Noticed a peculiarity with the way water fills in on chiseled blocks. is it by design that not all chiseled spaces get filled in and if so how can I predict the out come. last row that is blocked by ancient timber is understand as timber blocks were placed first but all others had a opportunity to fill in with water
Wow… This is a fascinating scientific discovery we’ve got right here.
So, did you place in each row and then chisel the blocks? I feel like the outcome may have been different if you had placed and then chiselled each block one by one, however tedious that may be
Nonetheless the outcome you got seems a bit off
both, “place block and chisel” and make a row then chisel. water fills all gaps till next row of blocks was placed and that is when i noticed some rows the water displaced out. might be something with neighbor block orientation or even or odd grid. will have to experiment more later. Just curios if anyone knew.
What are the coordinates of this location?
You should try chiselling each of the remaining corners with a titanium precise chisel.
I reckon it’ll be because of just 1 corner blocking it, where the x,y,z coordinates meet. (Possibly at the north east top corner)
I will give it a try, can you use two different chisels on the same block? this will open up so many new frustrations --“i mean options” to work with. I am practicing what i want here on the water so that i can not die using it on the lava like i want.
If you’ve made a half block (either slab or wall), you can still use either square or bevel chisels on it