Well, this is a nice ... build!

Well, this is a nice ... build!

ShinseiTom has a knack for creativity and building awesome things. How do I know this? Because he's pulled it off in Minecraft. I don't know how to describe this build, other thanaestheticallypleasing. I mean, sure you can build many things in Minecraft. Those 8-bit blocks leave much room for creativity but when you put ShinseiTom to the panel, you're going to get something like this. And to that, I say, thank you Minecraft. For giving us builders like ShinseiTom.

ShinseiTom says:

So, I had a crazy idea one day. Make a huge hole in the ocean. I'd seen it on other servers, huge holes in the ground. Going on that idea, I decided to make a double helix + reverse spiral staircase on the inside of the walls of glass going up to the top of the world. Got mostly finished, and wondered what the hell I was going to put IN the thing.

So I decided to start recreating the world, just suspended in the air...

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Look from far away.

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A little closer.

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From the bottom of the hole. Notice my friend's uber mineshaft disappearing beyond the draw distance. That mineshaft was actually there before I made the initial hole.

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View from that mineshaft. It's an awe-inspiring sight when you enter the hole from the mineshaft.

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Top level.

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Mid level. (One side hasn't finished growing the trees and grass.)

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Cave level.

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Bottom level.

Most of this was done by myself. The rest of the people on the server helped get rid of the water and dig the hole (halfway down we started using [tnt]). However, everything else was completely placed by me.
Most of the cobblestone and half-steps are legit, as is the glass for the wall keeping the water from spilling in and the dirt for the above-ground levels. Everything else.... ehhhh, not so much.

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