I have a number of exciting new releases to tell you about this week. But first, many of you will know from reading my posts and listings that I often claim Worlds End products are not only some of the highest quality you will find anywhere, but also the most efficient. However I have not ever really offered any proof of this......until today *dun dun DUUUUUN*
*Angelic singing, trumpets, etc*
Considering my showroom contains a huge castle, 3 small villages, numerous forests, a large mountain with a complex cave system inside AND is almost entirely covered in mesh terrain and landscaping you can see that it uses barely any resources to run. The world starts up in a mere 7 seconds.
The above screenshot was taken facing into the center of the 4x4 region, which is generally the most resource intensive direction to look.
As you can see above, physics time is lower than that of the screenshot given on the optimize world performance page and hovers around the recommended 0.500 milliseconds, even with slightly more objects present in the world (5679 vs 5425 at the Kitey Welcome Center) and none of my scripts run any useless background calculations. https://kitely.atlassian.net/wiki/displ ... erformance
So there you go, that is about as tangible evidence as I can ever give you that Worlds End products are just as efficient as I claim they are.
Now on to the new releases!!
First up, my totally modular palisade fort. Containing a large selection of parts you can put together to create near endless variations.
The new Silver Birch Forest set comes with 10 pieces in over 60 variations. With a focus of dense groundcovers, choose from leafy undergrowth, purple clover or red poppies!
The Simple Modular Stone Wall Set - A totally retexturable, easy to setup wall system with multiple textures provided.
And finally my Cast Iron Cooking Range. Originally part of my Large Underhill House. Comes with a range of accessories.