Hello there lazy food eaters of Roblox, WoodReviewer here with day 6 of my 2022 Advent Calendar. As we approach the end of the first weeks of this year’s calendar, I really hope those of you who always ask me for examples of proper wood grain are finally starting to understand what the true purpose of this calendar is, aside for providing assets that you can but probably shouldn’t use in your games. Speaking of assets that you shouldn’t use in a game, one of those assets is today’s gift.
A lazy Susan.
This is not to say that you shouldn’t use a lazy Susan in your game, but rather that you should be wiser in how you make it. This one, for example, is made if 4 unique unions and 15 combined unions, when honestly you can probably get by with a single union. Or just a cylinder.
I mean the only reason I even made this a union was to have a cut out in the bottom of the top of the lazy Susan for the base to sit, where with some attachment magic you can hide it just fine without the unions. And the only reason the top is decorated as ornately as it is because I wanted to show off.
Honestly, just use this as an example of how wood grain should go in-game, never actually use this in your game or Arseny will show up at your house and yell at you for being wasteful with how badly optimized your games performance will be.