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How to start a Minecraft project [MissFunky's Contest entry]

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So I entered MissFunkyShoes contest:

This will be short and simple but also very useful.


So we are going to follow some easy steps, but there is always room for imagination. My ideas and you imaginationo ¦omg it will be amazing.



Step 1: IDEA


This is a part of planning your next project. You got to have an idea, improvising a project might lead to problems, problems such as: You quitting, buildings and their position didno t go to your improvising plan or you might not fancy building again since everything just went wrong.


How to get an Idea? Inspiration, you need inspiration. You can get that by reading books/comics, real life experiences, watch movies, play video games, look up some videos etc.


Try to always be original, if you got the idea then look up if ito s done before. Need any ideas? Click here


So this is what you have to do, you need an idea or a plan. You need this before you go tearing up some beautiful landscape.



Step 2: HOW


You have to plan how you are going to make what you are going to make. Never try to build something to big and beyond your expectations. Try staying at your level and slowly improve step by step each project so that you can finish the maps ASAP and go on to the next map. If you do too much on a map and never finish than people cano t see the true potential in you.


Ito s also important to have tools helping you out, my recommendation would be MCedit, WorldEdit and Voxel sniper to make things easier and for you to make stuff faster.


If you think you could use some help, then why not hire some builders? Always nice to have a person speaking to and giving opinions every now and then.




Step 3: ENVIRONMENT


Starting building is one thing, but do you have your stuff together? I would recommend you to makes your gaming life more comfortable by cleaning your room a bit and cleaning up your PC so you have some organization and control over you stuff. Ito s healthier and gives you more motivation to build.



Step 4: HELPFUL ADDITIONS


Before you start building you need to figure out what building style you have. There are so many, but choose one you can rely on. Then search up your building style on google and try learn ways to improve it. Get ideas by looking at pictures how you want to build. Also try drawing what you are going to build, its actually fun.




Step 5: REAL LIFE EXPERIENCE


If you really want to make a good impact and submit something really amazing try to visit some architectural places. Get inspiration by taking a stroll in the city, look at everything and think about what and how you can make. In minecraft everything is possible, you can do it. When I build something I already have taken a trip somewhere or seen something amazing I can get inspiration from

Thank you for reading this blog and as always take care.
CreditMissFunkyShoes for letting me enter =)
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Cleet
04/20/2014 8:34 am
Level 31 : Artisan Ninja
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Thank you for the given tips!
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Xoyjaz
04/20/2014 8:39 am
Level 69 : High Grandmaster Architect
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Oh wow, well thank you for reading my blog. I appriciate that =)
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lamslayer122
09/26/2013 3:22 pm
Level 7 : Apprentice Hunter
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Thanks!
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nemurihime72
09/26/2013 5:52 am
Level 15 : Journeyman Cake
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Thank you. I got an idea now!
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Vegemite
09/24/2013 2:13 am
Level 6 : Apprentice Network
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Thanks for entering!
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Xoyjaz
09/24/2013 3:46 am
Level 69 : High Grandmaster Architect
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My plessure
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NormanJayden_123
09/23/2013 11:56 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
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Thanks man, Im not gonna diamond for now.
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Xoyjaz
09/24/2013 3:47 am
Level 69 : High Grandmaster Architect
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Thank you =)
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TacoBurgerzgaming
09/23/2013 8:24 pm
Level 24 : Expert Taco
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My question is if you need a certain type of landscape that's not in minecraft for example realistic mountains and other things like that how do you make it? also should you use superflat or regular?
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Xoyjaz
09/24/2013 3:51 am
Level 69 : High Grandmaster Architect
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It really depends on what you are building. I rather build anything on a terrain then a flat world. If you want to make a realistic mountain you can use: World painter or world machine which is the most accurant realistic terrain generator.
But its all up to you really, but building on terrain looks always better.
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