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Rain Alderbury

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  1. Hello, just my 2 cents, to get this thread bumped. I've found the best way to do physics for a house is using planes, not cubes. So long as you have a plane for each "dimension", for example, the front face piece for the bottom step (mentioned earlier), the step itself, and a side piece (you don't need both sides), it works fine. Traditionally, physics planes should not touch, but that may have changed. Also, each object in a house (an object is only allowed 8 materials, so houses often many objects), must have its own physics. For doorways I use just 2 planes, one on either side. Once the mesh is uploaded, you change it to Prim type, and you can walk through.
  2. A little late replying, sorry about that, but yes I agree. With both comments. The A and B must be prerequisite to any lessons on house building, or else they'll just get bogged down. I need a way to get to the physics quickly, and I think a partial house, maybe without a roof, would work. Maybe I should leave out the texture bakes as well.
  3. I'm devastated. Her texturing tutorials have helped me for so many years. I bought all her Mary Jane shoes over a 10 year span and took my baby boy to Livingtree this year for Halloween, thinking how nice it was that she was still here, still active after so many years. She will be seriously missed. I feel that something truly great and wonderful has left our world.
  4. Thanks for the tag, @Nika Talaj... I'd love to teach house building - it would be an enormous class inworld, so many lessons, so many parts, physics, all that texturing. And the expense...Perhaps the place to do it would be on Beta, but I don't know if that's allowed.
  5. I'm devastated. Her texturing tutorials have helped me for so many years. She will be missed. I feel that something truly great and wonderful has left our world.
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