This chair is part of the “El Culto” Set, designed to followers of snakes and evil signs, occultist societies, and other dark minds associations.
Victorian style chair with a dark look, made with high quality woods and fabric (sculls and snakes). perfect for castles, creepy environments and dark roleplay games.
mesh piece with prerendered textures, 9 animations and easy menu.
hello! i working to create new poses for all models, male and female, and I hope you like
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I’m not a big lover of animal print, but I really like this dress from PurpleMoon, and I was able to get the mesh to fit well. It was a group gift, and I think it looks fantastic with this new set of jewelry from ELEMENTAL. This is one of the most versatile sets ever, The Natalie Beads & Earrings, lariat necklace with texture changing beads and ring, color change, and the now standard have-it-your-way glow, shine, full bright, and sizing. There are 5 bead textures–animal print, gold/white, red, blue, and green–and 4 ring textures–gold, silver, crinkled gold, and crinkled silver. If you choose the silver for the ring, you can then add color so that it matches the red, blue, or green beads. Or, if you want, you could even make the beads a solid color and match them with the gold or silver rings. Adding varying levels of shine and glow adds further options in the color range. There are endless possibilities!
Here’s the gold/white option with a shiny gold ring, which can be worn with so many colors–a truly classic look. And below is the red/white bead with silver ring tinted red–won’t it be perfect with a lovely red Christmas dress? Or you could make the beads solid red and use the gold rings.
Here’s a landmark for the ELEMENTAL JEWELRY mainshop:
Jewelry: ELEMENTAL JEWELRY–Natalie Beads & Earrings, texture and color changing. Only 100L for the beads or earrings, but if you hurry, you can catch them on sale for 60L each.
I have a number of Limited edition never to be seen again Items at the fair this year, Its a very worthy cause with Each designer Setting aside at least One item with full proceeds being donated to the American Cancer Council.
Find out more information here http://pinkribbonfair.blogspot.com.au/
You need to look for a small pink Ribbon.