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Notre-Dame de Paris - Finally finished!

Discussion in 'Build Showcases' started by loicvdb, Jun 18, 2017.

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  1. loicvdb

    loicvdb Active Member

    Hi everyone!
    You may remember an older thread where I showed you pictures of one of my lost builds from Brawl Creative.
    Scince then, chickenputty put the creative world3 on build, and thanks to Rhos_ and Theo92160_, I was able to recover it on my build world to finish it on may 5th 2017, 1 year and 2 month after the first block was placed on march 4th 2016!
    So here is the finished Notre-Dame de Paris, 300 000 blocks, with seus shaders and chunky renders:
    Click to view imgur album!

    (I'm working on a bigger creation, it may be showcased next month!)

    Edit: I totally forgot the map ID : 378752
    And here's a screenshot I took while moving the cathedral, I thought it looked quite cool

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  2. Shawn_

    Shawn_ Playing CTF since 2012

    That looks amazing! Great work!
  3. Duso

    Duso ▵ ▿ ▹

    Magnifique :)
  4. redslime

    redslime Well-Known Member

  5. GalaThundR

    GalaThundR Mcpvp Veteran

    Looks really good!
  6. loicvdb

    loicvdb Active Member

    It's in "sky and fog", change your sky mode, here I've chosen color gradient with the "desert" and "clear" preset
  7. Algelier

    Algelier Former Staff Member.

    Jesus...you just forgot to add all the tourists on the forecourt haha.
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  8. Theo92160_

    Theo92160_ Worldedit's axe > Guns > Swords Build Team

    Amazing! I have already visited Notre-Dame de Paris a couple of times, but this Minecraft version is so realistic! It made me realize some aspects of this gothic cathedral I didn't know about...

    Well done, it's always good to see such a huge build finished ;)
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  9. loicvdb

    loicvdb Active Member

    Oops, I must fix that
  10. minemuke

    minemuke Well-Known Member

    WOW thats magnificent! That is soo cool. Nice job with I was that good! Jealousy!
  11. Toki_12

    Toki_12 Well-Known Member

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    SoCool21 Last Remaining HG Mod

  13. NickManEA

    NickManEA Build trial-JMOD

    Absolutely fantastic. I've never visited France or in this case Paris to see this humongous Cathedral from a close distance (the only place I visited is my fridge) but this build has it all and it's so realistic. The shaders look impressive along with the lovely glass work but which are they? I would like to try them too.

    Keep it up with such builds!

    P.S.: I don't want to disappoint you but the time difference from March 4th 2016 to May 5th 2017 isn't 1 year, 1 month and 1 day. It's 1 year, 2 months and 1 day.
  14. loicvdb

    loicvdb Active Member

    Thanks! The shaders are the Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders v11.0
  15. Xelasi

    Xelasi Retired Mod | CTF Map Builder

    This is beautiful. Great pictures of it, too.
  16. loicvdb

    loicvdb Active Member

    Oh yeah you're right, I first thought it was april, corrected it but forgot that ... Thank you for pointing it out!
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  17. Charlie_0014

    Charlie_0014 #NotSteveAnymore

    Looks great! I think we all know who the next Builder of the Month is...
  18. Ice_Bear1

    Ice_Bear1 Member

    Ice Bear highly impressed
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