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SNOT (Studs not on top)

Smoking gun

Mosaic



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  May 4, 2012
The mosaic would be considered an illegal technique as the cheese wedges are held in by friction and not attached by a stud. A clever technique, but not stable and likely to stress the pieces. I'm not entirely sure what Tim was trying to imply when he said studs on side isn't a SNOT technique, I presume he means laying a brick on its side without connecting it is not a SNOT technique, but laying studs on their side most certainly is.
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  May 1, 2012
Quoting The Timinater ! love the smoking gun! but SNOT is actually having the pieces going sideways, or up-side-down, not just having a flat surface :)
It is on its side
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  May 1, 2012
TIminator is right, But its OK. Everybody does that sometimes. The Smoking gun Technique is pretty Good. Timinator is also wrong, You do have studs on the side.
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  May 1, 2012
love the smoking gun! but SNOT is actually having the pieces going sideways, or up-side-down, not just having a flat surface :)
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  April 29, 2012
Nice! I like the smoking gun techniques!
 
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