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supreme house asian style

supreme house asian style

I enjoyed building this it was fun, I would like to build the rest of the set later on
 
by jobox
on January 25th, 2013 10:07 AM EST
supreme house asian style

supreme house asian style

dude i made one of these
 
by funnyguy27000
on January 24th, 2013 09:11 PM EST
[Mob Arena] Huskarl

[Mob Arena] Huskarl

This looks really fun, nice job.
 
by splinteredvoyagers
on January 24th, 2013 09:05 AM EST
Small chapel

Small chapel

Honestly just looks like a modified villager church..
 
by Chakyl
on January 23rd, 2013 06:13 PM EST
Evil Castle with In-Door swimming pools

Evil Castle with In-Door swimming pools

A very "unusual" structure because room seems to have been built (bay a separate person) into a larger space with limited resources rather than constructing walls to divide up the larger space leaving each room like a "baloon" in that space with lots of "dead" space in between and underneath filled with hostile mobs.
Also, it "floated" over a lake with no visible means of support.
There is a feeling that it could have been "finished off" on a creative map.
 
by globecollector
on January 23rd, 2013 05:32 AM EST
Great area

Great area

Nice little "town square" with matching design buildings on the four sides. Makes a very compact little "villiage".
 
by globecollector
on January 23rd, 2013 05:24 AM EST
Donator Room

Donator Room

Not sure what its purpose was/is for, just a whole lot of little rooms which are empty plus two "dead" rooms in the corner with no entrance/exit.
Neat-Crisp lines and stylish colour scheme.
 
by globecollector
on January 23rd, 2013 05:21 AM EST
Ice Fortress

Ice Fortress

Amazing design!
 
by Ethanomous99
on January 22nd, 2013 02:19 PM EST
3d skull house

3d skull house

There was no computerized scanning involved
 
by jobox
on January 21st, 2013 04:49 PM EST
Kleine Hütte

Kleine Hütte

Dear Daluma,

Minecraft Schematics is an international database of schematics, so the official language we use is english. You can leave a part of your description in German, but you need also a version in English. Of course, the title need to be in English.
 
by Endimmion
on January 21st, 2013 03:35 PM EST
Blocks Ahoy Hotel

Blocks Ahoy Hotel

Similar experience to Tsaupaetra. The stairwell was very dark and a lot of hostile MOBs, particularly creepers, spawned there. Luckily it was a creative map and no damage was done. I will probably remove the entire stairwell and replace it with something a lot more functional, aesthetically pleasing and well lit.
The ground floor was nice and what one would expect from a hotel. The guest floors were well done too. The suite at the top could have been better lit and isolated from the top of the stairwell.
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 09:09 PM EST
Medium Prison

Medium Prison

Sorry if you did not like my schematic. Obviously, since it only took me a few minutes... You need to place a switch where it says "PLACE KEY HERE" to access the isolation cell. I have a great idea, if you dont like my schematic, MAKE YOUR OWN.
 
by Nextbytex
on January 20th, 2013 04:51 PM EST
SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob SquarePants

Forgot To Mention, you can use in any Project/server that you want as long as all credits goto me.
 
by scruffy_bunny
on January 20th, 2013 04:17 PM EST
3d skull house

3d skull house

This is a really complex shape, something very difficult to realize in the very rectilinear Minecraft environment. Although it is only quite small. I imagine it took quite some time to construct and I assume the original model was scanned using some third-party application.
The entrances under the temporal part of what was the tempro-mandibular joint are very novel. Although I could see that there was space and a room up inside the frontal lobe space, working out how to get in there was a bit cryptic, but I assume that was intentional.
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 02:55 PM EST
Santos Cathedral

Santos Cathedral

aww im blushing right now! Thank you for your kind review. I'm really glad you enjoyed it :)
 
by batatabasmati
on January 20th, 2013 07:30 AM EST
Santos Cathedral

Santos Cathedral

WOW! This is an IMPRESSIVE Structure! From both am Engineering and Aesthetic standpoint this is one of the aspects of Minecraft which attracts me!
The amount of time and effort as well as the novel use of certain blocks, (Trapdoors, cobblestone wall segments and levers in particular) is just mind blowing! It is going to take me a long tome to study this one in every detail. The sheer level of Gothic decoration is amazing and the way the blocks available in the game have been used as an "artist's palette" is beyond my "engineering" type brain. Eleven out of 10 batatabasmati !
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 06:49 AM EST
Pagoda

Pagoda

It certainly looks impressive from the outside. (I personally don't like cobblestone, its "speckliness" gives me headache so a may use MC Edit to replace it with other materials to see how they effect the overall aesthetics of the structure.) I am now trying to "reverse engineer" the empty interior and place structures inside akin to what one would find in a real pagoda which would hold all that weight up. I recall seeing huge timber compression columns and shear beams inside Buddhist Pagodas I wen inside in Vietnam. I will then try to intergrate some sort of staircase in amongst the structural beams and columns
Although the Minecraft environment allows for both "Skyhooks" and "Castles in the Air", when I build projects which emulate real-world structures I like to follow real-word civil engineering practices and consider which structural members of a structure are in shear, compression or tension. When this is considered, the result is even more realistic and a structural interior develops along with the interior.
If you use MC-Edit to "strip down" my "Llrago Institute of Minecraft" so just the sandstone remains, you will see the real-world engineering compression arches and columns at the heart of its structure.
"Torre del Colon" has four obsidian compression columns which go right up through the core of each tower, these emulate the steel compression beams in the real building.
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 06:38 AM EST
bacon town

bacon town

Had a look at this one. I seemed to be an NPC village with a wall added around it. This certainly gives it a sense if security against the ingress of hostile MOBs and the numerous Jack-O-Lanterns and torches both inside and on the wall ensure the hostile MOB spawn rate inside is maintained at a low level.
The single iron door seemed to be fitted from the inside, so unsure if a creeper would detonate if it were to occupy the space in the wall immediately behind the door and you were to stant right at the door on the inside.
A nice little secure place to come to at nightfall though, assuming someone would let you in.
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 05:47 AM EST
Rusty's Fort Town

Rusty's Fort Town

When placed it on my test map, heaps of villagers escaped out through the back.
I has a nice secure and safe feel about it, but the possibility exists of being knocked, or falling from the walls or towers between the castellations.
There is always a compromise between appearance and function though.
Love the row of "Dunnies". I assume this it to increase the villager spawn rate.
I'm hoping, that somewhere down the track, Notch or Jeb will create some way of implementing large controllable doors or portculusses in Minecraft, because the entrance-exit if such a structure as this needs to keep nasties out, villagers in and selectively admit a player seeking safe refuge.
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 05:21 AM EST
Schematic #89

Schematic #89

This structure definitely has the look and feel of an older 1960's style prison cell block. It is assumed that some sort of redstone control of the iron cell doors will ultimately be fitted.
As in a real prison, this structure needs some sort of delineation between the "secure" areas and "staff" areas.
 
by globecollector
on January 20th, 2013 05:10 AM EST