The hat finder’s guide to cheese 🧀

For the first couple of steps, follow @EggNoodle ’s guide. Come back when you have finished the outline.

Once you have an outline, place two barriers. I would personally recommend keeping the default color of the barriers. Rotate and size change the barriers to look about like this:


Then, fit them inside of your outline like this,
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Next, create a couple circular barriers and spread them around the yellow parts.

And now, you’ve got a cheese!

Notes

Make sure barrier transparency is 1
Make sure barrier outline is off
Guide made completely on mobile

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Nice guide!
Why do people make cheese with holes?
Why are the holes black? Are they parasites?
Could you make blue cheese?

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@GimSolver Cheese with holes


Merry Christmas!

Also nice guide Hat!

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It has to do with carbon dioxide creating air bubbles in it while it’s being produced.
They are black to create a sense of depth.
No, they are not parasites.
I could, but I don’t care enough to.

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Nice guide! This is a different way to make cheese without using the prop and emojis

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Did any of you read the notes? Just a question.

Can you make a guide on how to make a glass of orange juice please?

you could take the prop and make it larger
but ok if you want to do that

It’s stuck on a plate.

I guess. Just give me a bit.

would you rather put a piece of cheese on the floor or
on a plate on the floor
like seriously what would you prefer

Well, a ceramic plate is an option so just have regular cheese and add the plate later.

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hey could you make like exploding cheese
I mean I know its possible but will you put it in a game or something?

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and not trying to be plate-ist, but it’s stuck on a wooden plate, which doesn’t really fit well with a ceramic plate background/setting/theme/whats-the-word

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A modern theme? If that’s what you mean, I agree.

you are right about that
there’s like a 1500 year difference or something

Uhh… Isn’t this just my cheese guide but with a slightly different design?

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except yours looked and tasted metallic

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So we’re creating variations of cheese, huh? Can’t gims change that themselves? You don’t create a guide on everything…

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Oh, and in my previous guide, I had to use metal props because rotatable barriers weren’t a thing back then…

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