SECOND LIFE 5 STANDARD MESH SIZES MODELS FOR MARVELOUS DESIGNER

UPDATE 6/7/2014
I am sorry for not updating this sooner, but the files has been restored and now include files you can add to your Resources Folder in MD so the models are always readily available to you in your library!  

Thank you, Haven!

UPDATE  5/29/2014
Currently, the 5 Standard Mesh MD files from Haven Ditko are unavailable.  Boo...right?  Nooo, give her a bit and she will be posting even more files for our use.  From what I understand, she will also be including the files you can import into your Library and will make it much easier to use the 5 male & female AVs.  

Woot!  Happy Birthday to us!

Original Post 5/28/2014
You know, some birthday presents come a couple of days late and from the most unexpected places.  I been wishing someone would take the 5 Standard SL Sizes and add the Marvelous Designer Arrangement Points and Bounding Volumes for months now.  I might have been able to do it myself but after watching a video or two, it made me start to sweat and my hands shake.  And guess what?  Happy Birthday to me!

Actually, Haven Ditko gave all Second Life Residents all a birthday present today! 

If you are a Second Life Resident, using Marvelous Designer, and do not have the 5 Standard SL Size models already, you should check out the short video and download the accompanying project files Haven created.  These project files contact bounding volumes and arrangement points for the SL Avatars for all the sizes, male and female. 

Here is the link, which Haven is most graciously sharing with the world. If you use these files, drop by in-world and send a generous tip to Haven Ditko and thank her for such a generous offering.

http://theditkouniversity.wordpress.com/tutorials-2/


P.S.  If you are unfamiliar with Marvelous Designer, see the Introduction to Marvelous Designer posted above the Marvelous Designer Project Files.

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