Here are some numbers I pulled off the statistics page.
Monday, December 19, 2011
And yeah, before I forget: thank you!
Friday, December 16, 2011
Again a complete by Prism Clothing Designs' owner Journey Mclaglen, this gala dress is something no self-respecting femboy should be without..
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Outfit # 005 - Denise by Journey McLaglen from Prism Clothing Designs & Designer of the Month December 2011
Another blog about a set by Prism Clothing Designs' owner Journey McLaglen?
Yes. This is after all a blog about femboys and the girl's clothes they can pull off to wear in Second Life. (That sounds more awkward than it is, really. But you gather what I meant to say.)
Journey just happens to make quite a lot that is wearable out of the box and not look redicilous on a male shape base.
That and the fact that I still have a few outfits by her hand in my inventory. So I decided to do a series of blogs about her and name her the "Designer of the Month - December 2011". There. How's that for starters today? Two weeks of blogging and already handing out an (unofficial) reward. Maybe I should have someone make a sculpty? (Any takers? Drop me a notecard please!)
Anyway, this is a fashion blog so let's get busy with the fashion part!
Sunday, December 11, 2011
From basic, non-scripted, multi-sculpt to HUD-driven, mesh. The choice is yours.
Of course, not everybody has unlimited funds and not everybody is running a mesh-capable viewer. So what to choose. Again, this is something I can't decide for you. But what I can do is review those that I know. For now, all I can blog about is Frodo Siegel's footsies.
Journey McLagley seems to be one of those designers that have endless inspiration, combined with good technique and a perfect sense of color schemes.
Again this is a design for female shape bases that works perfectly for male shape based femboy avatars. This is due to the fact of the knit fabric and the Argyle style pattern. The other available sweaters may or may not be as good for femboys, depending on their shape/shape base but they altogether look as good as the Argyle version and should be perfect for female avatars. However.... Journey is quite interested in doing separate versions for femboys (as stated before in previous posts) so we probably can expect versions for the flat chested community. Hooray!
Now let's look at the outfit, shall we?
Saturday, December 10, 2011
This is a wonderful design, meant for females but it works perfectly for feminine, flat chested boys with a male shape base too! Which is a fairly rare thing.
As mentioned in my previous post, Journey is willing to do a seperate version of her designs which most likely will be called "for femboys". Keep watching my blog people!
And now for something completely different: the outfit!
Sound the alarm horns! Call your femboy friends!
There is a shop that does like femboys. Journey McLaglen, owner and designer has shown an interest in doing a seperate line for femboys. Or rather, a seperate version of her designs, adapted to the needs of femboys!
Keep watching this blog as I will be doing a series of articles about Prism's excellent quality stuff.
Thursday, December 08, 2011
A decent skin used to cost hundreds or even a few thousand of Linden Dollars (L$). The really good ones were even more expensive, from 4.000 or 5.000 L$ and upwards. Until they got ripped (stolen, using bugs or features of graphics cards).
Nowadays a good beginner's skin can be had for a few hundred L$. A decent one for a few hundred more. And really good one can already be found for under 2.000 L$.
On the subject of femboys or girlie boys there is a lot that can be said.
Some like them, others hate them. Whatever floats your boat.
One thing you cannot deny is that a femboy is a male that looks feminine.
Not just androgynous but distinctly feminine. Not female but definitively feminine.
The general mistakes that people make can be summed up quite easily:
Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Monday, December 05, 2011
They may be words I made up, or words I found elsewhere. Or someone might have suggested them to me.
In any case they usually describe some things in a sometimes rather graphic manner.