Normal in Second Life

November 13, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

There are now, and always have been, a lot of discussions about what is considered a normal size avatar in Second Life.

A friend sent me a link to a blog by Honour Mcmillan, wherein she tackles this subject and those she refers to as “Avatar Police,” people who insist that everyone be a size which they, personally, have decided is the correct “normal” for avatars in Second Life.

Honour goes on to supply a link to a fabulous place where you can get FREE complete avatars – beautiful and unusual avatars which would hardly be considered normal by any standards. You can also read about these unusual avatars on the Renoobed site.

Every picture at this location is a work of art. Click on each photo to get the avatar pictured there.

Meilo Minotaur and CapCat Ragu have pulled this collection together. And they have now issued an invitation to you to create your own version of these meta-body avatars and add it to this collection. Look for this notecard near the landing point:

In a place where we have access to an unlimited range of sizes and shapes, defined only by the size and shape of our imaginations, “normal” becomes a moot point.

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