365 days of SL, day 127:
(Click for larger — 1908x1024 PNG, 1503 KiB)
Anthropomorphic animals are common enough, and thanks to my friends, I'm reasonably familiar with anthropomorphic planes, too — certainly so familiar that they don't stand out as unusual to me anymore. But anthropomorphic fans? That's new. :)
Yet here's one, a friend-of-a-friend who I also know and who kindly allowed me to use his likeness in the "365 days" project. :) He's only recently built this avatar; I suspect it may have been more of a "because I can" thing than anything else (although I wouldn't really know), but either way, it's quite neat.
As you can see, he's got realistic fan blades, and a tail that ends in an electric plug; what you can't see is the switch on his back. And yes, if you flip it, the blades actually spin. One can't help but wonder how that'd actually feel.
The screenshot's in 1908x1024 instead of 1920x1033 as usual, BTW; Firestorm somehow managed to change its screenshot size between two shots. I presume I accidentally changed it — goodness knows it's easy enough, as merely using your mousewheel while hovering over the right input field is enough. (And my mouse wheel has been acting up a bit lately and sometimes seems to act on its own.)
If you're wondering about the weird aspect ratio in general, BTW, it's basically 1920x1080, but with window decorations deducted. I run Second Life maximized, but not full-screened, so screenshots aren't perfectly 16:9.
Location: FP Enigma (15, 128, 21) (Two Fuzzies and a Plane and a weird robot (sometimes))