You are cordially invited to travel through time and bring your favorite period to life at the Model’s Workshop Styling Challenge on December 21st, 2016 @ 5 pm SLT, MW’s HQ (teleport).
Model’s Workshop wants you to hop into your time machine and create your favorite look based on your favorite time! It can be a look from the past, present or future! Style your look as your imagination and research for that period dictates. As always the sky is the limit! We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
These Model’s Workshop challenges offer a unique opportunity to show your styling abilities to a group of your peers and get direct feedback. Remember to use appropriate poses and walks to present and sell your styling but don’t forget the basics! Check prims carefully and try to mix and match when possible.
There will be a panel of judges who will give contest style ranking as well as audience participants with vast modeling experience giving positive critiques. Newer models gain insight into the contest procedure as well as the experience of the judging and critique process. Veteran models get a forum in which to continue to refine their styling skills. The winner will have their photo in ModeLS and Diversity Magazines. They will also have an interview with photos published in E N V Y Magazine! Their photo will be featured on the Model’s Workshop Blog as well as inworld at the Model’s Workshop HQ.
You need not spend a fortune on this challenge. Use your inventory in unique, outside the box ways.
Contact Rienna.Rieko or AriannaJasmine Resident for an entry notecard. All entries must be in by December 18th, 2016 @ 5 pm SLT.
For more information on MW’s Styling Challenges, please click here.
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Monday, December 5 at 10AM and 5PM (slt)
Last year Linden Lab introduced Project Bento, the addition of new bones to the Second Life avatar skeleton that gives creators the power to build more sophisticated avatars than ever before. Though still in its testing phase, the Project Bento Viewer has been available for users to test for themselves, and Bento hands, heads and AO have already hit the market.
So we want to hear from those who have tried Bento. What do you like or dislike about it? What elements have you tested? What do you recommend? How can we as models take advantage of the new Bento features?
We have lots of questions and we know you will too.
It was an exciting day on December 1, 2016 at Model’s Workshop. We had two incredible information sessions with Ava Jhamin, CEO of L’Amour Productions, Cyberdawg Foxclaw, COO of Mr. & Miss Model International and AriannaJasmine, the reigning Miss Model International. Ava and her team came by to tell us what is in store for MMI in 2017, and to offer advice and provide all of the necessary information to those who want to participate in the Competition.
Mr. & Miss Model International is in its third season, and like previous years, it promises to deliver fun and unique challenges, fair judging, incredible prizes and most importantly a fabulous educational experience for participants. Ava stressed that her organization doesn’t care who you are behind the screen.“We want you to represent who you want to be on SL. You be you!” She added, “We don’t voice verify. We look solely at how well you can style and represent yourself in the Competition, and how well you can represent MMI as the winner.” Read the rest of this entry »
MMI 2017 Information Session
Thursday, December 1 at 10AM & 4PM (slt)
Model’s Workshop Auditorium (Teleport)
Model’s Workshop welcomes Ava Jhamin and the MMI team for a one-hour info session on one of SL’s top Styling Competitions, Mr. & Miss Model International. If you’re undecided and have questions about MMI, come meet the team and get answers. Hear from past contestants, learn what it takes to be a winner, and get all of the information you need to enter this exciting Competition.
(Conducted on voice. Enable sound upon arrival.)
Congratulations to Venum Ames, Winner of the Favorite Literary Character Nov 2016 Styling Challenge! Venum’s Belle from the classic “Beauty and the Beast” wowed the judges. In 2nd place Ava Jhamin and Vichonette Constantine. They did an absolutely astounding interpretation of their favorite characters, the 6000 year-old twins, Mekare and Maharet of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles. In 3rd place was Rhiannon Colclough, with her inventive interpretation of Evaline Stoker, Bram Stoker’s niece from the Stoker & Holmes series. The challenge took place on Nov 16th and all the contestants did a fantastic job styling their interpretation of favorite literary characters.
The guests in attendance were also resplendent in costumes depicting everyone from Lady Chatterley, Anna Karenina, Annie, and many more! Special thanks to judges Mika Palmyra, Paris Dollchild, and Aorist Chunes. A big thank you to Suki Rexen who designed and built the stunning library set that served as the backdrop for the fabulous “Favorite Literary Character” styling. Thanks also to Lira Savira for the wonderful photos and thanks to all who came out to support the November MW Styling Challenge. We had an amazing time! Please join us for our next styling challenge on December 21st. Details to follow soon so stay tuned.
We had the pleasure of welcoming Frolic Mills back to the SL fashion world with a one-hour introduction to his new school, Advanced Modeling Academy, at Model’s Workshop on November 10, 2016. Joining him on stage was a member of his team, Trinity Graves, who started the session with a brief description of what the school has to offer, such as basic runway, advanced styling, photography, blogging, public relations and Frolic’s famous color matching techniques. Read the rest of this entry »
Come join us at the Model’s Workshop Auditorium on Thursday, November 10th at 5pm SLT. (Model’s Workshop Teleport).
Listen, learn, and share as Frolic discusses his return to Second Life and his new project. Please be sure Voice is enabled upon your arrival. See you there!