The organization of digital content has always been a challenge for me. Lots of content creators organize their stuff by the broad categories defined by Poser’s old runtime directory structure, but then they stick, say, all their characters under their name. I do this too; with my freebie shaders, for example, I stuck them all in a folder named ModernWizard, which then subdivided into the various shader sets I issued. I dislike having my own runtime organized in this manner, though, because that’s not how I think.
I tend to think more thematically, as illustrated by the following subfolders into which I’ve divided my collection of digital clothing:
- AccessoriesInclMasks: ruffs, glasses, hats and an inordinate number of masks
- BasicWearCorsetryUndies: self-explanatory
- BondageGagsGasmasks: likewise
- Dresses&SkirtsEveryday: in contrast to the next category
- FetishSkimpUniforms: metal bikinis, French maid outfits, impossibly short skirts and such
- GothPunkRomantic: Goth, punk, pseudo-medieval and pseudo-Renaissance wear
- PantsOutfits: more everyday stuff, from tuxes to overalls to crop tops and bellbottoms
- Shoes&Socks: footwear that’s not associated with whole outfits
- ShortsOutfits: self-explanatory
- Winter&Coats: things to keep warm in
Just in case you had any doubts about where my digital fashion interests lie, the most populous category is, of course, FetishSkimpUniforms, followed by GothPunkRomantic, then PantsOutfits.