Tiny Aventine

Many of the Gowns I’ve created, have gone on to be modified and resized to become suitable for smaller Avatars, and those who like to role play as Children in Second Life. And if only it were as easy as simply making everything smaller, perhaps I’d have them all done by now!

Unfortunately, as you reduce the size of the avatar, prims have to be re-angled, added, possibly even removed. Settings have to be changed, and lots of fussing done, to ensure the original look of the gown is interpreted correctly on the dramatically different avatar shape. (The same applies for really large avatars, too.)

In this instance, on top of everything else, I’ve adjusted the bodice to make it a little more age-appropriate, and the Gowns are now ready and waiting, in 6 vibrant colors at the Main Store now. (Four colors shown here)




Green small

As with the Grown Up versions, which you can view by clicking here, the Tiny Aventines come with both dresses – The Ballgown and the little Fairy Flower Prims. There are also two pairs of sleeves, which are interchangeable between the outfits.

If you know, have, or happen to be a little Fairy Princess, check them out at Evie’s Closet now!

Hair: Embrace by Analog Dog

Eyes: Dirty Blue by Miriel

Skin: Alison by Laqroki

Poses: Long Awkward Pose


~ by Evie Miles on February 25, 2009.

4 Responses to “Tiny Aventine”

  1. super cute! love them 😀

  2. […] Glamorpuss […]

  3. Its nice to see someone taking the time to re-size a gown for a tinie and blogging about it!

  4. First blog I read after wakeup from sleep today!

    Are you tension? panic?

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