Merry Christmas free gift receivers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for day 25 of my 2018 Advent Calendar. Today being the last day of this years calendar, I had no choice but to save the best and most disappointing gift for last. Now I know what you may be wondering: What is more disappointing than a chair you found in your models? Or a stick? Or literally nothing? Well, let me tell you what is the most disappointing thing I’ve ever seen.Continue reading
Jolly holidays holiday celebrators of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for what is my favorite day of my advent calendar every year, day 24, and that stands true for my 2018 Advent Calendar as well. Why is day 24 my favorite, you might ask? Because it is the last day I have to do each year. Which may not make sense seeing as day 25 is still to come, but since I always have the final day prepared in advanced this is my last day I do time wise. But that aside, what is in day 24’s box that I still don’t have a proper name for?Continue reading
Hello uninterested advent calendar openers of Roblox who only read these blog posts but never look at the actual model, WoodReviewer here, and today is day 23 of my 2018 Advent Calendar, and really, take the model, I promise the actual model has stuff in it. Anyway, day 23 today, lets go right to the opening.Continue reading
Hello advent calendar blog posts readers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for day 21 of my 2018 Advent Calendar. Today marks a very special day for me with my this years advent calendar: It is the first day that I officially have the rest of the days gifts done, meaning for each of the next 4 days I just need to spend 5 minutes writing some obscure word salad, take a few screenshots, and upload the new model to Roblox. Easy. No more spending 2 hours building a shed of 45 minutes making sure the unions for a toilet paper holder are correct. So what is in today’s crate?Continue reading
Hello enthusiastic 2 fans of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for the start of the final 5 day stretch of my 2018 Advent Calendar. Or it will be after tomorrow since there are still 5 gifts left after today, but 25-20 is 5 and math is hard. But you know what isn’t hard? Wood grain. And today’s gift features plenty of it as wood is the general theme of this entire site. So what is today’s gift.Continue reading
Hello eagle-eyed blog readers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for day 19 of my 2018 Advent Calendar. Today also marks the first day that WordPress is rolling out their new blog editor, and seeing as how I need to get use to it after using the old editor for 3 years I’m sorry for any formatting issues in this post. But you aren’t hear to listen to me complain about being forced to use updates you don’t want, that’s what the Dev Forum Discord is for. You are most likely here because you misclicked this link on Twitter, but if you are here for some reason to see today’s gift, here it is.Continue reading
Hello advent calendar readers who want a 25 day advent calendar to be finished instead of being abandoned after 15 days even if the finished advent calendar is a low-quality piece of trash, WoodReviewer here for day 18 of my low quality piece of trash. But my low quality piece of trash with proper wood grain. Anyway, what is behind d0or #18 today?
Hello stupid calendar openers who still haven’t taken a look at the calendar for hidden Easter Eggs that I included in it, WoodReviewer here, and today it is time for day 17 of my 2018 Advent Calendar. There is nothing special about today or today’s gift so lets get straight to the opening part.
Hello readers, WoodReviewer here for a late night edition of my 2018 Advent Calendar as once again the cloud has failed me in not uploading files when I tell it to. Bad cloud. I pay like $20 a month for you to work; why don’t you work. Issues with the weather inside, day 16 of my advent calendar is actually a special way. It is a gift I’ve wanted to give since 2016, but for various reasons I couldn’t get the gift to look right. And you know it looks bad if the gift can’t past my quality control standards for this calendar. At this point I think the bar is buried like 12 feet under ground. So what item could have taken me a whole 3 years to put together?