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MerelyMyself wrote: Square, Open, Bendy, and the video's Fancy set all make pretty obvious visual sense, but there is no pentagonal, hexagonal, septagonal, octagonal, nonagonal, or decagonal joint in the Bendy set. So how is it managing to join them so nicely?
MerelyMyself wrote:Any ideas?
MerelyMyself wrote:Here's something that I'd like confirmed: When creating custom joints, whatever faces are meant to be attached to the pipes must be square, yes? No 3 or 5+ connecting faces?
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