Delightful day to all of you who are still paying attention to this calendar, WoodReviewer here with day 3 of my 2021 Advent Calendar. One more gift for all of you who have some weird interest in poorly made models that have proper wood grain, and one more day in which I actually put effort into a gift. I honestly have no idea at what point the effort will end in this years calendar, but hopefully atleast not until the halfway point. The one downside I have realized for this years calendar, however, is that the last week has the largest boxes, so when I usually have the least amount the effort to give for gifts is when I have set the expectations the highest. Fortunately for you, I haven’t run out of effort yet, so any guesses on what is in today’s gift that still has some effort put into it?
One set of quarter circles shelves. Really, these shelves aren’t an exact circle since the sides have a slightly straight part to them due to top shelf extending over the supports for the shelves, but hey, this is close enough.
Don’t you worry about the supports for these shelves either, since I included some supports beneath the shelves for a bit more support since realistically the wooden planks would need some supports to help them not collapse to the ground.
And for those of who who aren’t interested in just a simple corner shelf, this model does have one more trick up its sleeve, you can combine 4 of them together and create a fully circular shelf with honestly way too many parts in it.
Luckily for all of you concerned about the performance of your game and don’t want a single shelf to contain 12 parts and 8 unions, a square shelf that basically serves the same purpose as this shelf is easy enough to make, so hopefully you make one instead of using this one in your game. Except if you don’t care about performance, in which case have fun with your life not worrying about performance, and see the rest of you tomorrow.