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How to: Use SNOT bricks!
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Hello everyone! I have seen some awesome MOCs is my time, but some of the lack one of the best techniques of all time: SNOT bricks!
Now, if you are not familiar with SNOT bricks (Studs Not On Top) then you are missing out!
I put together some simple techniques you can use in you MOCs to make crazy angles, perpendicular bricks and so much more!
Feel free to take the model apart in the workshop to see how the bricks work, and feel free to use the techniques in your own MOCs.
If you want, request a technique and I'll add it to the model. Maybe I'll add a new technique every week, lol lets make it SNOT Saturday

I hope this helped (requested by Guitarman2
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Gecko out.
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atomicfart2009
4 months ago
SNOT bricks are my favorite because of its name Snot, a Mii my classmate made.
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