Hello futuristic cyclists, WoodReviewer here. Now, I’m not sure if any of you have noticed this but I tend to do blog posts with trends; sometimes I do a bunch of tycoons in a row, other times I do a bunch of endorsed model posts in a tow, and the point is that gets kind of boring. Another example of that is focusing too much on Asimo3089. Today I am taking a look at Volt by Team Volt, which includes Asimo3089, Baddcc, and DTF. This will be the seventh post I’ve done on Asimo, meaning a full 10% of my content has been focused solely on his places. Granted Volt is a team build, but still I focus on him a bit too much. However, this should be the last post on him for a while since I’ve gone through most of his past places and his next place isn’t due out for a couple of months.
So seeing as how many places of his I have reviewed, and the fact I made him fix The Wind, lets see if he learned his lessons in Volt.
Hello mouse people of ROBLOX, WoodReviewer here. Today it is once again time to pay a visit to our good friend Asimo3089 and his newest showcase Buena Vista. Of course, after he fixed up The Wind, I expect him to keep all the lessons he learned making that and apply them to all his new showcases, Buena Vista included.
Unfortunately, my expectations were set too high.
Hello procrastinators, WoodReviewer here, and today I have a different type of blog post for you. First off, this is not a review of any place or model. Secondly, the main purpose of this blog is not how to make games with proper wood grain, but when to make add proper wood grain.
When? Yes, when. You see, in many games with bad wood grain that claim to be in the alpha/beta stages of development say “we’re in alpha/beta, the wood grain will be fixed eventually.” That is true; wood grain can be fixed when a game is ready to be released, but it shouldn’t be. If you don’t care for my opinion then you can close this page and fix wood grain however you want, but if you want some building tips on how to fix wood grain quickly without slowing down how long it takes to build maps, stick around for a while.
Hello there Judges of Wood Grain Justice, WoodReviewer here, and today is the day to decide if The Wind should enter free models or not. You see, a week or so ago I challenged Asimo3089 to fix the wood grain in The Wind, or have the place released into free models. Now, I’m not unreasonable so only most of the wood grain needs to be fixed, not all of it. Here is the updated version of the place, hopefully with proper wood grain. Now, lets start by looking at what I told Asimo needed to be fixed in my previous blog post, starting with the dock you spawn on.
Hey there Jurors of Wood Grain Justice, WoodReviewer here, and a bit of an unusual review today. I am taking a look at The Wind by Asimo3089. This has been on my list to review for a while now, but I felt like waiting for a good time to review it because it has a lot of bad wood grain. Maybe not a lot. A bunch. A very large bunch. A massive amount. My point is, there was a metric ton of bad wood grain. Look at the dock you spawn on, for example.
The main supports have wood grain that should go vertical not horizontal, and the walkway should have grain going left to right, not back to front. This is what it should look like.
Arrg, ahoy there swashbucklers, scallywags, and whatever is a non-degrading pirate word for woman and or those who don’t identify as either in case the previous two words don’t cover you, Captain WoodReviewer speaking, and on today’s adventure I will be taking you on a journey through one of ROBLOX’s true classics, Galleons by Wingman8. While there may not be much land, the ships provide plenty of wood to look at. So grab your swords, arm your muskets, and laugh and people saying poop deck, and lets begin this adventure!
…That is what I’d say if I were to review Galleons. Unfortunately, I did not have enough time to play Galleons this week because I have not been binge playing any recent Wii U games this week. Totally not that. Instead, I decided to take a look at Port Gloom by Asimo3089. It has a galleon, so it is close enough, right?
Unfortunately, the support holding up the ship’s wheel had bad wood grain and soon snapped. The boat drifted for several hours before she ran aground and caught fire for some reason.
Hi there. WoodReviewer here. I like trains.
Today is going to be different than normal. First, instead of one game I am going to be reviewing three, all by Asimo3089, and all featuring trains. Secondly, I went into the games knowing what I was looking for instead of just looking around. And what was I looking for? Bad wooden railroad ties.