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Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2013 20:33
by Esteban
Share your creations (.we) here!

Name: wood_cabin
size: 387 nodes
mods:
-crafting(crafting table)
-beds
-indoor furniture
-paintings (gelmade)

download: http://sfan5.duckdns.org/upload/data/wood_cabin.we

screenshots:[spoiler]ImageImageImageImage[/spoiler]

PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2013 06:24
by sfan5
Name: tower
size: 480 nodes

download: https://raw.github.com/Novatux/mg/master/schems/tower.we

screenshot: [spoiler]Image[/spoiler]

PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 15:44
by Dan Duncombe
Name: Small Galleon

Size: Dunno, not big really

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 23, 2013 17:23
by kaeza
Okay, so I made this in like 30 mins, based off a video someone showed me a while ago.

It's a simple "secret door"; when the switch is off, it closes shut, and from the outside it appears like a regular wall. When the switch is on, the pistons retract, and the way is shown.

It's not very big, and very basic, but may be useful to someone, dunno.

Anyway, take note of putting the "origin" 3m underground. Most of the mechanics are hidden from outside viewers; only 4 pistons (2 at each side) and the switch is visible.

Enjoy :)

Edit: Obviously requires Mesecons.

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P.S: The screenshots show a lever; I changed my mind and changed to a switch to compress a bit the schem.

PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 11:20
by Dan Duncombe
Name: Big Galleon

Size: 6042 Nodes

Dependencies: All default

Description: A basic shell for a galleon.Has some cannons, floors, and stairs. Other than that, no decoration. Basic rigging. All burnable except for cannons. No glass in rear portholes.

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Download:

PostPosted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 23:57
by rcthomas93
Two float islands made using world edit.

I have a problem when loading the .we of parts of the islands loading into the wrong place, but I'm not sure if this is a world edit problem or a problem with my own system. Enjoy!

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2013 18:25
by AMMOnym

PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2013 18:57
by AMMOnym
Imagedownload: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ev1ulge0ly01xfd/coloseum.weThx for moved my posts. that two we. was made by converting minecraft map to minetest

PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 18:33
by CWz
Name: ChainLynx's MineCraft Series House.

Size: I forgot to look probably less then 300 nodes

Dependencies: default, moreblocks, PilzAdam beds.

Description: Was bored the other day so I recreated ChainLynx minecraft house in MineTest

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 00:06
by gsmanners
I'm working on a small series of useful starter buildings. Here's a six unit apartment building:

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Includes furnished kitchens, dining rooms, living/bed rooms, and bathrooms. There's also an attached balcony, stairway, ladders, and more. See the instructions included in the attached zip file.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 02:39
by twoelk
thats a lot of mods involved for a starter building

PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 03:01
by Inocudom
twoelk wrote:thats a lot of mods involved for a starter building

Ahh, but homedecor is such a wonderful and useful mod. Its refrigerators can store many items, its ovens and microwaves can cook items, and its lights can brighten dark places.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 05:20
by gsmanners
Next... A water tower. This one just requires pipeworks.

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This uses a 7 by 13 block area and uses pipeworks for the fountain.

Honestly, these mods I'm using are pretty awesome. It's hard to imagine starting without homedecor or pipeworks.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 16:38
by Sokomine
twoelk wrote:thats a lot of mods involved for a starter building

That's true. It also looks like a good building, far better than the usual cobble constructions.

gsmanners wrote:Next... A water tower. This one just requires pipeworks.

And here it would be far nicer if the tower would have been made out of diffrent materials. Perhaps steel blocks for the water reservoir on top, bricks or fences for the tower itshelf. With some mods added, scaffolding might also work quite well for the tower.

It might be that we all got spoiled a bit by the availability of such nice mods as homedecor, moreblocks/stairsplus and many others. Yet when only a handful of blocks where available in Minecraft classic, people did create amazing constructions. Those creations just had to be enlarged by a larger factor than houses using the above mentioned mods.

This thread ought to become a source for some mods that spawn buildings. Few mods used might be an advantage, but it ought to look good as well.

PostPosted: Thu Jan 30, 2014 12:09
by gsmanners
I've tried a number of different materials for water towers, and they just don't capture the right feel, in my opinion. Cobble actually works the best, I think. If you're going with the steel look, it really needs to have four legs and a center, and that's almost impossible to make look good.

I agree about having a mod (ahem) spawning buildings. That would be cool.

