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Originally taken for one of my SL daughters. <3

Taken and edited by Tamara Silversten


Very, very nice! ^_^

View Pagura's home Pagura | 12 year(s) ago

Thank you! :D

View TamaraTG's home TamaraTG | 12 year(s) ago

I like your shape! Hot and beautiful! *_* This snapshot, in particular, has its own magnetism made up of a perfect alchemy of sensorial suggestions. The blurry effect is a master touch! The body shape is generous and sexy ( we're fed up with all those skinny avatars! ^_^ ), the glance is charming, warm and somehow very appealing while the smile introduces a touch of sibylline doubt...
"Is that beautiful girl smiling at me?" That's what the observer might ask himself looking at this composition. If you allow me to say so... ^_*

View Pagura's home Pagura | 12 year(s) ago

I found it to look soft and motherly myself, smiling at my daughter, which is the intention behind it of course.

I regret that my left arm didn't look proper on the shot. I am resting on my elbow there, just like in the shot I took for my wifey some time later using the same pose again, but it just didn't look right.
Maybe it's a problem of the angle and framing but that's why I tried to make it look like the light isn't reaching over there from the window which turned out as that solid black area to the right. >.<
I could have used a different top to avoid my sleeve to blend in so much but I wanted to use this particular round cleavage for the effect of showing my motherly-ness.

I am just saying that it maybe could have been better, maybe if I had more editing skills. I am glad that you like it good though. Thank you :)

And yes I agree, girls should have some padding at least. I have nothing against naturally slender people of course, but women shouldn't intentionally starve to try have a body like the boyish unhealthy-thin girls that model for fashion.
(Who, I guess, might happen to be picked by that attribute because of the sometimes homosexual designers, who are attracted to a more boyish instead of feminine anatomy maybe and then it just became common in the business? Just a theory why womanly is so "out" in the silly fashion business.)
Curves belong to a girl's anatomy after all!

I like myself being voluptuous. In SL I get to live as my true gender identity unlike in First Life and I get to put my mind into the body I feel good with, MY body. My body in SL is my real body to me and I am as plump and curvy as the avatar mesh lets me be! (and if not enough then prim parts as well to be bigger)

View TamaraTG's home TamaraTG | 12 year(s) ago

LOL! I totally agree with your theory about fashion designers and models! ^_^
Thank you for the description of this pic. Very interesting! The more the artist communicates about her/his works to the observers, the more those artworks become masterpieces, in my opinion. Visual impact of snapshot is the first, easy message we get. That what is even more intriguing and interesting, besides, is what a work may communicate if we try to listen, to understand about it penetrating the meaning of that particular composition, that single,  unrepeatable shot! ^_^

View Pagura's home Pagura | 12 year(s) ago

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