|A murder of Bryns|
|The Long Now Orrey|
The difference with mesh though is that if i were to scale it up to the size of the Orrey she might end up costing more. You see unlike prims or sculpts mesh works will change their PE depending on their scale. So a giant Bryn could be several hundred PE or prims while a tiny Bryn could be just 1. Anyway, back to the prim trick. So when you first switch the selected prim to convex hull it sometimes shoots up to some ridiculous size. I did it for the Rabbicorn and suddenly the prim count went to something like 900 prims from 100 or so. If you are on a sim with no prim space left it will return the sculpture to your inventory which can be annoying. So make sure you have some space left for prims on the sim then switch it to convex hull and when it goes a bit mental switch it from convex to "none". Now it wont like that at all. It will say something along the lines of wtf are you doing? Just ignore that or even shake your fist at the computer then move it back to convex hull and it should chop the prim size in half or there abouts.
Lastly I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. I will be visiting my parents which means watching black and white movies, then I will be heading way up north to stay with a bunch of family in a cottage. I can't decide if that sounds fun or terrifying. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing yay! and well... being enclosed in a small space with family for three days... gah! Nah shouldn't be too bad, I have the fifth book for the Game of Thrones series so will sit by the fireplace with Baileys infused hot chocolate and read. God that sounds boring but I am so looking forward to doing that. And if you have not read the Game of Thrones do so! It's so fun to read.. nobody is safe in those books. You can think someone is an untouchable main character then poof they are suddenly killed. Anyway, happy holidays.