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Also, sorry to ask for more, but: could you show me what your side-by-side construction looks like from the other side? (I can't use LDD myself until I update my super-old OSX install)
Mind blown! The 33 deg isn't actually the angle of the slope (i just got my protractor out!). Looks like its 33 deg from centre of the anti-stud on the base of the brick, up to the base of the opposite stud at the top of the brick as shown rather crudely below. Apparently I do learn something new every day :-)
If it's for a wall using just the small slopes will give a more even and realistic consistent 'stone' size, even allowing for a few other shades of grey to give better natural variation. Using 3x1 slopes with 3x2 also allowed for overlaps, stronger and again more realistic. Just depends what its for