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**DB1999****Member**

How big is one cube? I'm building a map, but I think I did the scaling wrong.

Thank you!

*Last edited by DB1999 (2014-12-06 13:20:16)*

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**spikeymikey0196****Member**

It depends on the gridsize you're using :3

Assuming that the player model is around 6ft (1.83 metres).

It takes 5 blocks on gridsize 2 to match that of the height of the player model.

1.83 / 5 = 0.366 (or 0.37 for now).

so each block on gridsize 2 is 0.37 metres or 37 centimetres.. so one block on gridsize 3 is double that with a length, height and depth of 74 centimetres :3

Everytime you go up a gridsize, just double the amount of centimetres.

Hope this helps :3

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**RaZgRiZ****Moderator**

If you're trying for uber realistic schematics on whatever you're building you may want to get an application actually capable of supporting both decimals and odd corners and angles?

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**DB1999****Member**

@spikey

Thanks a lot!

@RaZgRiZ

I'm trying to make it realistic, but not so precise. Thanks for your advice!

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