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Flooring & Tiling
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Hi, Anthony! Generally we prefer it people to have permission before starting new threads. However, I see that you did ask, several days ago, and we haven't replied to you. We dropped the ball on that one, sorry. Anyway, it's not a big deal.

In response to your actual question, here's a pretty good example (though it's in the walls, not the floors) http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/402859
Hope that helps!
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| January 2, 2015, 5:33 pm
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Quoting Anthony F
Whoops. That comment got messed up somehow!? Anyway, what I was trying to say is that I currently need some help with stone tile flooring in one of my medieval builds. The link is a picture of what I (roughly) want it to look like

Yeah, the technique that Kevin linked to is used for that kind of floor a lot... There's variations, too, like with tiles in between the slopes.
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| January 2, 2015, 6:12 pm
Quoting Anthony F
Whoops. That comment got messed up somehow!? Anyway, what I was trying to say is that I currently need some help with stone tile flooring in one of my medieval builds. The link is a picture of what I (roughly) want it to look like

You could get a LOT of cheese wedges, slopes and tiles in light grey and maybe dark tan, then fit them together really closely. That's a really tricky floor you chose, but it's probably possible to imitate... with the right pieces.
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| January 2, 2015, 6:23 pm
Quoting Anthony F
I guess you could say this is sort of related to flooring & tiling, so I am posting this here. What I need help with now is building a sort of angled road. I will post the link to a picture of what I (roughly) want it to look like

While it may not stay in place too well, I have seen people use these hinges:http://www.brickowl.com/catalog/lego-hinge-1-x-2-base-3937 and a longer (I'd say like a 6x8 or a 6x12) plate. to fill in the gaps I assume you could attach the plate to the hinge on the second or third stud down, as opposed to the first stud.

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| January 12, 2015, 7:08 pm
What about carpeting? I don't have a lot of 1x1 slopes, and I am a little stuck on my next build.
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| March 22, 2015, 1:59 pm
Quoting Brick Boy
What about carpeting? I don't have a lot of 1x1 slopes, and I am a little stuck on my next build.

Try using colored tiles, or SNOTed bricks.
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| March 22, 2015, 2:15 pm
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Quoting Brick Boy
What about carpeting? I don't have a lot of 1x1 slopes, and I am a little stuck on my next build.

SNOTed carpets usually work best.
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| March 22, 2015, 2:21 pm
Thanks guys. I think this will be my best build yet.
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| March 23, 2015, 2:49 pm
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