured into an ancient religion. Anubis, Egyptian God of the afterlife is brought to Second Life with Tokushi’s style. Decked out with numerous Ancient Egyptian clothing and accessories, we’ll take a … Continue reading
In this review we discuss one of Kinzart Kreetures’ earlier offerings; their interpretation and re-rendering of one of the most exotic of big cats. This avatar recreates the striped cat with a brooding, yet regal presence. Here, the Tiger takes … Continue reading
Before their Sugar Gliders, Anubis, and even the Wildehound, Tokushi had entered the market with not a cover of an already-existing species, but a made-up one. In this review we take a look at an av company’s humble beginnings with … Continue reading
Released during February 2009, Kinzart Kreetures’ Western Dragon was their main-grid foray into the reptilian kind. Contrasting heavily with their later Eastern and Northern Dragons, SLARF takes a look back at this interpretation of a Draconic beast.
After releasing the anthropomorphicised Qwhilla, Tokushi opted to give a four-legged, ‘feral’ version of the avatar a try. The result is an avatar that takes much of the qualities and characteristics of the larger, anthro Qwhilla into a far smaller … Continue reading
Rez Fantazy, with their Kirin avatar have moved to new territory; rather than doing conventionally furred animals based in reality; we see a more fictional creature that has been brought forth from the imagination. This is Rez Fantazy’s 5th avatar, … Continue reading
EXL presents a Doberman avatar, which is basically a fairly popular rehash and recolour of their wolf avatar. Most of the time, users make these kinds of edits themselves, but sometimes, creators will modify one avatar into another for users. … Continue reading
The sixth in their lineup, and a first for Tokushi to venture into a popular species that numerous other creators have recreated, the Tokushi Dragon avatar faces a challenge to set itself apart in an increasingly competitive market. In this … Continue reading
SLARF is pleased to cover an avatar from other categories we hope to get into more often. In this review we have the opportunity to cover a unique, 6-limbed, fuzzy alien-creature. Complete with its own back-story, this avatar joins the … Continue reading
Released for Halloween 2009, the Kinzart bat has provided a new rendition of the iconic flying rodent. Meant to be used as both a Leafed-Nose Bat or a Flying Fox Bat, this particular avatar shows off a few new features … Continue reading
The Tokushi Hellhound is a Limited Edition avatar that uses some parts from other avatars, but includes a multitude of other tweaks and additions to create a wholly new character. Available shortly after Halloween 2009, this avatar is only available … Continue reading
The Lupan is Rez-Fantazy’s fourth avatar to the market. With obvious wolf influences, this creature is decidedly close to an interpretation to a werewolf. In this review, we re-visit the creator’s progress as they continually try to improve.