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(If you won't add textures skip to step 3) Requirements: - Copy paste knowledge - Acces to classicube files - A program to open .zip files - paint.net or gimp (Don't use Microsoft paint) - A classicube server with /gb or /lb and textures (in my case I use MCGalaxy) Step 1: Creating the texture First, you need to get the textures to be able to modify them. Go to the folder where all your classicube files are. There try to find a folder named: In there is a file named: Copy the file and paste it into your desktop or anywhere else that is not in the classicube files. Open with the program you use to open .zip file. There, try to find and extract the file from . Open and start editing. To create a new texture replace with the texture/textures you will add (If you will add an animation read to understand how to add animations work) After adding the texture save the changes and takeagain inside in and upload to google drive or anything else Step 2: Enable the textures Go to you server's files In your server's files go to and in the folder find Open the file and find: Set the url with the url of the place you uploaded Start the server and join your server Step 3: Block creation The server will ask you if you want to use their textures. If not, press F10 to check if the textures are enabled To add the block in a specific level use /lb. To add the block in the entire the server use /gb then use /gb add then /gb (name of the block) then /gb 0 if it is a solid block like stone or type /gb 1 if its a sprite like flowers It will ask for textures of the block. To know wich texture is wich press F10. Each one has its own texture id EXAMPLE: The bedrock texture has an ID of 17 The other things /gb will explain to you Reply to this if you need help
why hello people. Imma show u how to make a kinda simple Medieval themed house.This tutorial might help you build by an reference. NOTE: this tutorial might be a bit challenging. First look in the internet and look for a reference of an Medieval house, My reference for today: Now you have a reference. GREAT! Quick tip: When building by an reference you want to plan out where you are building? how big is it going to be? This part is the most trickiest Next, do the blueprints of your reference Example: ps: this is not my build, if u want to see my builds go on furiousfiregirl+ 2 or 3 in N2a or go in furiousfiregirl+ in police sever You dont want to start by just building the house well the outside of it and not to think of the inside of the house or else it would get tickier than it already is. Next start build the whole house, add the block u think should be at, and if the sever doesn't have the blocks you need that competently fine just change it up a bit. (i dont have an example screenshots were a bit to big) Once your done, do the inside, try to do those little details bc they will make a difference. BOOM your done u have a Medieval house. This tutorial is not only just Medieval houses this can be used in all builds you want to do. This doesnt help srry, not much I can do the screenshots were to big. -Furious