#915 TECHNIQUES: Detailed wall techniques

Today we're looking at two detailed yet quite simple wall techniques by Simon Hundsbichler on Flickr. Both utilise SNOT, Studs Not On Top, bricks as shown to then attach various pieces.



The first technique utilises panels as the cement between 1x1 cheese slopes and by varying the colour of the slopes an effective technique can be achieved: https://www.flickr.com/photos/138986803@N03/36421434305/in/photolist-XurnvT-R16yNK-2i1M3tK-WLZTtb-2hXUwae-H489Qq-2hZeio4-2i1k7ML-2i2LnYd-2hZx6L6-PN4kbm-SmB76u-RhWmgi-T4SLAZ-2i2sd5W-PRDwfQ-HtTwjw-2i3n2cD-GnFsYG-KmiSsh-ScFPVQ-JBk9pV-GgPm8y-J5Z8m2-JSbdrE-JAzEQ9-WLZRDj-KqNwUg-KmiUm7-L2eP1S-JjNS2m-Lbga7b-Q4PAkN-GnFwf1


In the second technique, 1x1 open studs are attached which then position the mechanical claws and tiles to create a cracked masonry pattern: https://www.flickr.com/photos/138986803@N03/33051017742/in/faves-127632387@N03/?fbclid=IwAR1lix_tJ7t3-_rRE4I77RuIRMeanifQn1Bh3tHSXm-RgaGukISQhMSr3PI


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