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https://flic.kr/p/wnTYQw | roughly 60 degree slope technique | When I watched one of Nick Trotta's awesome videos I noticed that he created a buildable slope like this. It seems to align very well in his video, but not in Bricksmith. I didn't know about this relation, but like it. Seems like an efficient way to create a good looking angle.

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Here are some tablescraps I made up to demonstrate different useful castle techniques for a presentation that I gave to ArchLUG last weekend. I hope you enjoy, and feel free to share these with others.

Here are some tablescraps I made up to demonstrate different useful castle techniques for a presentation that I gave to ArchLUG last weekend. I hope you enjoy, and feel free to share these with others.

https://flic.kr/p/qKSzXz | inverted-brick-with-clip | I'm trying to put together a SNOT reference. Details on this technique can be found here.

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I'm sure loads of people have already done this... don't know why I didn't think of it sooner! Using jumpers with 1x4 bricks with grooves. Not entirely sure what use it will be - I think it will be great to create stable interlocking sections in models (the three parts are not attached) Breakdown is here A use of this technique is here Thought of a name for this technique - the Groovy Jumper!

I'm sure loads of people have already done this... don't know why I didn't think of it sooner! Using jumpers with 1x4 bricks with grooves. Not entirely sure what use it will be - I think it will be great to create stable interlocking sections in models (the three parts are not attached) Breakdown is here A use of this technique is here Thought of a name for this technique - the Groovy Jumper!

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