Friday, March 6, 2009

Virtual Worlds mentors group

Do you remember the Mentor Project? It was the Koinup Pre-groups Era, Trixibelle called to action all Second Life art and photography experts, asking them to share techniques and help with beginners.

Now Mentors has came back with a a new brand name (and group), it is called Tips and Techniques and it has been founded, obviously, by Trixibelle (you may know her also as Cala Rossini)

As I was saying earlier with the mentor project, if you are a mentor you can join the group in order to share tips, tricks and techniques with friends. While if you are a beginner, you can join the group (now) to ask help to other people

<a href="http://www.koinup.com/raulcrimson/work/44725/">Lighting class slideshow durin...</a> - a <a href="http://www.koinup.com/in-second-life/on-videos/">Second Life Machinima</a> by <a href="http://www.koinup.com/raulcrimson/">raulcrimson</a> on <a href="http://www.koinup.com">Koinup</a>
Here's a tutorial by Raul Crimson on the use of lighting in Second Life

Enjoy the group now!

1 comments:

Natasha Friis said...

Having a mentor i.e. role model is so vital in order to develop your self as an individual and professionally.

As the founder of a free global mentorship community - Mentory.com I provide support to mentorships with an initial agreement, process support and evaluation. Mentory is a community that facilitates the mentorship process from the initial match to the end. Ensuring that you can concetrate on your mentorship even though you have not tried it before.

It can be quite difficult finding a mentor, because the relevant people in your own network might be to close to you. We all have mentor potential, and being a mentor also makes you a great protégé.

But in the end it is all about chemistry. Good luck - hope your initiative will cultivate potential.

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