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Offline Rakhasa

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Medium sized church
« on: May 18, 2013, 11:49:23 AM »
Another schematic from the coastal city I am building, here is the church.

It it not as pretty and complex as all those amazing cathedrals, but it is not as big, either, so you can fit it in most towns with no much problem. I am particularly fond of the tower's roof. OK, so it is not a marvel of design, but when I finished it it was the most complicated roof I had done yet, and I though it looked quite pretty.

I would like your opinion in one matter: I am not sure if I have gone overboard with the redstone blocks and the lamps. I like it, but some may think it excessive. Thoughts?

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Medium sized church
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Offline bas_de_paljas

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Re: Medium sized church
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2013, 12:34:15 PM »
I like this a lot. Youve managed to make it very lively with your diverse use of types of blocks. Im just missing a little depth on the outside. Its just straight walls now. I found stairs are very useful for this (to make gutters and such). I hope you dont mind the tip. Anywayy, I think it looks really nice and you are absolutely right about saying bigger and complexer buildings arent always more practical :D.

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Re: Medium sized church
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Re: Medium sized church
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2013, 04:12:51 PM »
Thanks a lot! I am very fond of this combination of sandstone and stone brick, so when one day I got a pretty peninsula and built a castle (http://www.mcschematics.com/index.php?topic=15518.0), I decided to create a small city in this style.

You are right with the flatness, through. I probably got carried away adding sandstone. I have pruned the towers a bit, and added a new layer in the two side facades. Let's see if the second try is better or worse:


 

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