Have you ever needed to quickly sketch out a concept for Minecraft? We may have found the answer to your problem.
Minedraft is a web application created by Alex Cline that allows you to quickly and easily prototype your creations. This allows for much larger and complex creations to be designed without the headache!
There are a plethora of blocks that you can use, as well as mobs and other well-known Minecraft creatures that will complete the look.
When you're ready to show off your creation, Minedraft provides you with a link to share your creations with others. Here's the URL for one that we've made above: http://minedraft.net...7f79220b4000002
Looks good!Now it's going to be much easier to explain certain designs, especially when it's about redstone. No more need for roses and mushrooms resembling torches and redstone dust.I'm definitely going to use this, maybe you can also add a link to the website in the comment field? That would make it a bit easier. Hmm why are there these HTML tags in my comment?
For some reason, when ever I place a large amount of blocks, maybe something like 50, it starts to lag a lot for me. For example, I loaded up the one that is above, and it took a good 25 seconds for me to place something. Is anyone else having this problem.
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I am the bone of my sword
Steel is my body, and fire is my blood
I have created over a thousand blades
Unknown to death, Nor known to life
Have withstood pain to create many weapons
Yet, those hands will never hold anything
So as I pray, Unlimited Blade Works
Useful for showing others how to build a structure. (Mob traps, obsidian farms, etc.) Just do bird's eye view diagrams of each level. 3D modeling would be useful but this is handy until someone comes up with a 3D version.
This will definitely save me some time. I'm not that skilled at visualizing in my head before building, so I usually sketch it out on paper first. This seems much easier and more accurate than trying to sketch a bunch of cubes to scale, or using graphing paper.
I can see how some people wouldn't consider it useful with missing the third dimension, but being able to see if, say, your log cabin base would look better with all wood planks, or be better with all birch wood before you actually build it seems like a good use to me.