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Brick-doodle baseplates mounted to wall and ceiling

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Post  P_Thorne on Thu May 24, 2012 7:32 am

Originally reported on Total Geekdom and repeated on the Makezine Blog, an AFOL has created a build area on his(?) wall and ceiling by permanently mounting 26 blue baseplates. My reaction: He must be very tall, and even so, those are awkward angles to be placing bricks. Also, if he finds this to be a useful solution to his brick-doodling, it says something about his preferred brick-genres -- these are unsuitable for free-standing models, e.g., anything with wheels.
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Re: Brick-doodle baseplates mounted to wall and ceiling

Post  Uniblab on Thu May 24, 2012 4:50 pm

I don't see any problems with placing bricks on any of those surfaces...

It all looks good to me!
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Re: Brick-doodle baseplates mounted to wall and ceiling

Post  Josh R. on Fri May 25, 2012 2:22 pm

This is a great idea for expanding your building space. I might just try this myself.

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Re: Brick-doodle baseplates mounted to wall and ceiling

Post  Kreativ Snail on Fri May 25, 2012 6:12 pm

I would be fine with wall plates, but for some odd reason, things that high just don't seem to interst me. Very Happy snail
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