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    How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    Ok,
    Today i am going to show you.
    How to spare 10 whole seconds of a base makers life!

    hoorah!
    kay i'll shutup now :3

    how to do it?

    simple!
    we're going to fill in those empty head circles that either take time to adjust the head to the right size, or fill in with lines.


    well this isn't too complicated so only a short tutorial here.
    first we'll take this head here. (the good old default sticks little head)


    Now lets fill that gap in with a couple of clicks that will take a MAXIMUM of 15 seconds. opposed to what could take a WHOLE minute.

    mayby more if you have a larger circle figure that has a length or thickness of 70 or something.

    we're going to take the length of the stick. and swap the number with the thickness with the stick as shown below.

    Voila! You now have a shaded head, good for you.
    pretty cool, eh? mess around with different lengths and what not.
    Obviously you cannot use this technique if you have a length of over 100.


    BUT!
    To use this effectively.
    make a joint with the length that sits the head just touching from the neck so that the head sits properly.


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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    HAHA thats quite the little time saver, so basically if you want a certain thickness head with a certain hieght fille, swap the numbers around.

    thanks for sharing, If you added pictures this coule go in the tutorial section .
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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    wow never thought of that, that will save base makers 10 more seconds on their life
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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    wow i really didnt think i'd get this much positive response :P
    lol
    yeah i'll write a tut.


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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    Yeah but you need to include more though.
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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    Nothing more to include, request it to get moved to the tutorial section.
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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    Moved to Pivot Chat*

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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    There's plenty more to include. In the actual "switching numbers" area, it's completely unclear to me.
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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    Quote Originally Posted by ipwnall
    There's plenty more to include. In the actual "switching numbers" area, it's completely unclear to me.
    Nice bump ipn

    Might wanna change it to a question or something.
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    Re: How to instantly fill in a circle :O

    Now base makers can use the extra ten seconds to save the world from unfilled heads.


 
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