You are your avatar and your avatar is you — A Beginner’s Guide to Avatars

A Beginner’s Guide to Avatars

Live2D Avatars

  1. An avatar
  • Eyes — blink, look around
  • Mouth — open when speaking, close when not
  • Head movement
  • Torso movement
Chai, Yueko’s vtuber avatar!
Example 3D avatar from Vroid studio

3D Avatars

Source: https://hackmd.io/@XR/avatars
  1. Try to find free avatars online
  2. DIY using software such as VRoid Studio
  3. Pay someone to make a customized one for you
Image: Avatar Museum in VRChat

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