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Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 22:22
by slopsbucket
:_ don't use stairs and slabs (8/16) from the circular saw!


Hi Peak,

Thanks for taking an interest. I've obviously not explained myself properly.

Please note that this is with Minetest 5.0.0, not with 0.4.16.

This first image is from a brand new world with no mods enabled at all, except those that are in the default version of minetest_game.

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I took this screenshot, then exited to menu, enabled moreblocks, then re-entered the game and took another screenshot. No other actions were taken by me, as you can see, I hardly even moved the mouse.

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Cheers,

Andrew.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 20:15
by Chiantos
boat.mts
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Boat Mts Blockcolor (color Mod) : CC-BY-SA 3.0

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 18:37
by AspireMint
Pirate ship
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Depends on cottages and circularsaw
Download: https://github.com/AspireMint/pirate_sh ... master.zip (download now and get other half for free)
License: CC by SA 3.0

Thanks to Sokomine for helping! :-)

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:03
by Blau
Das ist für Lejos server/This is for Lejos server

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 22:11
by AspireMint
Pirate shipwreck
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Download: https://github.com/AspireMint/pirate_sh ... master.zip
License: CC by SA 3.0

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 21:53
by AspireMint
Yacht
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Download: https://github.com/AspireMint/yacht/archive/master.zip
License: CC by SA 3.0
Depends on circularsaw(stairsplus) and cottages

yacht with 2 powerful engines (no fuel included):
engine room, 3 rooms, toilet, bathroom, dining room, kitchen, storage room

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 17:27
by Isja Krass
have a litte question:
how can i extract my worldedit files?

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 10:21
by Hybrid Dog
You usually can do it with a file browser.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 11:10
by Isja Krass
world edit is a great thing! look what you can do with it!

here's an example:
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used mods:
home docor
underground




Download:
admin.we
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Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 21:05
by StarNinjas
Hello this is my 1st finished we file called: Arrow Nature Tower
I hope bell07 will add this to townchest:)

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2018 22:22
by Starbeamrainbowlabs
Hey @AspireMint! How did you render those sweet pictures of your builds?

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 13:35
by LMD
"Hey @AspireMint! How did you render those sweet pictures of your builds?"
Step-by-step tutorial :
1. Fly HIGH into the air
2. Set a low viewing range(one that is barely high enough to render your entire build)
3. Make a screenshot(F11, AFAIK)
4. Use GIMP to make the background transparent

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 16:19
by GreenDimond
LMD wrote:"Hey @AspireMint! How did you render those sweet pictures of your builds?"
Step-by-step tutorial :
1. Fly HIGH into the air
2. Set a low viewing range(one that is barely high enough to render your entire build)
3. Make a screenshot(F11, AFAIK)
4. Use GIMP to make the background transparent

Or download the greenscreen mod and make your life easier.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2018 18:41
by Starbeamrainbowlabs
Thanks! greenscreen looks awesome :D

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 16:01
by Phoenixflo44
slopsbucket wrote:Huge Temple

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72 X 204
20 high, position1 is ground level.

No Mods Required.
Important: disable all mods temporarily while you import.

Cheers,

Andrew.


Hi

How far have you been with the temple? He'd need an update in my town.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 07:19
by slopsbucket
Hi Phoenixflo44,

Sorry but I've been very busy with another temple and will be for a while.

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Cheers,

Andrew.

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Binary Sudoku

PostPosted: Sun Sep 23, 2018 15:07
by voxelproof
Binary Sudoku is an original game designed for use in Minetest, however it is basically a board game and does not require neither Minetest nor any other software to be played (it belongs to the paper-and-pencil games category as ordinary sudoku does).

The idea of this game came to me during the long hours spent on exploration of Minetest's worlds and certainly takes the inspiration from the peculiar feel of this game, so I find it appropriate to share it with the community on this Forum.

The rules are derived from the original sudoku, with one major difference: there're no multiple digits or other symbols which have to be arranged in certain way. In binary sudoku there're only two of them, represented by blocks of white and black wool.

The board features 16x16 grid divided into 16 smaller squares. The goal is to fill it up so that in each row, column and smaller square there're exactly 8 white and 8 black blocks.

