Part of the beauty of this intersection of SL sculpture and SL photography is the subjective interpretation of inworld artwork as expressed in the images we share. Thanks to friends, as well as sites like Snapzilla, you can see the diversity in the artistic eye.
Today’s case study: Light Waves’ Angel in Bondage from the Rezzable Hallucinogen sim. First up, Isolde Flamand:
…and MANY more interpretations to follow…
A couple thoughts: 1. That’s a GREAT sculpture. 2. The Second Life viewer is incredibly flexible, allowing for such a wonderful diversity of images.