TimberSurf wrote:Advice from Timbologist is not to have tiles directly above each other! Like brickwork, offset the design by 1/2 a tile on each level, if you can. It breaks up the joins to the eye and is stronger.
Advice especially apt for roof tiles! For strength I usually glue tiles or bits of tiles over the joins on the back / inside (or underside in the case of roofs).
In this case Timbersurf it doesn't matter about the design as it's all going to be covered in a second face coat of plaster so you won't really see the stone repetition.
I was actually thinking earlier, that's one mould type that's missing from the range. Moulds of just multiple half width tiles in stone, brick or wood so you can cast 6 -8 half tiles at a time. Half tiles are very useful.
@joshv8. Yes a very rare item indeed! I wonder if scalecast will ever produce one?
@Mountain. I've still not finished the van but it was useful to understand the size of this LINKA LEVIATION.
@Dublo. First rounds on me.