In this tutorial you will be shown how to use the free Mixxx software to DJ in Second Life. Everything from configuring Mixxx to testing your stream is covered. This is an ideal alternative to Sam, especially on a Linux machine.
This tutorial by Katey Coppola is another example of how to create shadows and highlights for Second Life photographers. The software Katey uses is Photoshop, but if you are familiar with tools in Gimp, then you should easily be able to adapt this.
This tutorial by Shyntae Demonista explains how she creates highlights and shadows for her Second Life images. This includes the use of the curves layer as well as dodge and burn. Shyntae uses Photoshop here, but as usual, this can easily be adapted for Gimp users.
Although this isn't strictly a tutorial it does offer a good insight into the different DJ broadcasting software options thats available to not only those thinking of becoming a Second Life DJ, but also to established DJs. Both paid for software and free options are discussed.
In her video tutorial Strawberry Singh shows us some of the techniques she uses to process her Second Life images. In this video Strawberry also shows how she added the background to the image. Her software of choice is Photoshop.
This tutorial by Gidge Uriza is for Second Life residents who have little or no knowledge of how windlight works, and will guide them through all the different elements so they can create their own windlight settings. Needless to say there is something new here for everyone to learn.
Hosting may seem quite a straightforward job choice for Second Life residents, but not being sure what it involves can be off putting to those looking for work. For that reason here is a run through of what hosts need to know.
In this tutorial Lindal Kidd gives a thorough explanation of the use of sound in Second Life, covering everything from sound preferences to adding sound scripts to a prim. Lindal explains all this in a clear and enjoyable way.
Blender Basics is a series of video tutorials for people new to Blender. It covers everything from installing Blender, 3D modelling as well as shading and lighting. A very useful set of tutorials for beginners.
This is quite an in depth look at the use of the camera in Second Life, as well as it positioning. If you think you know all about camming inworlds, then take a look at this - it might change your mind.
This is quite a detailed tutorial by serethgypsy on the methods he uses to crop out a snapshot from a solid background, feather the edges and color of the hair. The software used is Photoshop but as with most tutorials the techniques should work just as well with Gimp.
This is the first mesh tutorial by Robyn Huffaker and deals with what is a concern for many mesh creators - land impact. As with all of Robyn's tutorials, the subject is explained clearly and comprehensively, so well worth taking a look.
This is a clear and easy to follow tutorial by Jamie Otis on how to set up SAM to stream music into Second Life. Sam is a popular choice of software for DJs in Second Life so if you are considering this as a career move, take a look at this page.
This tutorial by Quark Yifu demonstrates how to make eyebrow textures for your avatar using Photoshop. If you are considering making skins, or just want to add extra flare to your avatar then following this tutorial is a must.