"Spare a girl a little time, handsome?"
I whirled around. A girl
was standing there, a girl unlike any I had ever seen before. She was
Klahdish in appearance and could have passed for another of my dimension
except for her complexion and hair. Her skin was a marvelous
golden-olive hue, and her head was crowned with a mane of light green
hair that shimmered in the sun. She was a little taller than me, and
incredibly curvacious, her generous figure straining against the
confines of her clothes.
"...or have you really got a thing about dung heaps?" she concluded.
She had almond cat-eyes that danced with mischief as she talked.
--- "Another Fine Myth" by Robert Asprin
let him kid you," my mentor grinned. "Tanda and Chumley are from
Trollia, where the men are Trolls and the women are Trollops. With men
like this back home, you can understand why Tanda spends as much time as
she does dimension hopping."
--- "Myth Directions" by Robert Asprin
aka Tanda, is a character from Robert Asprin's "Myth Adventures"
series. She is a Trollop Assassin from the dimension of Trollia. This
picture is an attempt I made for recreating her likeness in Second Life.
skin is a free Eloh Elliot skin that I used. I downloaded the GIMP XMP
files and edited the hue of the skin, changing it from the light skin
tone to the golden-olive hue that you see in the avatar. I also revealed
the green eyeshadow and red lips that were hidden layers already
included with the skin.
The hair is Arianna in Dark Mint from
Calico Kitty. I do have lighter greens, but the contrast looked better
with the dark green. That is a slight variation from the description.
shape is my Asian shape that was modified to become more curvaceous, as
the description calls for. In so doing, I increased her breast size,
her hip width, and her butt size.
The final piece to complete the
look was the fantasy leather outfit. For that, I found the Takarai
Hunter outfit from Demons and Angel's on the Marketplace. I had to
resize some of the prim attachments to fit, but overall it seemed to
come out well.
The snapshot was taken in my forest and brought into GIMP where I sharpened the image before uploading it here.