Second life furry clubs

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You might be surprised to learn this, but in my 14 years of creating and styling avatars of various kinds in Second Life see herehereand most recently here for some examples of my weird, obsessive, creative little hobbyI have never created a furry avatar. Furriesof course, have been an active subculture in the real world as well as in virtual worlds for many years now.

Second life furry clubs

The term furry describes a diverse community of fans, artists, writers, gamers, and role players. Most furries create for themselves an anthropomorphized Second life furry clubs character fursona with whom they identify and can function as an avatar within the community. Some furries wear elaborate costumes or paraphernalia such as animal ears or tails, or represent themselves as anthropomorphic animals in online communities such as Second Life.

Furry fandom is an inclusive term that describes the community of furries that span online, local, and international settings. The furry fandom is global, with hundreds of local groups existing worldwide and dozens of conventions held annually. Of course, since the coronavirus pandemic started, furry conventions in the real world have been cancelled around the world. In fact, aside from possibly VRChat, I would be hard pressed to think of a single social VR platform or virtual world that has as many furries scurrying around than SL.

So I decided to begin exploring the rich and sometimes crazy world of furries in SL. This will probably be the first post in a series of blogposts as I wander the grid in search of what makes furries tick. In my recent travels, I have seen a lot of weird and wonderful places and some truly outrageous avatars!

Second life furry clubs

In this respect at least, like tends to mix with like. In fact, some sims explicitly request in that you present as a human avatar. Many experienced virtual furries usually start with a human mesh body such as Maitreya Lara, ature Gianni, etc. Often, dedicated virtual furries will combine components from various and sundry vendors, in order to create a unique, one-of-a-kind avatar that they feel best represents themselves.

Second life furry clubs

The nice thing about the Anthro Wolf package is that it is a complete avatar package; you do not need to hunt around to assemble components from different vendors such as feet, ears, tails, etc. Even better, you get both male and female versions of the wolf avatar in Second life furry clubs same package if you want to be a true gender bender! Now, I am going to share with you news of some fabulous freebies available to both furries and non-furries alike at a store called Positive Wavelength. Located at the centre of the in-world store is Christmas tree with gift boxes underneath it:. Wander around the tree and check the floating text above the smaller gift boxes, which are wrapped in colourful paper.

These are very special giftboxes, that are on a four-hour cooldown. What that means is, only one avatar at a time can receive a gift…and then everybody else has to wait 4 hours before the next person can click on the box! This tail comes with a HUD and a detailed notecard, explaining how to set it up and get it working. You can choose from a mind-boggling 23 different shapes of tail and tint it any colour you want it supports tintable Bakes on Mesh layers!

Second life furry clubs

This is definitely an upgrade from my original wolf tail which was included in the Spider Productions Anthro Wolf package—fluffier, infinitely tintable to match whatever colour fur my avatar is wearing, and with many more animations to choose from, including special animations when your furry avatar is walking or running! In addition to this wonderful furry tail, there are other fabulous free gifts if you are lucky enough to be around when the gift box is claimable.

Among them are a wearable, animesh bear mount or a bear avatar, which are also available for purchase in the Positive Wavelength store if you are impatient:. Other gifts on this cooldown system include a ridable unicorn plushie and a unicorn plushie avatar. So, head on down to Positive Wavelength and try your luck! Liked it? Then please consider supporting Ryan Schultz on Patreon!

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