An Incomplete list of meshes

We’ll Start with a list. We have to organize somehow. I know this isn’t complete even for products that have been available to this point and with all the new mesh bodies I’m hearing are coming out I doubt that it will ever be 100% for very long but here is a start. More to follow

 

Bodies

Female

Male

Child

Mini

Multi-Mesh

Breasts

Butts

Heads

Hands & Feet

Cocks and Vaginas

Nipples

 

Special

  • Auricle Mesh Ears                                     Ears
  • Baby Bump                                                Belly
  • FATEeyes                                                    Eyes
  • Loud Mouth                                               Mouth
  • Xcite Anus                                                  Anus

 

Reviews of multi-products

 

Please feel free to comment about meshes I’ve missed and please join our Second Life group at this link secondlife:///app/group/042daebc-b551-3784-0aff-1696a23abe56/about

 

 

3 thoughts on “An Incomplete list of meshes

  1. Chalcedony Mao

    Good work on the list.
    I’d like to add to the breast category with the Icon Bra Busters by Icon Allen. Best as I can tell they were the first mesh breasts that accepted clothing appliers. Also, Icon just released an update that keeps them current with applier trends.
    Icon’s blog for further information… http://pixelpaper.me/iconafashion/

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  2. shadowkissed-SJHelan.

    This is a decent and helpful index for potential buyers, although you missed .tsg.(The Sugar Garden) which would be listed under “Mesh Heads”.

    On a side note I think it isn’t in your best interest that “Noukka” and “FlexE” are listed as both merchants sell assets stolen from popular games, which I feel have no place listed among legitimate brands. If anything said sellers are performing a dis-service to the community. As you may know both “PhatAzz” and “Wowmeh” meshes are gone due to false DMCA cases filed against those two merchants.

    Linden Lab does not have a good policy on investigations prior to black-listing IPs, I’d hate to see good brands hurt say if there was a legitimate claim filed and LL decided to black-list content based upon appearances rather than making an in depth investigation first.

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