In 2007, Skidz Isle graced the grid as what would become one of Second Life’s oldest sandboxes. A magnet for all skill levels of builders and designers, it attracts over 2000 unique visitors per week. Oversized and private platforms are available, and creators can also rent shops or adboards to sell their work or promote their services.
We're not shy, but please don't stare. Have a look at all our Partz. Everything from clothing to tools, Skidz has pushed the edge of what’s possible. The first to bring alignment tools, first to have drag and drop prims, and so much more.
Often I have the urge to go on a rant about something I am building, or to make an announcement about something exciting. This is where I do that. Take a look and be sure to bookmark it.
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“Building made easy! Forget about math and just click. This tool takes the headache out of building. Even texturing is a few clicks away from getting right. This tool is worth every linden and more. Productivity will skyrocket thanks to this tool. Just wish it was in my inventory 7 years ago.”
“One of my customers showed me this and well - its brilliant- worth every penny. I will be sure to tell my customers about it when they ask for organizer recommendations- five stars hands down.”
“Makes building fun again. I was getting frustrated with the finishing stages of my builds, and this tool has really propelled my productivity. The seller is very responsive, and the training available is great. I mostly use it for snap & gap modes. Snap alone is worth the price to me.”
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Skidz Partz, has been bringing unique tools and designs to Second Life since 2006. My work is top quality, low lag and well-scripted, supported by exceptional customer service. My products include the Skidz Primz and TNT Primz building tools, and the TMat Organizer, just to name a few. I was the first to design Drag-and-Drop linked prims in the TMat Organizer. Pushing the boundaries of Second Life in my products has been my speciality. I’m currently working in Blender to create unique mesh objects and clothing for Second Life. With help from friends, Skidz Partz has become a very large part of what Second Life is today.
He brought the first-ever comprehensive building tools into Second Life with the Skidz Primz and was the first to design Drag-and-Drop linked prims in the TMat Organizer. With these and other tools such as the TNT Primz, Ultra Inventory Server and the Wardrobe Master, Skidz Partz is always pushing the boundaries of Second Life in his products.
Skidz Partz supports and sponsors a number of free educational services, sandboxes and more including the Skidz Isle Sandbox which has become a Mecca for skilled designers and builders in Second Life. Skidz Partz in the open source Aurora-Sim community has brought us “Blackhole Assets,” a comprehensive asset management system for Aurora-Sim that organizes the assets of an entire grid. Skidz Partz also created the Stardust Currency module, the first, fully-functioning currency system for Aurora-Sim.
With help from friends, Skidz Partz has helped shape what Virtual Worlds are today. Please help support Skidz Partz by dropping your friends a landmark to Skidz Isle. By telling your friends to check out the sandbox, you’re not only supporting honest, hard-working individuals, you’re supporting the future of Virtual Worlds.
Don’t be fooled. Behind those blue eyes is a ruthless businesswoman with a strong design sense and a penchant for literary misdeeds.
Owner and developer, he’s a coding genius. And he knows all the tricks with Blender. He’d pay for five minutes alone in SL, but won’t tell anyone why. No, he won’t make you a smoothie.
Many believe he’s just a pretty face, but he’s the most terrifying member of the team, ready to strike at any indiscretion. Even more frightening, we don’t know how he learned German.