The 5 wide windows cause the plates to stick out into the rooms. I dont know if there is any solution to this though. The other thing is the fireplaces. Having the first floor one behind the staircase and the second at the top of the stairs doesnt make sense to me - too much of a fire hazard and also poor heating.
I especially like your solution to the roof-peak...
Is there a pic that shows the interior of the stable?
Do you think this house will still be together by the time Henry reaches you?
I didn't even know they made 1x1s in that colour.
The 5 wide windows are totally new to me, but I LOVE them. I've got to try that one of my next MOCs.
jb wrote:That is a problem with the 5-wide technique. If the window is in a plain wall, 1x4 tiles can be used to plug the gaps. The shutter holders hold the plates from falling out on one side, and a properly placed intertior feature can hold them from the inside. I did it this way with the butcher. If you use 2 2x2 tiles to plug the gaps you can make windows that can stick out, like on henry's house and the atilliator. I could have done a little better job blending the interior 'features' added by the 2x2 tiles and making them into something positive.
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