The Pixel Pollution Of The “Playing” Musician

The playing musician avatar is maybe the biggest pollution of all in the live painted picture done by SaveMe Oh. Those musicians add zero to the image. Worsed are the ones behind a keyboard pretending they touch a key which produces music while in reality they sit at home pressing some buttons. I am very happy with a musician like A Limb who comes off the stage and mingle with the rest of the audience so the painted environment is the most coherent.

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Very painfull for the eye are also their big begging tip baskets which are mostly of an ugliness that would make your eyes explode. Why not tip the musician directly? If a groupie really insist of seeing the pixelated pseudo playing artist without the live painting, secondlife offers them all tools they need, mute and derender and you will never see a glimps of SaveMe Oh anymore. Last but not last we have to mention the sim owners who pollute the painted picture huge with their buildings. Its like painting a Dali but with Cat C. Boucher‘forced up circus or mushrooms in every paiting you see, A very negative way of product placement. Be brave and clean up all your buildings in your inventory when SaveMe Oh comes along. When she has left put it back and enjoy it as much as you want as everybody deserves some ugliness once in a while.

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7 thoughts on “The Pixel Pollution Of The “Playing” Musician

  1. I quite like the pixel musician. It gives a focus point and adds a bit to the feel of being at a concert. What could be good is to have a way of moshing and crowd surfing. That could be fun. Just think of the visuals you could conjure then Save me!

    • I will try if I can adapt some grouphuds to let audience fly around under my control. Pity they have to allow me to do so.

  2. Hey you totally played my virtual moog modular that one time at the trashshack to avoid being orbited đŸ™‚

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