Technique Tuesday - Sloped Tile Flooring - BrickNerd - Your place for all things LEGO and the LEGO fan community
One of the best things about the LEGO community is that we can learn from one another. Here at BrickNerd, we like to share techniques that we see from builders all around the world. . . Ulrik Hansen brings us a bit more complex technique, or at least more parts intensive for some builde
Works in real life too, just tried it. AND that hexagon piece comes in black. The bricks are canted 5 degrees in. This would work with the technic bricks and save you the headache of the stud extending out from the flush surface, but LDD won't let me =(
#786 TECHNIQUES: Window design
Today we're looking at simple yet effective window design by Jakob Escher on Flickr. Check out his post here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/158484670@N07/48611590518/in/feed The design features an ornate colour scheme and utilises the pieces well, such as the texture of the masonry bricks and profile of the arches. Pictured in the image is a breakdown of the pieces used for the main window, where various SNOT (Studs Not On Top) bricks are used to position the other pieces sideways. Just…
Build hack, if you want to join a one stud high bass with a bass plate you can join them with these two pieces
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