Welcome once again to the third in a series on prim efficiency in building. These tutorials are geared especially to beginner-/intermediate-level builders; I try to make them as easy-to-follow as I can, but if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask them. Let me know what you think, and show them to your friends!
OK, so, today I’ve got a handful of low prim table ideas. If you make a simple table with four legs, you’re using five prims already. Never mind if you want any kind of detail. These tables, however, have no more than two prims apiece. They don’t need any scripting–we’ll leave that to the chairs, later on–so they should be pretty simple.
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