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When these skins were dropped on me, I admit I was extremely apprehensive about blogging them. I spoke to the creator, iLLNiniA Palmer, and voiced my concerns. But then I thought I should go ahead and blog them because she really needs to be commended for trying to make something a bit different than the norm. So with Catero’s encouragement and assistance, here I am. I thought this skin had quite a distinguished elderly gentleman look. To me it was really well done, aside from a few seams I noticed on the neck and body. So please do demo before you buy to make sure you are completely satisfied, the demos are free. She has 12 male realistic photo source skins out already. Each skin is L$1200 and comes with options for hair and no hair. Inside the folder you will find a shape and most of them also come in two different tones. These skins would be great for role playing.


The men’s kimono is from Sweetaholic and Catero tp’d me to this beautiful sim, Japan Shubu, Home of the famous Matsumoto Japanese Castle. The best part about it is, you can rez there!

*Shape: Manifest Shapes by Catero Revolution
*Skin: ILLNINIA SKINS – 08 SHION by iLLNiniA Palmer
*Hair: >TRUTH< Ben - silver Kimono: Sweetaholic for men/ New Haori Hakama/Black by Asalt Eames
Poses: Geez by Grazia Horwitz (Available @ Pose Fair)
Location: Japan Shubu

*Review items and/or gifts.


Strawberry has been a Second Life Resident since 2007 and a Linden Lab employee since 2019.

2 thoughts on “Shion

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  • RIck Reborn

    BRAVO iLLNiniA! I read harsh criticism over their skins, but nevertheless, I believe in her since the day I met her. She’s talented and dedicated in their work and sacrificed other aspects of their personal lives to overcome every day. I love her for be a great woman and (though she says otherwise), a tireless fighter.

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