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Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 6:09:48 PM | Stone work help

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Hello,

 Ok I know a lot of us out there have worked on projects with stone veneer.  What is the best way to put hatch on our walls.  I am using the Carolina Ledgestone Model Pattern on my stone material.  But it is not pretty.  I don't like that hatch at all.  We've been using a hatch pattern that looks like ashlar (look at attached image). 

The way I drew the image onthe right was use model lines and hand draft those lines to appear in both elevation and 3D.  But when we move a wall, those lines then float in space.  Is there anyway to make/find a hatch pattern that is similar to the ashlar and use it as a model hatch?  I don't care if it covers the entire wall.  I just care that it has the same rhythm to it.  Thanks

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Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 10:04:50 PM | Stone work help

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Does 9.1 have split face tool?

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Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 10:31:56 PM | Stone work help

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Yes why do you ask?

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Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 10:38:20 PM | Stone work help

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1) use the split face to add your pattern to certain areas of your wall to give the effect you want ... or

2) create your own pattern to do what you want 


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Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 11:10:45 PM | Stone work help

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Is creating my own pattern what I already did?  My main concern isn't having it on the wall partially.  It's finding a stone hatch that actually looks good.  Or find an Ashlar stone hatch pattern.  Anybody know of any?

 


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