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A simple way to make mosaic with basic bricks.
A good gift for your valentine.
Remind you, you must use a lot of 1x2 cheese, otherwise the build won't be so easy.
I have tested it many times -- pieces won't fall out.
I think 16x16 will be an optimum size of this kind of creation.

32836533948_ac926aa58a_c.jpgIMG_4450 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr

46658831832_60ea450acd_c.jpgIMG_4453 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr

46711510001_2808bb7819_c.jpgIMG_1029 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr

16x16 baseplate
98 1x1 tiles (any colour)

45986845494_9ddd567a41_c.jpgIMG_1031 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr

98 1x1 bricks (any colour)
1 layer of reddish brown bricks to build the edge
46658866492_a825c184a0_c.jpgIMG_1052 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr

Insert 1x2 cheese into the holes.
Second layer of reddish brown bricks to build the edge.

45796205065_54efdea58e_c.jpgIMG_1053 by skcheung730, 於 Flickr

Insert 1x1 cheese into the holes.
Finished.

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This is ingenious. The pattern is fantastic, with a lovely finished product. Well done. 

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Yeah, you can get a surprising amount of detail into a small space that way. One improvement for the edges / border is to use plates, then tiles to top off. Not only does it give a studless, smooth border, but gives the edges extra strength. If you use bricks, they risk popping off and the cheese slopes falling out.

I like the way you have built it to stand upright held in place by the 2L cheese slopes - I've done quite a few as floors and you don't need all that extra engineering underneath!

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Great way to assemble a mosaic this way even if it's not attached with anything.

Edited by TeriXeri

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