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Samuelt's creative application (2)

Discussion in 'Creative Applications' started by samuel.torbert1, 9 Jun 2012.

  1. samuel.torbert1

    samuel.torbert1 Member

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    Age:21
    location:Atlanta,Ga
    In-game name:samuelt1
    why I should be allowed to build in the creative world:I am good at redstone, pixle art and makeing buildings, I dont greif,or loot, and I think I could help people with there redston or pixleart projects.



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  2. the_amber_trap

    the_amber_trap Calm down so I can be the angry one. Staff Member

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    All I see are comparatively featureless boxes of fairly boring materials, no internal structure or design, and one image that shows a bit of potential, but it uses some unfortunate materials that undermine the entire image. There are no roofs, no external features, and no apparent purpose for any of these structures. I could understand if they had an industrial appearance to them. Many of those sorts of things are featureless and bland to intentionally blend in and be ignored. However, that's not a design aesthetic to use when trying to show creativity.

    The one image that I find a little intriguing is the last one, and that's only because I'm trying to make sense of what you're showing me. The one before it isn't bad either, but that particular structure suffers greatly from your use of cobble.

    I'm not trying to be mean, but I haven't really seen anything yet to show me your creativity.
     
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