Here's a greenhouse. It's a 14x14 building that I tossed together using homedecor's sun roof for the roof. You'll notice that it has two layers of glass. Yeah. The roof doesn't really work, otherwise. Let me know what you think.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2014 22:04
by gsmanners
And now for something completely different. My stab at a huge central building with conference halls and an upstairs rec room. I highly suggest creative mode for this one.

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I think it's a bit of a toss up whether I like the lava or the fence parkour best.

PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2014 00:36
by Novacain
gsmanners wrote:I've tried a number of different materials for water towers, and they just don't capture the right feel, in my opinion. Cobble actually works the best, I think. If you're going with the steel look, it really needs to have four legs and a center, and that's almost impossible to make look good.


Have you thought about just making it bigger? real water towers are pretty massive, I think a minetest WT should be at least somewhat close in size.

PostPosted: Sat Feb 01, 2014 20:03
by gsmanners
I actually tried making the water tower larger, but it looked a lot less impressive. It seems counterintuitive, but the bigger things are, the more you lose that sense of scale. You really need a context for something to look large (which is why those kind of things are only really impressive from standing on top of them).

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 10:55
by dgm5555
Just some thoughts:
It would be helpful if there was some guidance (preferably in the first post) for nubies with worldedit that the chat commands (https://github.com/Uberi/Minetest-WorldEdit/blob/master/Tutorial.md and https://github.com/Uberi/Minetest-WorldEdit/blob/master/Chat%20Commands.md are OK, but don't explain some bits, especially about the schema folder, and mod clashes as below)
"//p set" can be used for setting location by punching
"//pos1" and "//pos2" can be used for setting location to player location.
user must create a "schema" folder in their world folder, or worldedit will silently fail to save the file (it wont create the directory). Worldedit also seems to fail silently to load/save with certain mods (but I haven't figured out which ones).
'thecube' zip has a text file with reasonable comprehensive guidance on loading these files.
Also there isn't much consistency with setting the markers to place items in .we file eg
ship.we needs pos1/pos2 placed 4 blocks *below* the waterline
pirateship.we needs pos1/pos2 placed 27 blocks *above* the waterline
galleon.we doesn't have a water line, but needs pos1/pos2 approx 5 blocks *under* the waterline

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2014 20:52
by dgm5555
A couple more locations with more files:-
http://digitalaudioconcepts.com/vanessa/hobbies/minetest.html
https://github.com/cornernote/minetest-deploy_nodes/tree/master/deploy_building/buildings

None of the following are mine, but are a selection from the above links. Be aware that world edit doesn't create any nodes which are unknown - some files require particular mods and they will have to be installed before loading or nodes will be missing (the warning about CONTENT_IGNORE will appear when loading). pos1+pos2 are folating on the surface of the sea (except for the coloseum, where they are 42 nodes above):-
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Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2014 22:27
by Inocudom
Inocudom wrote:I built this in a Lord Of The Test world:
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Below is the schematic of the structure shown above. In addition to the game type Lord Of The Test, you will need the following mods:
bakedclay, beds, farming_plus, gloopblocks, hardenedclay, homedecor_modpack, itemframes, kerova, kpgmobs, meselamps, mesecons, steel, worldedit, moreblocks, moreores, moretrees, nightclub, plantlife, pyramids, sea, streets, torches, unifieddyes, vines
The license that ye must obey is as follows:
Licence: CC BY SA

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 18:35
by solars
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The first House for Karsthafen, that is build with the help of World Edit.

Its a tenement with 18 living quarters. The style of the building is Middle Europe, 1930-1940.

Some of the interior furnishings are duplicated with World Edit, so not every apartment is unique. But every apartment is complete furnished.

For this house, no Adons are needed. Download as mts or we available.

nodes: 68224
needed building pit: 35m x 118m, 3m deep

Licence: CC by sa

The old Download don't work with the actual Minetest versions... You can found this building on my Karsthafen map: https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=6642

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 18:41
by jp
Very nice, solars ;)

But you should rather use the MTS method instead of /save in WorldEdit. Your exported file will be extremely much lighter and faster on loading.

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 18:48
by solars
Thanks jp. I have added the mts-file to my post. :)

Re: Share Your WorldEdit Files!

PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2014 00:29
by solars
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A ship, for the river that flows through Karsthafen-Königsdorf.

The building of the ship is documented with 34 images in this German post (and following): https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=9706&p=149332#p149238

For this ship, no addons are needed.

Nodes: 58589
Size: 210m x 26m
Draught: 3m

Licence: CC BY SA

The old Download don't work with the actual Minetest versions... You can found this building on my Karsthafen map: https://forum.minetest.net/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=6642