The attached example (.we file) has many solutions (it's based on a 16x16 sudoku with even and odd numbers represented by wool of different colours), but the method for solving it differs significantly from classic sudokus.

I hope you'll enjoy it. And let me know if you managed to complete it, I haven't solved it yet :|

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EDIT: solution :))

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 15:58
by Phoenixflo44
This is my wooden house that I built in a plot world. It has no interior decoration and no lighting.

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Churches for Christmas

PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 04:22
by PEAK
1) Basic church -- a cosy place for celebrating Christmas.
No interior except carpets and chandeliers.

+ screenshots

Dimensions (first layer = ground layer): 37*51*49


2) Gothic Cathedral

Using the same window module as for the church, the dimensions necessarily increase to a considerable extent. Lighting becomes a problem.
Real "Stonebrick Gothic"! Main feature: the famous organ ;)

+ screenshots

Dimensions (first layer = ground layer): 78*104*133


3) Mini Cathedral

Everyone is impressed by mega-sized builds -- but here I tried to make the smallest possible version of a Gothic Cathedral without loosing too much of its characteristics.

+ screenshots

Dimensions (first layer = ground layer): 46*45*29

more Screenshots with various texture packs see: https://imgur.com/a/YsrVbGd


* Only needed for all of them: Minetest Game

Since there is no stained glass in Minetest Game, the windows are a little bit bland.
Make them more colourful by using some mods.


* For those who need a license: CC BY-SA 4.0.


* All three builds in one zip file see attachment.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 12:46
by voxelproof
You've shown true architectural mastery here. Especially the 'minimal' cathedral is amazing in its good proportions and it's much harder to achieve this in such low-res building. These screenshots brought me to an idea of applying your schematics (also earlier ones for different kinds of old style buildings) to creating a nice Alpine town or village, set in one of my tweaked Valleys worlds.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2018 23:03
by TwinGears
File can be found here
https://archive.org/details/3DHouseSunBathingInLiquidLight
I used the plus or minus X or Z to denote what direction the user is facing to orient the house symbol to face the way I wanted in a specific map...so the 2 files of the same will do for that.


My kids like the 3D version of this as I did a few 2D versions on mountains, so I like to place this out on water and then take the centre of that and make a living and mine tower out of it. Either way have fun with it, and here is a snap shot of what one of them looks like after the kids have gotten to it - remember the glass inbetween the blue isn't included nor the tower under it etc.

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Anyone that thinks it's cool enough to have on a shirt, well because after all I was using minetest for thinking outloud before I got my head around inkscape a bit.
https://www.redbubble.com/shop/TwinGears?search_type=search_box

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2018 22:42
by TwinGears
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Minetest game mod called FarLands, my kids love this game mod. So I thought I would save part of my stone tower so that it's easy to load and extend onto and into your maps.
With this section you can place it up high above land or water of your choice. take the bottom centre part and figure out the cylinder size and extend it into the earth as deep as you like. I like to do small radius air fill for testing depth and then stone and then radius shrink of 1 or 2 and then air fill to hallow out building.
After your tower is extended, take the section of bottom floor and copy it say 10 block down, then 20 etc until your where you filled up your extended basement.

That a fast and easy way to get a large building, and loads of room for my kids and their friends on the server.

https://archive.org/details/FarLandsWoodRoofOnStoneTower
You don't have to take the torrent file to get at the 2 build files...

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2018 19:33
by TwinGears
[My 6 year old made a 3D whale holiday style that I thought was amazing with hat and belt etc, so I saved it as just the whale before it became a house and underground tunnel and all that.
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https://archive.org/details/whale_201812

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2018 01:22
by TumeniNodes
TwinGears wrote:My 6 year old made a 3D whale holiday style that I thought was amazing with hat and belt etc, so I saved it as just the whale before it became a house and underground tunnel and all that.


Tell them "Nice job dude!" for me :)

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 23:45
by Sokomine
@Peak: Very impressive cathedrals! I wonder if they might fit into citybuilder. Perhaps the city would have to grow too large to accomodate them...

@TwinGears: Very impressive structure for a 6 year old. I've seen many older players which did far less good. The fish is extremly nicely done and fun to see.