I have another medieval house here this time I furnished it a little (Hope its ok) this one is a little smaller but serves its purpose (I hope) still practicing my building & feel a little more satisfied with this one & hope every one likes it :).
If you like it or have any tips please leave a comment bellow & also please if you want to use this on your maps let me know :).
Texture pack used: John Smith Legacy
For those asking how to use the schematic.....I use Schematica mod myself. With that, you just drop the schematic in the schematics folder. When you open the folder in game it will give you a ghost image of the schematic that you can see in the world in 3D. You can move the image in any direction until you have it placed where you want it. The thing with schematica mod is that you must build the structure yourself block by block. It does include a complete block list of everything you will need. I prefer using this myself, over the different world edit mods. I just prefer actually building everything instead of doing a cheat magic appearing building. It's more of a challenge that way also as I always play in survival mode. I have used and built a few of the different builds listed on this site in my map called Beaverton. It includes a massive Medieval city that I have been working on for well over a year. Each building in it was built block by block and some of the buildings are from schematics I used from this site with the Schematica mod. As a foot note, I am downloading this schematic for inclusion in my city. It will fit in nicely with the others...Good job. I hope that in the near future the city will be finished enough for inclusion on this site but, be warned, when it is done. It will be a massive build as currently you can stand at one wall of it and not see the other side. Even when standing on a dirt tower into the clouds.
on July 24th, 2016 06:06 PM EST Reply