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Size also matters. Seawolf Dragons are known for portraying huge 'life size' (house size) dragons. Tinys and MicroAvatars are quite small. There is a sizable portion of SL who is enjoying a 'second childhood', and Avatar 2.0 sizes need more flexibility in range. -Romaq Rosher
  
 
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Revision as of 18:27, 10 October 2011

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File Memories Size

Legacy & 2.0 Skin (UV Mapping) Support

Normal, Specular, & Displacement Mapping

Animation & Expression

Humanoid, Anthropomorphic, and Extended Shapes

Size also matters. Seawolf Dragons are known for portraying huge 'life size' (house size) dragons. Tinys and MicroAvatars are quite small. There is a sizable portion of SL who is enjoying a 'second childhood', and Avatar 2.0 sizes need more flexibility in range. -Romaq Rosher

Hair