As you can imagine, this past year has gone by in a blur of diaper changes and sleepless nights as I adjust to motherhood, as well as settling in to our new home. Yet things have calmed down enough in the past month or so, that, with some help, I was able to make some time to make a new thing.
It's been a while, I had to blow the dust off of my programs and remember all of the hot keys. I decided to do something easy and quick that would still be very satisfying. Ever since mesh was released I kept saying to myself I'd make a run of simple, flexible, infinitely versatile basic mesh masks, but I kept putting them off to do more ambitious projects. Since saying I'm feeling unambitious lately is an understatement, this was a good opportunity to do just that.
I did warn everyone though that when I released the Mezza Barocco mask that I'd be using those pieces again.
Along with the Bauta Barocco, the Columbina Barocco offered a sumptuous way for me to capitalize on previous work done to make something new. It was something that I was able to put together in the time that I had, generously donated by my mother as she kept my rambunctious offspring at bay. Along with this, I realized I had another quick and easy project I could release with a bit of spit and polish.
Another basic mask was hiding all along underneath that Mezza Barocco. I cleaned up the textures a bit and added a gold and silver version, to match the others, and put that together as a simple, clean alternative. Can never have enough options, and of course the more basic mask shapes the better. Different shapes will look good on different faces! As always they are all modifiable, I still leave them unrigged so you can stretch and reposition them to fit your avatar's face, as long as it's vaguely anthropomorphic.
While I had originally hoped to have these done in time to participate in Fantasy Faire, I decided to take the win of finishing anything at all. These masks are now for sale on the marketplace and in my in-world location at the Twilight.