Saturday, October 23, 2010

New Polished Leather Mary Janes in Second Life®!

My fascination with shoes in SL™ continues. This week, I've come out with a new finish for my popular Mary Jane shoes; Classic polished leather.



The polish has been baked on, and appears to glow on the glove-soft leather. (Not SL "Glow".) There is a cut design of hearts and dots that follows the curve at the top opening of the toe, and the buckles are brass. The sole is textured, to provide firm footing for active feet.

Available in 7 colors (Black Licorice, Chocolate, Navy, Red Licorice, Caramel, Cotton Candy, and White Sugar) for L$150 a pair, or in a Fat Pack that contains all 7 for L$925; a 12% savings over buying them individually.

There's a resize script, so you can get a perfect fit, but it's not an evil one. It exists in only one prim per shoe, so it won't cause a lot of lag, and you can delete it once the shoe fits perfectly if you're sure your feet are not going to be growing.

You'll find a Base shoe, to shape your foot so it looks best, and an Alpha Layer to hide the bottom if you're using V2 in the pack, as well as instructions about using the script and so on.

Demos available, so you can see how nice they look in world before you spend your money! All the colors are for sale now at Kick the Can main store, or in the Robin (Sojourner) Wood store on the Marketplace.

So, that's the basics (patent and classic) covered. Now I get to start really having fun with them! But first, I think I'll make some plain colored Chucks for those who have been asking me for them.

And I think my voice has recovered enough that there'll be a new tutorial on Tuesday, too! Lots of fun stuff ahead. :D

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