HAIR | Damselfly | Shylah Honey | Morrisania
JACKET | nsd | naith Smit | Laine Cardigan
TOP | Crazy | loan Jogiches | Vintage Dress Part new
PANTS | fri.day | Parvarti Monday | Trousers
* SKIN | Glam Affair | Aida Ewing | Jadis V2 Dark new
* EARRINGS | Magic Nook | Ayumi Cassini | Baroque new
* SHOES | Baiastice | Sissy Pessoa | Maxine Platform
* Promotion Copies
JadisV2 just came out some days ago. You will find many other posts where you see all the color options of this skin, but nobody shows a before & after picture. I got curious for myself - what did Aida changed. So here we go with a screenshot, no shadows. Skin tone here, in natural.
the body co. | Chocolata, medium ebony
Tattoo: HUZ | Hunain Bellic | Oriental
Hair: Damselfly | Shylah Honey | Morrisania new
Bikini: Zaara | Zaara Kohime | Esha Bikini
(No retouch on both pictures)
The windlight setting is one, which does show contrast more softer in color mood - so it does not turn out that bad - but it is to notice so or so
I do very very very less writing critical on a blog post - the new Chocolata skin form the body co. gives a good example, why perfect thought isn’t always a smart one.
The Chocolata skin (here in: medium ebony tone) is - from first thought a very beautiful skin. Realistic skin feeling and high in detail.. it just feels careless if you take your look the hands inner side. I am not the one who expect perfectness at a skin, but if somebody keep all other in ‘perfect style’ - you can feel starting bothering for that parts after a while.
Okay, you would say: why you brought it? Didn’t wear the demo? I did. I thought it won’t bothering, cause I do own a lot of skins from different designers which I do love - which own faults .. the difference is just: The faults don’t turning out as an eye catcher.
I don’t like to say the Chocolata skin is a bad skin, I just want to say: Before you spending a lot of lindens for that skin, be clear what you will get. And if you find parts on a skin which doesn’t seem fitting to the rest, make sure you will feel comfortable with them. Especially if you looking for a skin, which you would love to wear often for blog posts, photography or personal usage.
How it is called, “Less is more” ;).