I Just Wanted To Show A Recap Of My House And The Cave On The Community!

I just wanted to do a recap and reupload all of the pictures that I lost during the VPS crash. I put in a new fence and I put in new lights and the barn and the automatic chicken coop and I made furniture for the inside of the house. And as always I hope that you enjoy today’s update and check back soon with “The MC Nation” for future updates.

 

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  1. SashaS

    September 26, 2017 at 9:16am

    Nice and clean! I guess you're going for that minimal, consistent aesthetic – in which case you've pulled it off really well!

    If you want to add a touch of detail, and I'm going from this picture alone, I'd recommend the following:

    In your fenced up animal area, add some hay or podzol or a similar brown block (even gravel) to the ground to give it some color and break up the monotony. Perhaps even dig out a block and pour water into it so your pigs don't get thirsty. Adding gravel anywhere on the ground sort of adds a sense of depth and realism.

    Perhaps put trapdoors above or below the windows on the houses to give that extra dimension, they can then of course be opened or closed depending on how you want them, providing two different looks. But yeah, looking fresh otherwise.

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    Soulwatcher

    September 26, 2017 at 10:41am

    SashaS

    Nice and clean! I guess you're going for that minimal, consistent aesthetic – in which case you've pulled it off really well!

    If you want to add a touch of detail, and I'm going from this picture alone, I'd recommend the following:

    In your fenced up animal area, add some hay or podzol or a similar brown block (even gravel) to the ground to give it some color and break up the monotony. Perhaps even dig out a block and pour water into it so your pigs don't get thirsty. Adding gravel anywhere on the ground sort of adds a sense of depth and realism.

    Perhaps put trapdoors above or below the windows on the houses to give that extra dimension, they can then of course be opened or closed depending on how you want them, providing two different looks. But yeah, looking fresh otherwise.

    If you click the continue reading original post it will take you to the blog link with all 33 pictures. This website has both a blog and a forum. 😉

  3. ballyhara

    September 26, 2017 at 11:01am

    Hey Soulwatcher this is another great building there. I totally love the torches around the fence, it is pretty clean and organized. You definitively have an awesome sense of how using the space you have. Well done!

  4. Mariana

    September 27, 2017 at 5:57am

    Ah, I finally see the inside of your house furnished. I was waiting for it. I gotta admit you have a good sense for designing. I really love that red carpet that goes down the middle of the room… I don't know why but it gives it a very cozy and homey feeling. Maybe that's just me 😀

    I can't believe how fast you're progressing though. I know that you've said you play only a few hours per day but you really maximize your playtime and build great things! I should be more disciplined like you, haha. I always tend to wander off and explore.

  5. wallet

    September 27, 2017 at 1:25pm

    I really like it, you have worked very much but I think that the satisfaction of seeing such a great creation does not have any competition. I am usually creating smaller and easier stuff, you are always creating more complex and big things there.
    It looks magical, Minecraft is a great game but your creation makes it even better to watch.
    Congratulation for your work!

  6. SashaS

    September 28, 2017 at 12:46pm

    Soulwatcher

    If you click the continue reading original post it will take you to the blog link with all 33 pictures. This website has both a blog and a forum. 😉

    Aye, I didn't know that, thanks for letting me know, haha! I'm still new to this whole forum and how it works. I really like your building style though. Wouldn't say I'm much of a "master builder" but I'm getting there. Hopefully one day I'll be as good as the likes of Keralis and Grian – my two favourite YouTubers for builds. Can't go a day without inspiration from online sources – it helps a lot. Sometimes even looking at images of real builds (like, real life or renders made in programs such as Autodesk Homestyler or whatever they call it these days for interior designers) can help a lot.

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