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-Flat-maps! (To build on)
-Super Awesome Schematic Pack!
-Minecraft Builder Series
-Making Things Look Good
-Things To Build!
-Foldager Gaming Videos
-Useful Survival Things
-A circle guide.
-If you don't know what to build, pull up some images from google to inspire you.
-Texture Packs to your liking can improve the way things look a lot! My personal favorite Summerfields.
-Remember, you don't have to go for realism, let your imagination run wild onto Minecraft.
-Minecraft is YOUR world, do anything you want, you have everything you need, the tools and the materials, do anything you dream of.
-There aren't any physics in Minecraft, so don't hold back when building your creations!
-Planning out your build makes it really easy and well put together in the end.
-The "Golden" Ratio.
-Symmetry can help make your creations look more neat and tidy but not everything has to be symmetrical.
-It's easier if you know how or what you want to build so try and choose a theme to build around, like Defense, Luxury, Modern, Futuristic, Med-evil, ect.
-Before you start building know which blocks you will use, create a palette of blocks to build with as an artist chooses the paint they paint with. You should generally use about 3-5 blocks for the majority of the design.
-Despite Minecraft being a game of blocks, you can also build many different shapes.
-Location adds atmosphere, a wooden lodge just doesn't fit in a desert.
-If you make structures more than 1 block thick you can make a different interior material and also use a different exterior.
-You can use anything to build! Crafting benches, furnaces, even cake!
-Use blocks in any way possible, slabs can create windows, stairs can make chairs.
-Max out your space, bigger is better.
-Remember, your structure looks smaller from the inside.
-Exterior lighting is just as important as interior lighting.
-Diagonal builds and curves contrast the blockiness of Minecraft, its a neat effect!
Aesthetics (Touching up)
-Switch up your materials!
-Add in little details like flowers or trees, touch things up a bit.
-Put glowstone behind your paintings. They are translucent and appear much brighter and more vivid with glowstone behind them.
-Add frames around your windows. For example, if your walls are made of Planks, use raw wood to outline the windows.
-Use different materials to make patterns!
-A whole thread on interior design!
(Aesthetic or Furniture Mods Here)
Examples (Cool stuff goes here!)
(Need more of these!)
(Current Projects needed too)
Remember the list is constantly growing, suggest your own ideas. If you want help, just tell me in a post and I'll try my best to help you out .