Monday, June 24, 2013

Whats Your Digits? Take # 3


Proportions challenge questions:

1. Do you try to keep your avatars body proportionate and similar to picture above?  The short answer is...  Probably not.  I basically just fiddle around with numbers till my body looks the way I want it to.  Those numbers do change per whatever Mesh outfit I am wearing.  My head and face tho always remain the same.

2.  What do you dislike most about the SL avatar Mesh?  What bothers me the most is the fact that some small sized Mesh Clothing is actually extra small or XXS.  Alot of times I find I am having to adjust my butt size, Breast size, or hip width accordingly just so I do not see those awful invisible lines from the Alphas.

3.  Does it bother you when you see other SL Avatars that are not proportionate at all?  I honestly could care less.  It's not so much a pet peeve of mine.  To each their own.

4.  Even though this is a virtual world and people can be anything they want to be, do you feel when they are in human form, they should try to keep their proportions close to average?  Nah...  Again this is SL and people are free to be anything they want to be.  As for myself...  I'm a bit of a picky person.  Always gotta look my best!

Now for the second part of the challenge.  Sharing my digits!  I will go ahead and share my body digits.  My face however was created by mwah, and I will not share as my face is what sets me apart from the rest of the folk on SL.

Height ~ 6 feet tall on flat feet.  Picture shown I am wearing tip toe feet from Slink (according to the SL Avatar Ruler)
Body Fat ~ 8
Head Size ~ 58
Torso Muscle ~ 31
Breast Size ~ 47
Arm Length ~ 60
Hand size ~ 30
Torso Length ~ 42
Love Handles ~ 38
Belly Size ~ 0
Leg Muscle ~ 46
Leg Length ~ 40
Hip Width ~ 77
Butt Size ~ 35
Saddle Bags ~ 32

So there you have it!  My digits...

I know my digits may not seem proportional to some, but I am happy with the way my avatar looks.  For today atleast...

Till Next Time,


  1. Oh, I totally agree with you about mesh sizes! I've said many times before, I won't buy mesh clothes without a demo because not all "standard sizing" is created equally! I've noticed that while I have created a standard mesh size small shape, I often have to adjust my shoulder width and/or breast buoyancy so that I'm either not poking out or swimming in a top. So much for only certain sliders needing to be adjusted ;)

  2. I had some difficulty at the start with standard sizing as well, had to adjust my shape a lot and I still do minor tweaking here and there. Thanks for participating.