#936 TECHNIQUES: Tile floor technique

Today we're looking at two clever floor technique that use tiles in a far more complex way than just laying them over plates. As pictured, the techniques and are easily to construct as long as you have a border/frame to hold them. The added detail of course means these techniques, especially the one by The JackHammer are very part extensive so are therefore not suitable for large areas.

Check out both techniques here:

By jonkheer moc's: https://www.flickr.com/photos/93518101@N02/10521355086/in/photolist-cgcZp1-fwKdu1-9hw3Yf-duBQxe-7YEryA-h2JGiU-bBvFfX-cLiah1-dpYP3J-duDAb6-6LTVX6-ckWLim-aaVcdC-iHNyDZ-h4freg-77Zqwv-9zq2Wt-dd6V6c-65JJ2T-dZc21E-9zq3AZ-a1v6oo-7vcHzs-gHE3tR-9zabag-6JPNye-3x37gR-9eBYXF-3i1kNF-rThHN6-a1v6n5-bttfog-ac8S7d-eNwfGp-6JUbZy-am3ann-bqnXLK-hxR8dF-obmpD1-kHNqDH-3TRk2f-eAdfui-oWcsV8-6JU8WC-7szQW3-g8BNDJ-fr4d82-5hqFNX-6JPNsg-nTAQ7e/

By The JackHammer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t_gnL0Z8cs

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