This mod has only been in development for 1 year, 16 days. plus progress seems quite active. There was a mod for Skyrim I been watching for some time and took 3 years, 1 month to finally release.
Most impressive, there's few observations I made from other mods that take time to develop. and for those who want to read into what I have observed....
1. pro/cons of teaser images > They are great and makes people see there's progress and even give you input of your work which can keep you motivated in developing the mod. But there's an opposite effect too it makes people want the mod even more maybe even impatient, not most bite their tounges to refrain expressing their impatience to try the mod. most mature or those who have self-restraint will just express their excitement instead. which is the best.
2. Avoid making promises > like the mod I spoke of had many of these promises such as beta release by the end of the week and then two years later we are still waiting. these were very common and bad. many times people express discontent with the false claims. So if you plan to release something be certain of being ready for release find people you trust to test your mod. It is never too early to have testers, and don't make it public information
The mod looks great from the images and the little I have looked into and I cant wait to play it because this mod will be the reason I play minecraft. so thumbsup!
Wow, not only are you rude, but you're presumptuous too. Yes, it is true that' some of us including myself get excited about the mod because of the previews, but expressing one's impatience and excitement does not make them immature. As I've said with most of my post I'm fully capable of waiting and would prefer too as I know it will make the mod that much better. I'm confident that I speak for most if not all when I say our expression of impatience is not literal, but merely a reference to our level of hype. Last I checked it was perfectly fine to be excited about something and to express it.