You can create all the T's and X's using combinations of the corner parts.
For example, using the 4 ins-I** corners, I can make a central X like so:
(Note that the ins-IB* parts are at the front and the ins-IF* parts at the back
in this particular case.)
Similarly, by combining ins-I** and ins-O** you could also create L shapes if
Hope that makes sense :-)
On 3 May 2011, at 21:03, Kai Sterker wrote:
> On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 9:25 PM, James Nash <[email protected]> wrote:
>> What do you think?
> Nearly perfect!
> What I am wondering a little bit ... this only covers walls for the
> buildings outside. Where you have both the turquoise and purple bit.
> But what about inner walls, where you only have the turquoise, but
> twice(?) as thick? And don't you also need T-pieces then?
> But maybe I am simply not getting it and it will all work out
> perfectly by combining the proper turquoise or purple pieces to make
> inner and outer Ts and straights and whatnot.
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