I'm eager to build on ROBLOX, but I one thing that comes up a lot that I need in my builds is C-Framing. I've attempted, but I could never seem to get the hang of it. Is there some sort of trick to it? Or is it just natural skill? If anything can be answered here it would be very much appreciated. I could be using wrong plugins or something, is there any recommended ones for C-Framing?
I'm afraid that this isn't scripting related question. Roblox studio already has built in tools that let you rotate bricks and position them anywhere(which is CFrame in nutshell - a coordinate frame).
Well I didn't use a plugin to C Frame I just use the move tool and move blocks into each other.
You can choose from 1 stud, 1/5th stud and Off. You can find these options in the new Studio left to the "Part" button. I would recommend using 1/5th studs for accuracy, since "Off" needs a bit of skill to use.
I don't think there is a secret and it's not natural. To c frame amazing art of games or structures, it takes time as it is very hard if you just rush it.
Just use the rotate tool.
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