Discussion in 'Server Media' started by Legend9468, Dec 25, 2013.
I plan on discontinuing work on my build Steamtown.
Oh right, I forgot to say that.
Due to its size and complexity, continued work would require me to reconstruct all of the infrastructure to accommodate a larger population (Wider roads, less steep sections, carts, etc). So therefore I decided to tie up some loose ends and stop work on it.
Fair enough. What are you going to do now
Someone evidently missed the title of the thread
Oh your making SteamCity!
OMG THAT IS AWESOME!!!!!
I feel stupid now....
Also, once the build is more established and I have a better idea of what's going on. I shall be accepting help.
Builders will need to be:
Able to work in the style of the build. I will be asking for evidence.
Independant, I hope to be able to indicate a section of the city for them to work on, and then that's just about it. Detailing questions would be fine.
There will be a few other points which I'll think of later, when I'm actually thinking about opening applications. It'll probs just be a paragraph of my personal thoughts regarding building.
EDIT: Pls don't apply now. I'm going to be building liek, a dozen buildings first before opening applications.
Please keep us updated I love your build style
First building 100% finished in the build.
Not quite as large or elaborate as my previous towers; but I figure they're built for two different scenarios.
I'll apply but got to finish my project first
First stage of the build is open to inspection for a few days.
Warp is called LegendTemp
I build slowly, so I have a lot of time to come up with backgrounds for the narratives that I make. So I may also post ideas and concepts here for the build. Pretty much consider this thread a partial blog.
I was thinking about putting in a very strong class divide for the city. At the warp you may notice a wall and a glowstone "Later", that was just going to be the upper class area with a cathedral and such (#spoilers).
but now I'm thinking I want to drive a massive contrast between the two halves; doing the poorer/middle class side in the medieval-steampunk for which I am know, and then make the other half really Victorian/Edwardian.
One of the things that I like about building is how in control I am of the build, and how malleable builds actually are. Here is where I realised a building was too small to do anything useful, so I converted the inside to a staircase, and what you see here is the beginning of a small rooftop walk. It doesn't lead anywhere, but I like to imagine that the residents like to come here every now and again just for a quiet evening reading a book or something.
Edit: I just realised I committed a cardinal sin with the walkway by making it all out of oak wood. This shall soon be fixed.
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