Tuxedo BowTie

When your SineSpace outfit calls for something sharp, the Tuxedo Bow Tie from BlakOpal Designs is your answer! This is not just any old clip-on, oh no. This is a stylish hand-tied number! Offered in a collection of some of our favorite patterns, and designed to go beautifully with the BlakOpal Tuxedo Shirt. Features high quality model and advanced materials.

The Tuxedo BowTie is worn as an attachment, and fits either male or female avatars. This means you can easily adjust the fit so it wears well with any outfit.

Advanced Materials Are Amazing

In addition to what we make for virtual worlds, BlakOpal and I make a wide variety of art in the real and digital worlds. We love working with different tools and materials. We love how light shines, illuminates, and reflects off different surfaces. We’ve both worked on projects with photo-realistic materials. In the past, that required a lot of additional work to set up, plus specialized software and a lot of time to render.

Previous generation worlds like Second Life made an effort to support advanced materials, but fell short of a truly PBR (physically based rendering) model. It was pretty good at the time, but largely revolved around tricks (like baked lighting) that content creators would pull to force an item to look like it was in a particular environment. The results looked great in certain places, but not so great everywhere else.

SineSpace and Unity do support PBR, so our advanced materials render accurately in real-time. Whether you’re outdoors or indoors, in a brightly lit room or dimly light nightclub, whether the lights are white or colored, the piece will look like it is actually in that environment.

Available Now

Our Tuxedo BowTie is available now in SineSpace. You can buy for yourself or as a gift for a friend. The piece was designed for the BlakOpal Tuxedo Shirt in mind but you can also mix and match with whatever you have to create countless different looks. Read on to learn more about each of the individual pieces.

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