Here comes the summer + Clonning avs in the pic Tutorial


summer

 

Hello guys! I’m totally exited! I was invited to join the Summerfest 14 bloggers group So hold on I’m comming with news and with amazing tutorials and psds for you

Today I’m bringing you a usefull tutorial about how to clone your avatar in a picture, this turns your life easyer if you want to take a picture with two or more people in it wearing what you want and without calling your friends or turning 2 viewers on, what makes the Secondlife very slow. You can save your time and instead of taking your pictures on studio and going to a land to try to adjust the exactly windlight settings, you should try this.

Clonning Avatar Tutorial

   01. First Step: You need to save the outfit for each look you want to show in your picture, so you can just change the outfit. After preparing the looks I siggest you to purchase Eve N Better’s Camera Assistant HUD if you’re going to be taking photos in an area where you can’t rezz pose balls, pose stands or pose props you’ll really need this hud, this is an absolute necessity ( it’s 10L$ only). This HUD will allow you to lock your camera in place so that you can move around and it won’t follow your avatar! Now choose the place, prepare your windlight settings, an think about the positions of the avatars in the picture.

 

02.   Now use the HUD to lock your camera and take the first shot. Say cheese 🙂

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   03.   Once you have your first shot, change outfits and then move over to the position in the scene that  you would like the second avatar to be at. I wanted the second avatar to be in the left side  and more forward. The only thing you are going to do now is to wear your second look and move a bit your avatar. If you can rezz in the land this would be easyer, you can just jump to the other poseball, if you can’t rezz you must  press “ctrl-alt-Q” to bring up the Develop menu, now enable: Develop > Avatar > Character Tests > Allow Select Avatar, Press “ctrl 3″ to bring up the edit box ans right click on your avatar and move yourself around. Remember that the rotation does not works so take care, make sure that you are not clicking in something that is going to rotate your avatar. The allow Select avatar also allow you to change other avatar ( this is a very usefull tip for photographers also).

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   04. Now cut and paste to stick them together, you can lower the opacity of the top layer so that you can easily see the first layer and avoid pasting the second one in the wrong position. Then just use the Square marquee tool to chop off the useless edges on the top image. Once you’ve done that you can select the eraser tool to cut out finer details such as where the avatars will overlap etc.

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✿DETAILS✿

_____________**Me**____________

✿ BODY:

HAIR: Pr!tty @ The Chapter Four
HANDS: Slink
SKIN: Glam Affair – Romy
EYES: ID
FEET:JD Myfeet

✿ CLOTHING:

TOP: Amitomo @ The Chapter Four
SHORTS: Baiastice soon @ Collabor88

✿ ACESSORIES:

SUNFLOWER: Burley
BASKET: B.C.C. @ The arcade

✿ POSE  ✿

Label Motion

✿ Location  ✿

The Beach (Adult)

✿ BABY  ✿

Zooby babe n zooby stuff

_____________**Doughter**____________

✿ BODY:

HAIR: Mina Hair @ The Chapter Four
HANDS: Slink
SKIN: Lara Hurley – Ivy
EYES: ID
FEET:
Slink

✿ CLOTHING:

TOP: Baiastice soon @ Collabor88
SHORTS: Baiastice soon @ Collabor88

✿ ACESSORIES:

HAIR FLOWER: Purple Moon
HAIRBAND: Candy Crunchers
BAG: Tentacio @ The Chapter Four
WHATCH: Faun

✿ POSE  ✿

Label Motion

By: Antonietta✿
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Finds: xantheanneslife and strawberrysingh

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