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So instead of having a block 1x1, block 2x2, block 3x5 or whatever, you just have a 'cube' object and can make it large and flat, or tall and thin, or big and wide. Then you either have plain-ish or nicely repeating patterns on the objects (preferably a choice).
Repeat the idea for other objects like bridges (use just one long piece rather than repeated pieces), cones, hexagons... whatever.
You want a big flat floor? No need to drop down your grid then start placing blocks - just lock a cube in place and scale it in the X and Y axises. No more having to use another piece just to fill in a little gap in your wall - you just scale the wall a little bigger.
That would blow my mind.
|Podtacular 361: Forgetacular||pete_the_duck||4/16/13 8:50 am|
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|My one thing?||SEspider||4/17/13 2:25 am|
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|Re: Podtacular 361: Forgetacular||RC Master||4/17/13 1:36 pm|
|Also, Halo 5 forge...||RC Master||4/17/13 1:50 pm|
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