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What’s your Digits? Proportions Challenge

My quote of the Day: “Anyone can give up, it’s the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that’s true strength.”

Today i decided to join the Monday meme challenges from StrawberrySingh, being a second life model it s very important to know how to edit our shapes, not only to create our own unique look but due to the work it takes adjusting and editing outfits especially with all the mesh we see around now. I have so many shapes, i lost track of them all and also i been making changes continuously, tiny ones on the body  with each outfit i wear. So having one basic shape is very important to me and also fun to see how others view their shape journey to perfection.


Proportions Challenge Questions:

  1. Do you try and keep your avatar’s body proportionate and similar to the “average” proportions pictured above? –  I don’t really follow everything on the picture especially body length. if i go behind what they say im at the length of a  male avatar, almost.
  2. What do you dislike the most about the SL avatar mesh? – the hand and feet too and very happy with the separate mesh hand and feet.
  3. Does it bother you when you see other avatars that are not proportionate at all? – Not really, some shapes are weird shape but yeah that how they like it, you would not catch me looking that way but who am i to tell them how they should keep their avatar? 
  4. Even though this is a virtual world and people can be anything they want to be, do you feel when they are in human form, they should try to keep their proportions close to average? There is not a most for anything in second life and i find some people should learn to live with it. only time i would say something is when somebody that looks far from perfect have the nerve to go around and tell other how they should look. First look at the avatar that looks back at you before looking  at other avatars.

Zivaah Darling’s digits: I have an extreme tall avatar, like the ruler said ideal for a golem avatar but i like to think that it’s tall like an elf and i like it that way. I been hearing  very mean comments from people that find everybody should be looking like them and that mean length wise, I have even been called a giraffe by a total stranger on a sim out of nowhere. I mean people choose to play amazon  vampires,elf’s and any other kind of thing and nobody judge them, why do some find the need to say that they don’t like how an avatar look when nobody comment on how them self look. for example i hate the huge lola’s tango but you don’t see me go around calling the ones wearing it a cow or the avatars that are child like small but dress like somebody that work for adult service. you don’t see me go call them food for the pedophiles or midgets a.k.a little people. so why the need to impose your preference on the rest of the people on second life? So with that said here are my Digits:

Height – 100 (7′ 7″ using the Avatar Ruler)
Body Fat: 5
Head size: 46
Torso Muscle: 32
Breast Size: 54
Arm length: 100
Hand size: 30
Torso length: 85
Love Handles: 32
Belly Size: 0
Leg Muscle: 50
Leg length: 100
Hip width: 65
Butt Size: 41
Saddle Bags: 30

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Style me:


Zaara : Chanchal Lingerie *ivory* extra layers


Blacklace Beauty Jelly Lips Sheer Salmon


Slink Avatar Enhancement Hand Elegant

Slink Womens Medium Feet (TINTABLE)


>TRUTH< Elisha w/Roots – auburn

Disclaimer: I  will not be adding all of the links used combined with the featuring items, but feel free to search the names for the rest of the clothing  if desired or send me a message asking about it.

Zivaah Darling
Second Life professional runway- print- Model,
blogger, stylist, and in-store model