I'm a resident of Second Life, and a teacher at New Citizens Inc - a Second Life voluntary association for helping people learn SL skills.
I'm a crazy person with eclectic tastes in knowledge. I love to learn, and I love to teach, and I can do almost all the Second Life creative skills.
So since I can do them, the next logical thing to do is teach them - right? Thus, my tutorial collection.
I've started with clothing making, but will progress on to the various other SL skills: while collecting miscellaneous other tutorials as inspiration strikes.
Sesh rhymes with mesh, and the at is like hat. Czeret almost rhymes with merit, but a more 'et' than 'it' sound. The C Z is like Czar, but if you can't manage the unusual dipthong, just use Z. For both words, the emphasis is on the first syllable.
Carmarthenshire is a medieval roleplay sim, and logos for the shop should have a medieval feel. My Egyptian logo definitely doesn't!
So I took some time today to come up with a different logo for the Carmarthen shop. My first attempt was to try to 'medieval-ise' the Egyptian Seshat image, using the Bayeux Tapestry as inspiration. It was a total washout.
My second attempt was based on illuminated manuscripts. I think it came out rather well.