15 Medieval Town Decorations

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avatar Deamon_Hunter
Level 42 : Master Hunter
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Today I will show you how you can decorate a medieval town in minecraft.
The decorations are very simple and beautiful.
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11/10/2020 4:11 am
Level 6 : Apprentice Artist
BravePeas
I like this crossbow!
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11/02/2020 10:28 am
Level 1 : New Miner
gumster
cooi woooooooooooooow cooi cooi cooi woooooooooooooooooow
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11/02/2020 2:48 am
Level 2 : Apprentice Miner
TehKAMI
Most of these builds are very simple, which is great as pretty much anyone can recreate or adapt them for their own builds - along with a very nice showcase on how to actually build them step-by-step.

The lack of a voice over is also refreshing as the video gets straight to the point and doesn't dawdle with high-pitched voice repeating the same point several times as if our attention span is worse than that of a fish.

Thanks for sharing!
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11/04/2020 1:03 pm
Level 42 : Master Hunter
Deamon_Hunter
Thank you a lot for this comment!
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11/01/2020 1:43 pm
Level 3 : Apprentice Architect
Mintblocked
These builds have a nice feeling, using unique blocks (like granite walls, grindstones, and anvils) in ways they are not normally used, I like it.
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11/04/2020 1:03 pm
Level 42 : Master Hunter
Deamon_Hunter
Thank you!
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11/01/2020 1:37 pmhistory
Level 25 : Expert Explorer
JollyWinter
I feel like the FOV could be a bit wider, it looks like FOV 30, which I think is great for screenshots, but I think that either you'll need to back up or change FOV to 70 (70 is default)

OR

Putting the backdrop a little farther out.

Basically I started to feel a little claustrophobic


All in all though, a very enjoyable video! Keep it up!
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11/04/2020 1:03 pm
Level 42 : Master Hunter
Deamon_Hunter
FOV is 50

Maybe because of Yellow-Gray room sorry for that.
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11/04/2020 1:50 pm
Level 25 : Expert Explorer
JollyWinter
You're good, it was a fantastic video either way!
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