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Interesting, but i've never been a fan of pixel "staircases", the most i can, the most i avoid them.
Love the W
@AFT: Me either, but when I threw this together, my mom was yelling at me to come down for dinner :P
Interesting, I wonder if you can make with the real diagonal ones :P
@cablecomputer: Yeah, maybe that'll work...
Here ya go, AFT and cablecomputer!
Also renamed it Xymettry.
Using squared paper would be a better option. I use A4 spiral blocks with squared sheets, 5x5 mm. Each square on the paper corresponds to one brick in FS. For me, paper and pencil works better, before I touch the computer. For larger designs, I opt for graph paper with 1 mm grid. If you have trouble finding anything useful at your local stationary store, you can print out your own squared paper using one of the several free web sites.
@Frodo7: That was just a little doodle, I am supplied with paper.
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