This is an overview of the Altamura Max FullBody mesh body for Second Life avatars. Almost all the information also applies to other Altamura FullBody products, however the photos are only of Max FullBody, and the list is what comes with Max FullBody Other bodies may have slightly different content. For more mesh heads and bodies head on over to The Mesh Directory.
Creator – Altamura
Product – Max FullBody
Price – L$4499
Review Version – Not Specified
Body – Yes
Head – Yes
Hands – Yes
Feet – Yes
Skin – Yes (4 tones)
Copy – Yes
Transfer – No
Mod – No
Appliers, BOM, and Compatibility
Tattoo Layers – Yes
Underwear Layers – Yes
Clothing Layers – Yes
Applier Save Slots – No
Materials Enabled – Yes
Omega Compatible – Yes
Bakes on Mesh (BOM) – Yes
Universal Neck Standard ?When used with the same skin tone, heads and bodies both using the Universal Neck Standard result in a seamless neck. – No
Additional Neck Sizing Options – Yes
Pros and Cons
Other pros and cons to consider that haven’t been mentioned above.
- For one purchase you get your head, body, basic clothing and animations.
- While the body does come with a head attached, you can still use other heads with it. Simply use the HUD to alpha out the head. This will hide it so you can use a different one.
- The alpha cuts in the HUD aren’t very obvious until they are clicked. It’ll take a little getting used to before you know exactly what each click will hide.
- The animations are in a separate box that needs to be unpacked and simply in your inventory, not in a HUD.
What’s In The Box
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