Thanks to the fantastic advice on Natalia Zelmanov’s blog and the free LoopRez script you can get at her inworld store…I am the proud creator of a flexi mini. Even though it took me forever to get the rotation degrees of my panels just right…and even though for at least six hours I couldn’t understand why my flexi panels kept trailing out from my backside when I walked (I did fix this…eventually), I am so pleased with myself right now I think I may do a little dance in front of my keyboard (wait…there it is. You obviously can’t see me doing it so you’ll have to take my word for it). Here is what I made (in not one, but three different colours…you’re impressed, right? Hehe).
I’ve called it the Punk Princess collection. I also made the stockings and the little garters (stocking tops?) to match. I had wanted a little tarten mini like this for ages…couldn’t find one anywhere. I’d been scared of tackling clothing because if you go any further than fiddling with the appearence settings to make (really ugly) skirts and (weird shaped) tops, it looks so damn complicated. But if you persevere, flexi skirts are really not that scary. Not if you follow Natalia’s excellent tutorial anyway. Here’s the link if you’re interested: Making Flexi Prim Skirts With Ged Larson’s LoopRez Script. Ged Larson seems like a cool guy too, he made the LoopRez script and gives it away for free. As always, my newest creations (babies…ahem) are available to buy on SLBoutique (Cazzy Creations) and SLExchange.