Altamura

The Details:

Names – Dante
Cost – 2499L
Designer – Altamura
Includes – Fitmesh body with attached hands (non bento) and Feet (Flat), Body HUD.

Body Inclusions:

Fitmesh Body – Yes
Mesh Head – No
Hands – Yes (non-bento, 3 poses)
Feet – Yes (Flat)
Skins tones included – 4 tones

Clothing & Layers:

Number of clothing layers: 4 – Tattoo layer, Lingerie layer and 2 Clothing layers.
Save Slots for Other Skins – Unlimited – save slot box system enables user to save all alpha/applier/skin settings
Save Slots for Alpha Cut Combinations – Unlimited – save slot box system enables user to save all alpha/applier/skin settings
Save Slots for Appliers – Unlimited – save slot box system enables user to save all alpha/applier/skin settings

Compatibility:

Omega – Yes – Installer activated
Can I use SLink hands/feet with it? – No
Can I wear SLink Shoes with it? – No

 The HUD:

The best bits:

  • Altamura make a range of bodies designed to either be headless (ie. you can use other heads with it) or as ‘full body’ mesh, which is convenient for some people.
  • The save system is a neat idea and works well with Firestorm
  • Although the body may not have the same level of support as the bigger brands, the body itself is nice and having the hands/feet attached does save on attachment point usage.
  • Omega compatibility is handy.

The worst bits:

  • The body doesn’t have much fitmesh available for it in the market, so if that’s a must for you consider that.
  • I felt the body was a little less polished than some others on the market. It really works well with their mesh head range, but I found it worked okay with most of my male mesh heads too which was good.

Best suited to:

Users who want to minimise attachment point usage, want Omega compatibility and use appliers a lot.

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