Right! Time to drag that musclebound Niramyth Aesthetic body out of the closet once more and create a look with it. First things first, there’s a pretty good basic tutorial available from Niramyth to help you get started with the Aesthetic body (and head). I will be combining the Aesthetic body with a Lelutka mesh head this time, which is a first for me.
When you use the Aesthetic body with its own mesh head, you just plonk it on and you’re done. Using this body with another mesh head takes just a little extra effort. After you have applied the medium or light skin that comes with Aesthetic Enzo (see basic tutorial), you need to unpack the “Bento HeadBlender for Medium & Light” and add the appropriate version. As I am using the medium skin on the Aesthetic body and I have a dark hairbase on my Lelutka mesh head , the best option for me is “HeadBlender_Medium-Skin_(BENTO) – Black_Hair”. You can then use the Color & Alpha HUD to tint the body and achieve a closer skin tone match with your mesh head. The use of the Color HUD is also covered in the basic tutorial. Obviously you will have to create or purchase a shape that works for both the Lelutka mesh head and the Aesthetic body. I’ve created my own and you’ll find the link to it in the credits, once I’ve gotten round to putting up in Marketplace. Right! After all that, I had to go shopping and get myself some new threads for this particular body.
If you’re looking for original sexy and perhaps just slightly kinky attire for the Aesthetic body, then Guilty is a good place to start at. Make sure that whatever you purchase, is displaying the Aesthetic logo or that size won’t be included. It’s wise to always get a demo first of course. For those of you with a strong preference for leather and something strappy, the “Cruising” singlet should peak your interest. I personally found the idea of this singlet on the muscular Aesthetic body irresistible and I’m not even that much into this body, but hey, in for a penny, in for a pound. Right? This could so easily have been an episode of my series on leather and latex fetish wear.
If you’re heading for the beach and need something to show a modicum of modesty, you can find the tiny pair of “Karin” bikini briefs at Imagine Moda. I had a look around at this store and found that most, if not all of their items support the Aesthetic body, so it’s definitely worth a visit.
Right, now lets end things with a “propper” outfit. You can’t go far wrong with a hoodie and jeans. I didn’t go shopping for these, instead I just rummaged around in my inventory, looking for items that included the Aesthetic size, or the Enzo version as it is often referred to in the item names. I settled on a pair of ripped jeans by Invictus, a colourful hoodie by TonkTastic and the L&B Swear low top sneakers.
- Niramyth Aesthetic mesh body
- Lelutka Luka mesh head
- Birth Ozias skin for Lelutka Evo mesh heads. As I’m using this skin as a BOM layer, I’m using the alpha layer that comes with the head that hides the body and system eyes. Sadly, there is no matching skin available for the Aesthetic body, so that is why we use the head blender and tint the body to match the face, as mentioned above.
- Billy Beaverhausen Dominique shape
- Camo Makko dreads
- Avi-Glam Erudite eyes (applies on the mesh heads that come with the Lelutka head)
- Guilty Cruiser leather singlet
- Imagine Moda Karin bikini briefs
- Invictus ripped jeans
- TonkTastic Zip Hoodie
- Lapointe & Bastchild Swear Low Top Sneakers