Kinzart have revamped and updated what was once a custom avatar for a resident on the grid to bring us a solid, detailed interpretation of the world’s largest living reptiles; aligators and crocodiles.
After creating a Northern, a Southern, an Eastern, a Western, and both a Day and a Night Dragon, it’s a little surprising, (yet logical), that Kinzart would release a Central Dragon. We’ll cover it in this review.
The latest avatar from Kinzart adds to the collection of dragon avatars that the creator has forged in the past few years. This one carries a unique spin on a particularly popular one from a 2010 movie.
We’re a bit late in discussing this one, but recently, Kinzart re-released their Wolf. The first version has been reviewed before, so users can go back and look for some comparison. With a whole new look, this avatar update shows … Continue reading
Equines have often been celebrated for their strength, raw power, and loyalty. Most of the time, we end up covering paw’d animals, but this time we get the pleasure of reviewing another hoofed one. In this review, we discuss the … Continue reading
With this review, we go back in time a little to revisit one of Kinzart’s earliest released avatars on the main grid. As such, we will have to remember how age factors into this 2-year-old avatar. With this avatar, we … Continue reading
Up until this point, we’ve seen Kinzart release their Eastern, Western, and then their Northern Dragon. It would only follow that they release a dragon for that last one direction, and such, here it is; the Southern Dragon. In this … Continue reading
As it nears Easter, we begin to see Easter eggs and bunnies abound. One of the first avatars to come in association with this season is the Kinzart Lapine.
Hot off the heels of the Husky release, Kinzart Kreetures has released a Leopard avatar fairly recently. This avatar doubles as a regular leopard/jaguar, as well as a snow leopard, with tail choices of various thickness. Let’s discuss this new interpretation … Continue reading
Huskies have been a bit of a popular species of avatar to wear in Second Life, especially after work of earlier husky avatars sparked their popularity in-world. In this review, we see Kinzart Kreetures join the line of creators who … Continue reading