Is that a suit or an overcoat? (Your profile pic)
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May 16, 2015Posted in: Skins
Wonderful. Here are my suggestions:
White tie waistcoats, shirts, bow ties, tailcoats etc.
Brighter coloured suits (e.g olive) and patterned suits (check, plaid, etc).
Double breasted evening suits/tuxedos.
Smoking jackets and evening trousers as an alternative to Black Tie.
Brighter colours for waistcoats.
Opened versions of all the clothing, except for waistcoats, shirts etc.
Double breasted waistcoats.
Flat caps/ newsboy hats.
Monk strap shoes.
more colours for overcoats.
"Slim Fit"/ non-removeable versions of everything, for people who want to have a better silhouette and don't care as much about removeability.
May 15, 2015Posted in: Skins
Toggleable jackets are supplied in the current skin pack. You can build your skin in Novaskin. Shirts, ties, shoes and trousers are also supplied.
May 8, 2015Posted in: Skins
Delmark, is there any chance of this pack being updated? Because I have a few suggestions.
Apr 12, 2015Posted in: Skins
Sorry for the misunderstanding. If it's a skin installer, and if you can assemble skins in that app, then it should by all means be possible.
Apr 10, 2015Posted in: Skins
there are no skins of the iOs version of minecraft, as of yet.
Apr 6, 2015Posted in: Survival Mode
I conquered an Ocean Monument a while ago and finally started to wall it off to build a Guardian Farm. It's going to be a big one with pretty OP output. In vanilla, survival it's a lot of slow, tedious work, but I made some good progress the last few days.
Click the spoiler for pics and info (warning, picture heavy).
Here's my Ocean Monument from the inside. Conquered and gutted.
The plan was to wall it off with light-blue stained glass, because it looks so much better than gravel or sand.
Starting exterior work. Marked corners with pillars, then built half-slab bridges and inner guide for gravel drops.
Wait, what? Gravel drops? Didn't I just say glass? Yup, but placing all that glass in hostile, Guardian infested waters would be very painful, so I decided to build a gravel wall inside where I want the glass. Guardians only spawn in the 58x58 area of the Monument. So after the gravel wall is in place, I can leave the area for a while to let them despawn, and then place the glass in peace.
Lots and lots of gravel!! Fortunately the ocean floor is pretty much covered in the stuff, so it's easy to come by.
Gravel wall finished. Guardians despawned. Building the glass wall outside the gravel wall (and I ran out of glass).
Fired up the auto-smelter and headed out through my Nether Hub to a distant swamp and my Blue Orchid farm.
At the orchid farm you push a button then collect the flower entities that pop up on the grass. There's a button on either end, so you just walk back and forth pushing buttons and collecting flowers. No need to harvest them. Just push the button and the farm grows them and harvests them. You just walk across and pick them up.
Finished with all the glass!! Now working on emptying the water and taking down the gravel wall (the latter being easy with the torch trick).
View from the inside...
And that's pretty much where I am now. I've got a temporary portal up on the wall for quick trips back for supplies. It connects to my Nether Hub, and from there various tunnels go to other portals. The trip to the orchid farm is a long one, even in the Nether. My spawn is on an island in a deep ocean biome, so there are no swamps anywhere near me (three monuments, though).
Dimensions of the glass wall are 62x62. Gravel wall was 60x60. When the gravel wall is gone I will have a one block space around the monument. The plan is to leave the support pillars in place and build the farm on them. Why? Because it will look cool. I have a prototype farm built in my creative world, so the design is pretty much done. Just got to build it in survival now.
What are you using it for?
Apr 4, 2015Posted in: Skins
Simply match up the delmark logos, my good sir. And wear a linen cravat. A linen cravat suits anyone.
Mar 29, 2015Posted in: Skins
Cravats are wonderful. Will one be able to knot them extravagantly?
Mar 28, 2015Posted in: Skins
A waistcoat mod? What an utterly splendid proposition, especially if the clothes fit the player model perfectly. Bulky suits look terrible.
Mar 20, 2015Posted in: Skins
All the layers of my current ensemble. I truly am dapper, am I not?
Yellow dupioni silk tie
blue shirt with white contrast collar
Red braces (Proper button ones)
Grey twill trousers
Dark brown herringbone striped waistcoat
Brown lace-up shoes
Olive glen check sports coat
Mar 13, 2015Posted in: Survival Mode
I'm building something like that on my server.
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