New from LOVE, Beautiful Bare Feet and Beautiful Bare Feet Tippy Toes. The latest in rigged mesh feet. Crafted just for you so you always look your best. Beautiful Bare Feet & Tippy Toes come in eleven sizes and a rainbow of colours (chosen by HUD) so there is something for every lady. Whether you’re lazing about on the beach, lounging in the garden or engaging in exciting role-play, no matter what you decide to do with your Second Life you shouldn’t be without Beautiful Bare Feet made from LOVE.
Beautiful Bare Feet are made with love and care. carefully crafted so you can enjoy them for a long time to come. Included in the package are blending socks. These are worn with the feet to blend the mesh into your avatar’s skin, making them seamless. as you can see on all of these photo’s, where the mesh ends and the avatar begins is seamless, and remember PHOTOSHOP OR EXTERIOR PROGRAMMES are never used to enhance any photos ( with the exception of advert fonts). All photos are taken using the wind-light option which is available to all second Life residents. We feel that using exterior programmes mislead customers.
Here are some details on how to get the best from your ‘Beautiful Bare Feet’ which also come with your package and we’ve also posted them here for your convenience because we’re thoughtful like that.
Rigged feet will move naturally with any animation that includes ankles movement. They will attach themselves automatically to the correct position. You can’t resize rigged meshes, but we have provided you with additional sizes(more detailed info below), so they should cover any shape.
There are few requirements that you must comply with to fit the mesh feet PERFECTLY to your avatar:
Enter “Appearance” mode and make sure that your “Knee Angle” is set to “50″ and that “Legs Muscles” are set to a number between “50″ and “100″.
Since the ankles are influenced by “Body Fat”, we give you 11 sizes (for each foot) that should cover the slider’s values from 0 to 100, per 10 units. That means that if your shape’s body fat is “7″, there will be a hole/mismatch between the avatar’s leg and the mesh foot. To avoid this happening, set it to “10″ or in general speaking – set it to a number which is divisible by 10 (20, 40, 80 etc.).
With all these considered, the feet should fit tightly to the avatar’s legs with no visible borders between them.
Since these are bare feet, there is no shoe base provided in this pack, BUT if you decide to add shoes and they need more height, you can wear one. The mesh will not be messed up by it.
First , wear the colour HUD, make sure your graphics are set to “Medium”, open your Mini-map(to use its compass) and choose one of these two options:
1. Sit on pose stand or stand still facing “South”. Enter “Appearance” mode and your avatar will turn automatically to “North”. Continue with color matching.
2. Go to Preferences->Move& View->turn off pose avatar during “Appearance”. Face “North” while sitting on pose stand or standing still. Continue with color matching.
The purpose of these actions is to avoid any fake shading that will cause confusion while matching the feet with your skin.
Now, pick a skin shade that’s similar to your avatar’s skin and wear its corresponding blending socks.
IN MOST CASES YOU WILL NOT NEED TO DO THE FOLLOWING:-
For more precise matching, right click on the socks in your inventory and choose “Edit”.
Click on “Colour/Tint” thumbnail and pick a colour that makes the sock disappear in the skin.
The color should be close to white, with a touch of beige/brown (reddish or greenish). Write down the RGB (Red Green Blue channel) values somewhere, you are going to need them afterwards. Now you can exit “Appearance mode” and revert you graphics to the setting they were at previously.
Now that you have set up the socks, it’s time to add the same color to the feet themselves and the most easiest way is by using RGB values we’ve written down earlier. Click the “RGB” button on the color HUD and type the values in local chat, like it’s shown in the example. Click “Apply” and you should be ready to go
=KNOWN SL BUGS RELATED TO THIS PRODUCT=
-If you are running your viewer on “Medium” Graphics, make sure that you are not wearing any lights around the feet, because they might look like they are colored differently, compared to the socks. This problem is not present, when you are on “High” or “Ultra” graphics settings.
-Sometimes, you might see a line between the mesh feet and the avatar’s leg. Going in and out of “Appearance” mode should help.
Krystali Rabeni ‘LOVE’