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  1. I could do something with that for the inverted slopes, combining both of the inverted into one area, and filling it with some snot fitted angled plates. I am trying to get it stud-less in that area, but i'll see what I can do. Thanks for the tip.
  2. I'm more of a visual guy... do you have an example?? I did SNOT some 1x2 Slopes for the Inverted Areas, but there is still alot of air space around them.
  3. I am trying to build a model with some Sloping 45° Corners, Standard and Inverted. http://www.mecabrick...els/8mkjAgDpaZG The 4x Different Shaded Green Sloped Corners are not in Lego's Arsenal. The Corner Assembly on the Left is what I am trying to achieve. (it is lots of illegal parts crammed together to make the correct shape) The one in the Middle is the best I could come up with to mimic it. And the one on the Right was just playing around with plates to see what I could come up with.
  4. Resurreciting an old thread here.... I've found the some of the current programs out there that will allow you to upload a 3D Model, and convert it to Lego: LSculpt BrickR Brickify But they all convert the 3D Model to only Bricks and/or Plates. Is there any out there that use Tiles, Slopes, Curves, etc. Basically the entire Lego parts library??? Bill