The Charity - ( Sky Limit Project Contest Entry )
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Posted 08/24/12 4:16:06 am , last updated: 09/13/12 5:06:44 am
Steve after receiving an unnecessarily large amount of profits, decides it’s time to give back some, to whom you would say? He decided he would involve himself in a monumental preservation project, pouring millions of accumulated diamonds to fund his completely out of this world idea. He then got around hiring the best and brightest in aerospace-depressurization experts, specialist doctors in the field of structural preservation and set out, planning to save the ancient city of Arcadia, yes, the entire city. After building the Ark, a ship capable of hauling an entire city, he proceeded to transporting it and the city, to a completely unreachable place. Where? The Sky. After an irritatingly long period of five months, the city was finally hauled into the Sky itself. Steve then went on to claim he was the most gracious and charitable person in all of Minecraft, even though he blew up half of the central tower, because he thought it needed more, selectiveness. Thus the combination of the Ark and Arcadia, formed a beautiful blend of old and new, combining two cities, into one.
Our plan initially was to make a structure generally consisting of Arabic design, after deciding it was too straight forward, we decided to add something to it, something which made this out of this world. The concept many would use was from the ground into the sky, but we wanted something refreshing, new, so we thought , hey, why not build a city up to down? And after the ball started rolling, it just couldn’t stop. This is what the end result was, after 3 weeks of sleepless nights (we still have school in the morning), we finally done all we could. I obviously know it can’t possibly the biggest, grandest, coolest, building from outside, but we never intended it to be. We found that many builds lack the proper interior designing, and a certain amount of interactivity, and thus poured in countless hours of making the map not only nice to stare at, but fun to go through. As you walk throughout the map, I would really recommend everyone to try and press all the buttons, since most of them work, I’m sure many will be pleased to see some cool effects happening throughout the buildings. Another thing we found lacking in many other builds was the attention to detail. Sure it was nice to look at from afar, but the closer you got, the more boring the background, wall, anything! Looked. So we didn’t let one thing slip, every detail was taken into great consideration, I even remembered my group and I spending 15 minutes debating between putting a birch or oak sapling on a pot in a secluded area. Basically we tried our best to express every aspect of what makes a build good to the fullest, and I myself am extremely proud of what we have accomplished.
Big thanks goes to:
Who all joined forces to create this build. And also to those who took the time to view our little project. We are exaggeratingly grateful.
Note: Hey guys, ImACow here and after we saw the results we were quite upset with ourselves. But after a depressing talk with our group, we agreed that this will not put us down. We will, keep building, and whether we are subjected to biasness or anything of the sort, we don't care. Minecraft is a game for all to enjoy, so we are proud to be the number 14th. Proud that we have at least make it this far. I am and possibly the rest of the group, are so frigging grateful for all the awesome comments out there, we wouldn't have , really, gotten this far without you. Of course alot of us were in high hopes of getting in Top5, we didn't and that is now the past. We will move on. And keep trying to better ourselves. :)
For those who are still interested, here is the proper storyline:
See it if you want to gain a better idea of this build.
To be aware:
Most signs are there to imply something, please read them carefully.
Buttons which has an effect usually are on gray wool or are pointed to with a sign.
Here is the map:
If You Like it Please do Give A diamond :)
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Update #3 : 08/24/2012 9:34:03 am8/24/12
Update #2 : 08/23/2012 4:26:14 am8/23/12
Update #1 : 08/23/2012 4:18:51 am8/23/12
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