Hello there curious gift receivers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here with the 2021 installment of my yearly advent calendar. As some of you may have noticed I have been very inactive over the last 6 or so months and that wasn’t entirely due to my own choice, but it did very nearly end up costing this years advent calendar. But don’t you freight, my schedule is now back to normal and my reign of terror will resume shortly. In like 25 days because I don’t like posting 2 blogs a day while my advent calendar is going on, so consider the next 25 days a gift to all of you who use improper wood grain in your games to fix it.
But what about the 3 of you who will read this blog but don’t use bad wood grain in their games? What will your gift be today?
Why it is a raised garden bed on legs.
Honestly this isn’t anything very special, which was confirmed to me when I went back and saw that the last 4 advent calendars had a raised garden bed/planter of some type included, but in my defense this one is the largest one, area wise, and is standing on legs elevated off the ground, so that has to count for something, right?
Aside for the obvious legs and large size of this planter, it also uses my custom darkened wood grain texture, which is basically the only wood grain texture that is a bit darker, and my custom endless plank texture, which is basically the old wood grain texture. Darkened. With black lines. I mean sure, I did originally make these textures in 2016, but I still like them and they serve a good purpose.
Oh and on one more note, all my models, like always, are fully rigged up with welds if you want to add them to some destruction based game. I’m not sure if I mentioned this at all last year, but it is true, and I will be sure to mention it in any posts this year that need a little bit more padding added to them. But with that being said, this post is padded enough, so be sure to check back tomorrow to see what I decide to include in day 2.