mrdrnose
mrdrnose
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17th July
17th July
Maybe this is was discovered, because WOOD is very old element, but i don't know.
morningwood hardwood inkowthis

Comments

  • jeffluo35
    jeffluo35
    18th July
    its cuz fire burns everything within 2 particles and only burns if there's space (PT_NONE touching), when you turn off air the smoke stays there so the bottom layer can't burn until the smoke goes away
  • Tomflocon
    Tomflocon
    18th July
    you found a bug of fire physics +1
  • LiquidPlasma
    LiquidPlasma
    18th July
    Now that is weird. Love it. But it really irritates me lol +1
  • romulusnr
    romulusnr
    18th July
    DUST and PLNT do it too.
  • TheStrangeMan
    TheStrangeMan
    17th July
    It is actually the fact that the smoke is not flying away in zero gravity, and so it blocks new fire from burning the wood. Simple really.
  • QuanTech
    QuanTech
    17th July
    so the tree that you stole this wood from was 15 years old (count the rings!) +1
  • Cliver5
    Cliver5
    17th July
    wow... Interesting
  • Sanpypr0
    Sanpypr0
    17th July
    so i did some experimenting, and in the same conditions SPNG and WAX will do something similar. +1
  • danieldan0
    danieldan0
    17th July
    +1, i have made something like this long ago. id:2097424
  • thechubbyhusky
    thechubbyhusky
    17th July
    Also, the fire and smoke has the same deco as the wood it's burning. +1