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The Virtues of SNOT
Quoting Blake Buehl
Hi, This is my Class. Feel Free to ask any questions SNOT Related. I'll post tutorials too.

Mr. Buehl, what's the advantages of SNOT? I just don't see any.

| December 6, 2009, 4:53 pm
Quoting Blake Buehl
There are so many of them, depending on how you use it. The Advantages of SNOT are Studless Ground, Quick Tiled Floor, Easy Platforms, and Wall Detail(With Printed Plates). Those Are just a few, and SNOT doesn't just mean Floor, it's used for Angles on StarWars Ships, like the Star Destroyer. Even you have snot on your Buddy Icon, for a wall. It's used for Clocks, Roofs, Eyes, Headlights, and that's not even Half of the uses. By the way, Mr. Buehl is my Father, I'm just Blake. :)

Thank you, Blake! This will REALLY help when building. I've been relying too much on baseplates.
| December 6, 2009, 7:19 pm
Quoting Juan C.
And this is what convinced me to take this class=P

Hey Juan. I'm taking this class too. I've made a couple of SNOT things a while ago but I'm looking for some tips to improve!
| December 13, 2009, 10:53 am
Quoting Blake Buehl
Your first asignment is to build a SNOT 8x8 baseplate, and post it. Make sure it's the right size by puting it on top of an 8x8 piece. It's OK if it's a little over or under. (You make these with Walls on there sides)
Well I used a whole bunch of SNOT on this: Can I enter this even though it's not on a baseplate?

| December 24, 2009, 8:44 am
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