• 3,630 views, 0 today
  • 233 downloads, 0 today
  • 17
  • 10
  • 7
Skyman0's Avatar Skyman0
Level 59 : Grandmaster Hero
88
Galata Tower

The Galata Tower is a Romanesque style tower built as Christea Turris (Tower of Christ) during the 14th century in Constantinople.
This was the tallest building in Constantinople (66.9 m) when it was built

If you liked it, leave a comment

Version 1.12.2
Progress100% complete
Tags

2 Update Logs

Update #2 : by Skyman0 09/09/2022 3:32:19 pmSep 9th, 2022

Change of the roof
LOAD MORE LOGS

Create an account or sign in to comment.

TigeressTail
03/10/2023 12:57 am
Level 4 : Apprentice Crafter
TigeressTail's Avatar
Thank You
1
misterich
01/17/2022 5:28 am
Level 60 : High Grandmaster Architect
misterich's Avatar
Well I have never seen this tower in real live and had almost no infos about it; just know that Galata has something in comon with Istanbul. As your description could at least tell me the most necessary thing I need to know, I visit Wikipedia for a bit more input and real world pictures.

Well after I had seen them I can give you the diamond, even when I don't like it that much. My personal Problem are the bricks. I never like the bricks texture and colour; they look that much modern that using them often destroys the imagination of ancient/medivale buildings. I guess I had used stone bricks anstead of. Anyways when I look at some photos from internet I can understand why you built it the way you did; and yes it fits to the real building so I can give the diamond.

PS: I really like the interior you built :D
2
Skyman0
01/17/2022 9:06 am
Level 59 : Grandmaster Hero
Skyman0's Avatar
I had the same hesitation between brick and stone brick
At last, i wanted that the roof and the wall be made with differents blocks
But I'm not completely satisfied either

PS : The interior is inspired by Assassin's creed Revelation
1
AR1400
01/22/2022 8:27 pm
Level 54 : Grandmaster Lego Builder
AR1400's Avatar
I wouldn't trust AC Rev at all, just look up the cross-section of the tower it should provide a good insight into it's general interior
1
misterich
01/17/2022 11:26 am
Level 60 : High Grandmaster Architect
misterich's Avatar
I guess i had used andesite or even blackstone for the roof;

PS: Never playes AC-2 or on of its standalones; only played the AC-3, AC-1, Black Flag, Unity, Origins, Odyssey and Valhalla.

I was never a fan of the playstyle of the eray ACs - but the story was good. With the forth Series part the story became weaker and weaker so I quit the series after Unity and just tried Oringins years after Odysseys release because a friend told me it would be a very good RPG that finaly abandone the stupid consol parkourgameplay and costs around 10€. Origins facinated me that much I broght and Odyssey and preorder Valhalla; sadly Valhalla was a mistake again :(
2
Skyman0
01/17/2022 1:11 pm
Level 59 : Grandmaster Hero
Skyman0's Avatar
I use McEdit that does not work with versions above 1.12.2, that's why i won't use more recent blocks unless you know better editor

PS :My favourites AC are brotherhood, revelations and III. I practice parkour so you guess why they are

I would probably recreate other monuments inspired by them
1
misterich
01/17/2022 1:35 pm
Level 60 : High Grandmaster Architect
misterich's Avatar
With the release of 1.13 I had also stuck for a longer time; first I have no used anything else; then a learned the magic of structure blocks and since about a year I am also using WorldEdit - at least for my RP World. But Last year the Amulet Editor finaly released - that Editor is supposed to be a hire of McEdit. The 1.18 support is still beta, but 1.17 works. But honestly I have not done much with it since release. My main work for McEdit/Amulet is to import large world parts from one savegame to another; for building I use structureblocks for coping/pasting and worldedit for replace operations.
2
Planet Minecraft

Website

© 2010 - 2024
www.planetminecraft.com

Welcome