The surface part of the mine project has been an eyesore for a long time due to chests lying in the area and a temporary dirt barrier to keep my horse in (which changed its location several times as I was digging and terraforming and the horse was in the way). Now I finally removed those and made a proper storage room for the mine project and underground stables. This progress update is a smaller one, but I really like these two builds.
Category: Dernalia progress update
Some of my builds are planned carefully and when I’m building them I know exactly what I’m doing. In other cases I’m just following a shadow of an idea and hoping it won’t look terrible. While the first way of building is more safe and comfortable, the other one can sometimes lead to surprising and awesome creations. This new build is certainly one of those.
I felt like it’s time to get some work done in my singleplayer world, so I started to make the entrance to my xp farm prettier. But somehow it turned into one of the biggest projects I’ve ever worked on in Minecraft. It’s not finished yet, but here’s how much I’ve done so far.
I haven’t done a lot since my last Dernalia post, because I was focusing on my 77th Combine base (more about that in another post, possibly next week), but there is still some progress done that is worth showing here. Mostly smaller builds around the place.
I have done some more work in my singleplayer survival world and I feel like it’s time for another progress update post. I have been working on 2 major projects – making my spawn area pretty and transforming a double spawner into an xp farm.
Dernalia is my new singleplayer survival world focused on building. My plan is to have it as a permanent building world where I will construct big builds in medieval style and it will never reset, allowing me to work on my builds for longer time than what realms would allow me to do.