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Using a chisel

Discussion in 'General FTB chat' started by JTeam1, Feb 22, 2017.

  1. JTeam1

    JTeam1 New Member

    Ok so I am new to Sky Factory and I am trying to use a chisel. I can get it to break the block into smaller pieces but the chisel wont change the look of the block. What am I doing wrong.
     
  2. Evice_

    Evice_ New Member

    If you are referring to the chisel mod, you right click the chisel, and a gui should open up where you may place the block you wish to chisel. Most blocks should work, but then again a lot of mods aren't compatible with it.
     
  3. MacAisling

    MacAisling Popular Member

    You are using the wrong chisel. Sounds like you are using the Chisels & Bits chisel, which breaks the blocks down into individual bits you can pixel art with.
     
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  4. JTeam1

    JTeam1 New Member

    I made the chisel with stone and iron. Stick on the left and stone/iron in the middle. It won't work when I left click. It only breaks them into small blocks like mac said. Which chisel do I need to craft.
     
  5. missHPfan2

    missHPfan2 Member

    The Chisel 2 chisels are the ones you want. They're crafted with a stick and an iron ingot diagonally. You can then right click with it to open a GUI, with a slot on the left for blocks. The other slots show what you can make. There is also a diamond variant of this chisel. Chiseling stacks in one go by shift-clicking only uses one durability on the chisel, btw.
     
  6. JTeam1

    JTeam1 New Member

    Ah. Thanks. Will have to try that out tonight and thanks for the tip about stacks.


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  7. Hambeau

    Hambeau Over-Achiever

    You are also using the "Chisel & Bits" chisel, intended for "sculpting" blocks into heretofore impossible shapes, embed bits of a different color into stock blocks, etc. You want the other one, I want to say the mod is "Chisel" but I may be wrong, whose sole purpose is strictly changing the "skin" of the block into another pre-defined look.
     

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