I'm working in spaces in multiples of 16 block squares. This one is four squares, and looks really good in the Invictus resource pack, (not sure about any others). I fell it could be good for survival as it is well lit at night, but it might suck to try and find Acacia and Jungle wood near by as well as all the flowers.
These are some pictures of a new project I just started. I would like some advice about what I should do to improve the outside, I will handle the inside on my own for now. Also If any of you people have any ideas about how I should make the walls angle-in then please tell me. Thank you for reading this btw.
Not a build yet Per say but I'm currently in the middle of building an highway or road on Minecraft Bedrock Beta port. Today while filling in bridge supports I came across this little baby zombie villager getting a piggy back ride off of a daddy zombie. This is more so likely a bug and will be patched at some point but thought I'd share the screenshot of it.
Vanilla Bedrock port, no add'ons or textures besides the default pack enabled.
A beautiful screenshot of my simple house in my let's play (it's Russian, tho) world. I started using this screenshot as a wallpaper on my PC since I took it.
If you're interested in looking at my builds, there's a link to vid which I've recorded on this map :
Been a while since I last posted here, but I decided to post some pics from my latest project in my Wak Ka' Múul Chronicles Minecraft series, which was converting a naturally-spawned Witch Hut about 1200m west of Wak Ka' Múul (my main base at spawn) into a forward outpost. I did this for the purposes of setting up clay mining operations in the surrounding swamp biome, which, in a tradition dating back to my days of posting Civilization III AARs, I've dubbed The Western Ukki-Mukki Swamp.
Not bad for about an hour's worth of work, if I don't say so myself. Now building the road to the swamp from Wak Ka' Múul, on the other hand, was a royal pain: The best route I could find, in terms of safety (e.g. not crossing ravines or going through lava pits), ease of construction (i.e. lack of ginormous mountains or lots of water needing to be bridged) & distance still required me to divert to the south a ways before coming back north, and even also required building at least one 40m tunnel through a mountain and 7 bridges across rivers & shallow lakes....