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Castello di Michelle

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Dehelius avatar Dehelius
Level 11 : Journeyman Crafter
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Castle I build for my fiancé.

The project has been underway since late 2013 and was finished in 2016, though I've update it so it fits with the latest patch.

Castello di Michelle features a throne room, gardens, lots of bedrooms in different shapes and sizes, kitchens, servant quarters, various Easter-eggs from different games and more.

Easter-eggs:
World of Warcraft
Assassin's Creed
Star Wars
Game of Thrones

Fiancée's personal Easter-eggs:
Her horse Aston
Her dogs Sophie and Silke
Her cats Albert and Lala
The graves of her late Grandmother and Great Grandmother
Locked off tombs of her exes

The project was made using the John Smith Legacy resourcepack

If you use and publish this build, I'd appreciate if you credit me.
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Update #3 : 07/31/2019 6:37:49 pmJul 31st, 2019

Updated lanterns, torches, closets, beds, wall-blocks and wood logs.
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08/05/2019 4:03 am
Level 1 : New Crafter
Mustafeynel
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Congratulations, how did you do it?
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08/12/2019 10:23 pm
Level 11 : Journeyman Crafter
Dehelius
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Thank you kindly.
Started out as fiddling around with city/fortress wall designs (the surrounding castle walls) and expanded into a fully-fledged castle.
There are some things I would have done differently today from when I started, like not building in Superflat world - but when you're several months and thousands of blocks in you really don't feel like restarting it all, but that's part of learning.
Surrounding castle wall design changed twice. Castle wall material changed from Stone to White-stained clay (now named White Terracotta I believe). Entrance hall's ceiling was first build on the floor and then mimicked into the ceiling since I find it easier to work looking down than I do looking up for some reason.
I also take a lot of inspiration from various Minecraft YouTubers and their projects. Keeps my imagination going rather than stagnating in my own, sometimes dated, designs.
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