Think carefully before you use the word, "better"...it is the sort of word a Politician or Advertising Man would use when he makes you want to think he is telling you something, but in fact is telling you nothing at all.
"We want to make things better!"
"Better than what?", "Better for whom?"
I can be sure that your version will have certain advantages and merits this version does not and visa-versa. If you obtain some of the advantageous merits from this version by downloading it then you have gained something...ideas, ideas you can possibly use in future builds!
Seattle Space Needle on January 22nd, 2018 06:41 AM EST
Yes, the ladders are placed on barrier blocks to give them the illusion they are in mid-air. Barrier blocks are also used in other parts of the interior with carpet on them or just by themselves to give the illusion of space, but you can't fall.
The Truncoctagon on December 1st, 2017 01:05 AM EST
Yes, you can see the story of this structure above. I have another version, (not posted on this site) where I cut the mountain off and put it on a set of legs, (made mostly from quartz blocks). The legs ended up, unintentionally, looking like the lower half of the Eiffel Tower...so this Art Neuveu sort of look for the legs and the futurist/brutalisim of the part listed here on this site...so it looked a bit dorky and that is why I did not bother to post it here. At some point in the future, when I have more new structures to upload I might just upload the legs separately.
Getting this integrated into another map's terrain would be a bit of a headache, if I had to do it, I would simply use MC Edit to cut and delete the lower part of the structure, (but keep a copy of that lower half with this mountain top nearby in the sky of your world as a schematic import as a reference until you are fully finished integrating it to the new terrain then delete the reference once you are finished. Or you could use your own ideas the simply place the top part above your terrain with its highest blocks at y=255, then build down to the terrain in your own style.
The Truncoctagon on November 30th, 2017 08:34 PM EST