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Marcthur & 10 Goosson are M&M Creations

Marcthur and 10 are a real life couple, living on the country-side of France.
They found Secondlife January 2007 and begun their 2nd (virtual) life like most other residents exploring, dancing and even camping. (It means cleaning virtual windows, gardening and otherjobs for some Linden Dollars.) The interactive concept was appealing and during spring the same year a little plot was bought and the first objects were created with the available tools.

Marcthur finally found a purpose to dive in the creation of 3D Objects when Secondlife introduced the Sculpted prims -3D objects created in 3D Software- that can be imported to the grid of Secondlife. In 2011 Secondlife introduced Mesh, which required Marcthur to study and practise new software and techniques to go with the Secondlife flow.

10 found her passion in Graphics & Photography to discover the in's & out's of texturing objects, surfaces, mesh and sculpted prims to bring Marcthur's creations alive and give them depht and a more real looking appearance.

Both, creating content & selling these to all residents of Secondlife, gave birth to M&M Creations. A small shop grew into a sim-wide mall on the Mainland.

During the passing years, Marcthur mastered creating sculpted objects and 10 needed more space for the landscaping objects she created. The move to their own island was a must to set up a synoptic low lag Mall without a ceiling, small entrance or walls to bump into or the annoyence to get stuck in between builds as residents pay a visit looking for specific content to build with. 

As M&M Creations grew, so did their skills and quality. To make sculpted prims & mesh accessible for every resident with the desire to build and create content, 10 decided to write step-by-step tutorials and give lessons for every level to learn how to use sculpted prims & mesh and texture these. 

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