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https://flic.kr/p/4Pw3yd | Bracket | Another, slightly different technique that uses the 5:2 rule. A 1 x 1 plate is 8mm x 8 mm x 3.2 mm (excluding the stud). So, multiplying the width by 2 gives you a 16mm dimension. Multiplying the height by 5 also gives you 16mm. Bingo! the 5:2 ratio. Now, to throw in a wrinkle is this type of bracket which has a 1.6mm thick vertical surface. The face of the tile and the adjacent bricks will be flush.

https://flic.kr/p/4Pw3yd | Bracket | Another, slightly different technique that uses the 5:2 rule. A 1 x 1 plate is 8mm x 8 mm x 3.2 mm (excluding the stud). So, multiplying the width by 2 gives you a 16mm dimension. Multiplying the height by 5 also gives you 16mm. Bingo! the 5:2 ratio. Now, to throw in a wrinkle is this type of bracket which has a 1.6mm thick vertical surface. The face of the tile and the adjacent bricks will be flush.

Hey folks, I& never seen this done before, so I thought I& share. Each tile is spaced a plate width a stud width) from the surrounding tiles. Made less parts intensive by the new part included in the TRU snowman impulse set.

Ronde toren

This was the original technique I considered for the Pillar of Flesh creation. Although I preferred the realism of the tiles, the technique was difficult to stack up to make a tower.

Tablescrap Tutorial #03 - Crossbow Openings | by AK_Brickster

Here are some tablescraps I made up to demonstrate different useful castle techniques for a presentation that I gave to ArchLUG last weekend.

Build pairs of a corner plate and tile like shown in the top area and put them on top of each other. The result is a cool brick pattern.  This is a quite funny technique that makes use of the relatively new corner tiles. Indead: this pattern is only possilble with those spezific tiles. I hope you like it!  |  by legostrator  - another wall technique

Build pairs of a corner plate and tile like shown in the top area and put them on top of each other. The result is a cool brick pattern. This is a quite funny technique that makes use of the relatively new corner tiles. Indead: this pattern is only possilble with those spezific tiles. I hope you like it! | by legostrator - another wall technique

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