This ironclad airship (which stays in the air because minecraft physics) is as intricate as it is Steampunk. Not only is it impossible to shoot this ship down, it’s techincally impossible to fly it, although that probably won’t bother you too much when you’re standing on the bridge making airship noises (50% rushing wind 50% coal powered engine block).
Surviving Minecraft has collected several types of automated minecraft farms that you can build using redstone. These farms allow you to grow and harvest food and dye crops at many times the speed of a manually planted and harvested farm. If you like your minecraft production to be legit, but streamlined, then it is time to join the minecraft farming industrial revolution and use these wonderful farming machines to fill your chests with tasty, nutritious foods.
The All In One Minecraft Food Farm!
This super compact minecraft redstone food farm is capable of farming carrots, potatoes, melons, pumpkins and wheat. Up to 180 items of food per minute!
The Fully Automated Minecraft Flower Farm
Maybe you need lots of minecraft flowers so you can dye a lot of wool. This automated flower farm makes gathering plant dyes a total breeze!
The Fully Automated Minecraft Tree Farm
This design will give you all the wood blocks you could ever need. Build Noah’s Ark in legit minecraft mode, or find something else equally worthy to do with a nigh never ending supply of wooden planks. This automatic minecraft tree farm not only grows trees, but harvests their wood in neat cords, so all the player needs do is stand and chop away at the steady supply of logs as they come down the production line.
This post from reddit minecrafter, eneroth3, which uses the new hopper block to collect items discarded by players and collect them in chests in a ‘sewer system’ that utilizes flowing water, ice blocks and an underground sewer network to connect all houses on a server together and create a central collection point for players looking for discarded materials.
This pictorial guide takes the beginner minecraft architect through some simple building concepts that can be used to transform your dirty huts into minecraft mansions. With concepts like ‘depth’, a guide to using different materials and even hints on how to make cobblestone buildings look good, you’ll learn a whole lot from this minecraft design guide.
From the lapis tipped turrets, to the gothic windows and wood insert detail, this piece of modern / medieval minecraft architecture is a wonder to behold.
A minecrafter has created a fully functional Tardis, a building which is significantly larger on the inside than it is on the outside. It includes a control room, bedroom, enchanting room and damsel in distress. How did the player create a building bigger on the inside than on the outside? Why, elementary command block commands, dear Watson!
*damsel in distress not included.
Download an entire modern city made in minecraft! Mineton is an early 20th century contemporary Minecraft city, as impressive in scope as it is in detail. The city is vast and grand, with buildings of state and capitalism vying for space in the central regions. utside the city, extensive wheat fields spread across the plains outside the suburbs. Windmills, farmsteads and more lie beyond the view distance. When night falls, the city succumbs to a devastating plague, but wily citizens of Mineton will be able to find food and light to fend off the twin terrors of monsters and hunger.
I love Minecraft timelapse videos. There’s something mesmerizing about them, especially when things of stunning beauty and intricacy are being created. It’s like watching a painter paint. Fans of timelapse will enjoy this video of a sea-bound Carribean village being created block by block.
Ever wished you could have Minecraft ‘machines’ buttons / switches / pistons etc that were triggered by light or lack thereof? Like lights that only turn on when it is dark? This Minecraft light sensor is an impressive piece of Minecraft engineering that will take your creations to the next level of complexity. Check out the video tutorial by EthosLab. (Yes it’s 22 minutes long. Think of it as a test of your concentration span. Why, back in the old days, people could pay attention for an hour or more!)