By Sam Wilson
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A new technique for making complex designs that are circle-based has been discovered in this tutorial video by Madlore Games, an expert on the subject. Sam Wilson of MGOBLENDERS shows how to make stairs using a special array modifier available only since version 2.8 – it’s akin to radial arrays found elsewhere but with many more options! This shortcut will save designers time when creating their own templates or game levels requiring these type objects; be sure not miss it out if you want your work progressing smoothly at fast speeds while still looking sleek as can be.
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