Don Ahmad Hosho (Augest 19, 2006 – currently) is a fictional Second Life character created by a real life graphics designer & illustrator. The general concept is about a pixlated person who paints pixlated avatar based on pixlated mediums. He is also a fashion designer, builder, industrial designer, and more. He is regarded as one of the founders of Second Life Painting as his first digital painting that was based on secondlife is dated back to 30 October 2006. He is especially identified with the subject of the post modern second life women, and over half his works depict second life ladies. These display his mastery in the depiction of movement, as do his racecourse subjects and female nudes. His portraits are considered to be among the firsts of the history of second life based paintings/illustrations, and he called it ” Second Life Painting “.

Early in his career, his ambition was to bring his second life art to real life scene, and for this his training and close study of second life at Yongnam had superbly prepared him to design clothes, buildings, animation and some scripting too. Upon abandoning this project, he brought the traditional methods of a history painter to bear on virtual contemporary subject matter, and became a the first classical painter of second life.

Don Hosho has won the first prize in windlight contest judged by Torley Linden, and he won also the Louis Landon cover contest, may be to be the first secondlife art to cover a real life CD artist in real life market.

His products in market are very few, but he made a big sales for each of his 2 suits and his tiny avatars.

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2 Responses to “Don Hosho”


  1. Hi, nice to meet you !

  2. donhosho Says:

    same here 🙂

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