Total Shift Productions move on and add to their ever expanding list of avatars with the addition of snakes. Electing to produce an anthropomorphic avatar that by it’s basic characteristics is wildly varied and lacks limbs, a project of this kind would … Continue reading
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.
Living plushies, especially evil ones, are a staple of the childhood nightmare genre. This collaboration effort between Total Shift Productions and M.O.R. helps bring this sweet nightmare to life within Second Life.
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.
Today, we take a look at DERP’s newest offering, the Krauk. This avatar is seemingly a blend of crocodile and alligator features (they’re separate species, you know) done in a fun, semi-cartoony style.
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.
Hot off the heels of their Serbex release, DERP has released their Ridgeback avatar. This avatar is more or less the company’s interpretation of a dragon, rendered in their unique style.
Soon after creating the Syn-Squee Gecko, the creator made up a little modification that turned the colourful little happy reptiles into a surly bunch of colourful big reptiles. While the basic avatar still remains very similar to the original Gecko, … Continue reading
While we’ve seen Syn-Squee step up its game in terms of their sculpting quality, we see another infusion of cartoony character in their Gecko avatar. Huge-eyed and brightly coloured, we take a look Syn-Squee’s rendering of members of the Gekkota … 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