Every once in a while you stumble across a pose store that you have noticed before but never had the lindens to buy any of the poses. Luckily this year I came ready with a ton of lindens in my pocket to Pose Fair. I grabbed 3 great pose sets from Black Tulip and I would love to show you each of them. This time around I only selected a minimum of 2-3 poses for each set. Each pose pack comes with a set of 6 poses including mirror copies of each pose.
In the image above, I am using the poses from the Beauty #4 Pose Set. I really loved how each pose was unique and showcased the lovely curves of the avatar. What I love even more was that it accommodated avatars with more curvy features. A lot of times I find my hands inside my head or my hips and in this pose pack I did not have that problem.
Every once in a while a pose set like “Solitude” comes in handy when you are trying to portray emotions with your pictures. There were several great poses in this set. I chose only 2 to showcase because I loved these 2 the most.
These lovely “Standing by the window” pose set are amazing. They have some rather unique poses I have not seen in other stores. I loved that many of the poses gave you that look as if you are looking out into oblivion.
The great thing about exploring Pose Fair is that you can always find pose stores that you have never heard of before. I tend to stay on my platform a lot and well most of my time previously was spent building but I have taken a break from that at the moment. I happened to come across this store called “Aerial Poses” and they had a few cute pose sets but what really caught my eye was the pose set they made specifically for Steampunk pictures.
In the set you get 10 creative poses that work well with the typical victorian-esque styled dresses that most wear when role-playing in Steampunk. Since there are so many different fashionable ways to dress an avatar the poses in this set would work well with any outfit. I loved the foot positioning and the movement between poses was rather beautiful.