It’s been a busy couple of weeks at Avatar Bizarre, what with the new store design, a number of events demanding my attention, and a bunch of new releases! The line-up of new releases, though long by new release standards, is also oddly varied. Not only do you get a glimpse of the Elven Pirate Cloak (pictured above), but some Flutter Snakes have been unleashed, along with two different sets of eyes. Everything is either all or mostly mesh. All of the stuff is pretty fun, and hopefully will make your shopping trips that much more fun.
The Elven Pirate Cloak is available in six colors. Each package includes a red-lined cloak, and a silver-lined cloak. The cowl and shoulder pieces are unrigged mesh, which can be resized as needed. The cloak itself is traditional flexi prims, simply because a cloak should flow, and it’s pretty hard to get mesh to swing around like a proper cloak should. Originally, this item was informally suggested to me around Halloween, but I was having some issues trying to get the rigging to work. Then I got smart and decided not to rig it at all, and it just sort of came together. Each cloak is 120L, modify and copy. Available inworld at the moment. Soon to appear on the Second Life Marketplace.
But wait, there’s more!
Enter the Flutter Snake! This little guy was inspired by Alan Dean Foster’s character Pip the Alaspinian Minidrag from the Midworld Series. In the series, Pip was a flying telepathic venomous serpent. The Flutter Snake, while winged and reptilian, is far from venomous. In fact, the three species represented: Boa, Python, and King Snake, are all non-venomous. And unless they’re not telling me everything, these guys are not telepathic. They are, however, delightful, colorful, and cute in a serpentine way. Each snake drapes carelessly across your shoulders. These guys are modify, so they can be sized up or down. There’s a bunch of colors to choose from, so head on over and have a look!
The Rainbow Boa, of course, is inspired by the real life Pip (she’s my girl).
Then there are eyeballs. Oh, lots of eyeballs. The nice thing about the latest eye releases at Avatar Bizarre is though they come in three meshes (normal, full bright, and glow), there’s also a traditional system eye for those folks who prefer it.
The Saralonde Eyes feature a dragon in flight reflected in the pupil, and are available in nine colors, plus a fat pack of all colors. Cost is 75L each, or 600L for the fat pack.
The Lorelei Eyes, named for a song by the Cocteau Twins, are available in ten colors including the highly unusual Torley Linden inspired “Watermelon”, pictured below.
I hope I haven’t overwhelmed you all, but this week is pretty exciting, and more is coming for World Goth Fair in May! Stay Tuned.