I don't think posting "It's a bit... Fat." and nothing else exactly qualifies as constructive criticism, which you seem to be heralding as if it were the critique of the century. Constructive criticism typically involves some sort of praise alongside an invitation to change or modify the product. I'm not advocating the comment 'then make a better one', as that is also silly. But please drop the paragon-of-critiquing-excellence bit.
Also it is not attractive to see you patting yourself on the back in every post. "I'm so impressed with myself" "Wow can't believe it only took me 7 hours, this has to be a record!"
I've posted my projects on several forums and by far, this forum is the most negative. It sucks that the official minecraft forum is one of the worst communities for sharing. This topic just broke the camels back on my decision to no longer post here and stick to other places. I honestly have not had a single positive experience here that wasn't marred by situations like this.
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May 19, 2012Dear random dude that decided to "one-up" my build because he thought someone -else- was being a douchebag:Posted in: Screenshots
I appreciate your concern over the matter. And as they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Your ship looks pretty cool, but I must beg to differ on the dimensions. I modeled my blackjack from the official Square art released in the instructional manual with the game.
And furthermore, its still far from complete. The last picture I posted was at about 40-50% completion.
Ironically, after comparing the art to my initial pictures even more, I find the true Blackjack to be even fatter than my work, and easily 2-3 times bigger than your model.
May 18, 2012Hoping to wrap this up sometime this weekend. I'm about 40% done right now, got the base model completed. Working on detailing the exterior and then need to install the below-deck casino!Posted in: Screenshots
May 4, 2012jgregersen posted a message on Narshe (FF6) fully scaled. Check it out, old school gamers!The full world file and texture pack are available for download also. See the description in the youtube video.Posted in: Screenshots
This project took quite awhile, I wanted to get a lot of detail. It's been about 2-3 weeks in the making. Hope you enjoy it!
Full video and links to the download here:
May 2, 2012Interesting that you should start this topic a few days after minePosted in: Screenshots
Not a big deal, mine will be finished tonight or tomorrow and they are different enough--I've got full scale interiors for one.
Mar 7, 2012jgregersen posted a message on [WIP] FF6 Magitek Factory!! My latest FF creation of epic proportions!Hello everyone! As usual, I have come back from a 1-2 month break to work on another inspired project from my favorite game, FF6.Posted in: Screenshots
You may have seen my recreations already, such as , , , The Blackjack, and (FF4)
I am currently working on the Magitek Factory from FF6!
-Complete 3D remake of the Magitek Factory
-Pistons... pistons everywhere!
-Espers trapped in large stasis tubes!
-Minecart ride to escape the factory after the tour
Comments/suggestions? Also, in these topics I usually like to hear from posters what locale (from FF6) they would like to see next!
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Dec 5, 2011The texture pack is a custom one I made from Chrono Trigger itself. I'm not using any default textures (the castle exterior in that picture was default Stone brick / Netherbrick but has since been changed)Posted in: Screenshots
Dec 1, 2011I wanted to do something from Chrono Trigger and Guardia Castle came to mind. Of course, the exterior is never shown in game other than the tiny overworld icon, so it left room for some artistic freedom =)Posted in: Screenshots
main floor and towers are completed inside. Just have the inn and the kitchen area left to do for basement.
Nov 30, 2011jgregersen posted a message on [WIP] Final Fantasy 6 - Figaro, South Figaro, Blackjack, and more...Project is finished! A video of the result can be found here:Posted in: Screenshots
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