Here is a cute cat peeking out from a basket of lovely flowers.Time: 4 hoursMods: TMI, Zombe
"Cute" isn't something I usually do, but hey...I gave it a shot. about 5 hours. SPC. TMI. Mango Pack.
When I saw this contest, the first idea that came into my mind was to make a cute minecraft mob. However, I didn't want to make a 50-block sheep/pig/chicken. The idea of making a hostile mob cute was much more interesting and challenging. Making a free hugs creeper or zombie wasn't good enough, though. And, you see, some people have arachnophobia so spiders are out. Skeletons aren't bad, but I hate them and there's no flesh on them which would create the cuteness. But then I got it! A cute Ghast! It would be the easiest to make out of the hostile mobs (it's cubic) and it sort of is cute already.Most people think of ghasts as the most horrible and cruel thing apart from lava and creepers, but that is far from the truth. Ghasts can be very sensitive when it comes to family, and ghast mothers greatly care for their children. They're like crocodiles. Strong and dangerous on the outside, but with a kind heart. Now, to the family of the Ghast. Ghasts have maximum one child a year, which grows up to its full maturity in 3 years. The ghasts on the pics are a 6-year old mother (maximum life of a ghast is 20 years) and a 1.25-year old child. Btw, the child is sleeping, which shows that ghasts float even when they sleep.The mother is 16x16x16 blocks, just like the texture I worked from, therefore a 4:1 model. The child is 9x9x9 blocks, also a 4:1 model, so if it were a real ghast child, it would be 2.25x2.25x2.25 blocks in size. Fitting the "stuff" onto the small one so that it would look like a normal ghast was quite the challenge. Also, what I found the hardest was to make the face of the small ghast so that it would look cute and childish, but not like an idiot. The one on the pics looked best out of the ones I came up with.When working on this, I had to sacrifice about 2-4 colours from the original texture because of the minecraft wool colour pallette.Also, I couldn't avoid posting the sunset pic. It looks so romantic!Please feedback!
WHO!! GINGERBREAD MAN!!!made by xelixor ( minecraft ID )
Kemuri and Suchimu (Smoke and Steam, respectively) are two twin hatchling dragons. Kemuri was the first to emerge from his shell, and immediately tried to shoot fire at the sun, but he instead coughed up a bit of smoke, thoroughly humbled, his name was given to reflect his immaturity and fiery attitude. Suchimu was, simply, named after her brother. They were born by Matriach, a dragon made by RoseDragon in her city, Dragon's Canyon. The large orb behind Kemuri, and to Suchimu's left, is an egg of another hatchling. Nobody knows when that dragon will emerge... The real challenge of making these hatchlings was making them in scale to the other dragons in the city, while still managing to make them look realistic. So these may not be the most amazing organic builds ever, but they serve their purpose, and are done as well as possible in this scale.This city, and these dragons, were made on the Voxel Box creative server. The texture pack used is the Voxel Box Pangea Pack. The only mod used in construction was Zombe's Flymod. xT's Fullbright was used in all but one of the photos.
I made this pixel primarily for a friend of mine when she was sad. The pixel took me somewhere near 17 hours, and stands near 210 blocks tall, and 130 wide. The World of Minecraft client was used, in addition to /z and /p. Tell me what you think! ^^
One of my favorite creations, I got the thought of doing Miku one day while bored in a library. She looms at 200 blocks tall, and she's 131 blocks wide. She took me about 15 hours. She was made using the WoM client, /p, /r, and /z. And yes, she was made in minecraft classic, on the WhoVille server. Tell me what you think!
It took me a few days, because I didn't work too long at one time. I always thought awesome face was kinda cute, so I saw this wallpaper (the picture that obviously made in minecraft) and based my creation off of that. In the end, somethings didn't turn out as I'd hoped, but I'm happy to send it in anywy.Enjoy.:)
The most adorable piece of fudge I ever pixeled! ^^ I'd totally snuggle her if she was real...but it's a piece of art...I'm not being weird o.oThe original pixel is from Paul Robertson's Kings of Power 4 Billion Percent. I'd totally suggest watching that movie; it's one of the most epic films I've ever seen. The pixel took me about 12 hours, and I enjoyed every second of it. She's about 210 blocks high, and around 147 blocks wide (At the most). I used the commands /p, /z, and /r to create her, in addition to the WoM Client.
This is a giant Elmo and Dorothy the Goldfish statue. It's 3D and stands within a somewhat backdrop of Sesame Street.
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