Maxwell Graf, the creator behind Rustica, has been on a longer hiatus from creating in Second Life. But yesterday he dipped his toes back in with the release of a versatile mesh fire, intended as a high-quality replacement fire for fire places, torches etc. Of course, since it is fully modifiable, I decided to do something rather different with it and created a demonic landscape with black crystals and fire. The fire can be turned on and off with a click and you can also edit the way the three different meshes that make it up fit together by editing linked parts.
The pose is Dark Matter by Be My Mannequin? and it is perfect for showing off the striking Draugr skin by Fallen Gods, here with the addition of the Orthae tattoo in silver. The hair is by Mythril and it allows you to set various specular maps; here I went for one with a fiery effect to match the surroundings.
Body Parts: Maitreya Lara body, Maitreya hands & feet, Slink Visage Redux Ashlynn head, The Plastik/Petrichor Bloodless Eyes Silvered
Skin: Fallen Gods Draugr Black Pearl
Cosmetics: Fallen Gods Orthae Full Silver
Hair: Mythril Mythic Unicorn Hair
Clothes: Voluptas Virtualis Seductress
Accessories: The Plastik/Petrichor Dragoness Horns Ascend
Pose: Be My Mannequin? Dark Matter
Decor: Rustica Mesh Fire 2021, Cerridwen’s Cauldron Crystal Groundcover Obsidian