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Please do not send requests for help direct to me via email or PM.

Post your questions on the forum where everyone can see them and add helpful replies.
A useful site for modellers with some clever web programming from Derrick Stapleford:

http://paperbrick.co.uk

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Martin Wynne wrote: A useful site for modellers with some clever web programming from Derrick Stapleford:

http://paperbrick.co.uk
I had the same problem, but I also wanted brick arches.

http://www.bwwmrc.co.uk/bricks/index.shtml

Mike Johnson


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Looks interesting but I get an error saying there are problems with the PDF file and only one row of bricks appears


Martin Wynne wrote: A useful site for modellers with some clever web programming from Derrick Stapleford:

http://paperbrick.co.uk


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This is similar: http://www.bricksntiles.com/

Alan

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Hi all

Those of you who had problems with files from paperbrick.co.uk , please have another go, I have modified the site to produce smaller files and I hope this will help - let me know

Regards, Derrick

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Alan Turner wrote:
This is similar: http://www.bricksntiles.com/
Er, isn't it actually COMPLETELY different?

It looks like a site of texture maps for 3D rendering - very useful if your models are computer simulations - or have I missed something?

Howard
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Derrick,
you may have sorted a small problem or created a few more....... I like the flexibility your site offers and would be interested in hearing more about what and how you've achieved this. Additionally would you be interested in adding more bond patterns and could provision be made for adding in "closers". I hope you don't mind but I've compiled a few from your site and have opened them in photoshop to tweak the bond and add in the closers I need

Cheers
Steve

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Steve,
I can add bonds (depending on the bond pattern) if you let me know what bond(s) you require with a description of the bond and I will do my best. Not sure what "closers" are, can you explain?

Derrick 

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Hi Derrick
and thanks you for the kind offer and for putting your site up in the first place.
Closers are cut down bricks to fill/make up gaps in bond patterns to maintain dimension and in the structure I'm looking at usually a header brick reduced in width. The pattern I'm looking for comprises one course of headers, then three courses of stretchers then another of headers and so on and may be a garden wall bond iirc.

it may be symptomatic of some form of OCD on my part but given the locations sparseness all the details seem so much more apparent so when i got to drawing up my notes and did a test structure with available plastic sheet it didn't look right. Anyway here's some visual fodder





Cheers
Steve

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Unfortunatly there are too many patterns, which is why my program allows you to create your own patterns as well as having some pre-defined.

A link to the page was posted earlier in this thread.

Mike Johnson
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Cheers Mike, I'd missed that in my earlier skim read through. Next time I boot up into windows I'll give it a go.

Steve
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ESJAYTEE wrote:
The pattern I'm looking for comprises one course of headers, then three courses of stretchers then another of headers and so on and may be a garden wall bond iirc.

Hi Steve,

It is usually called English Garden Wall bond, but I think you will find it on Derrick's site as American Common bond.

Best Wishes,

Howard
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I found out how to add pictures. A quick example for the wall between the windows, including 1 brick length to fold round each of the sides.



Mike Johnson


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Mike,

Did you write this programme? I have to say it is really rather excellent - well done and many thanks for making it available - and even the source code!

I have not got my head round how to create patterns yet, but I will keep at it.

Best Wishes,

Howard.
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