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I searched around but did not manage to find the obligatory pics thread. So, here is a start...C: RESTRICTIONS When posting, try to use thumbnails if possible, or put your pictures in spoiler tags.Try not to attach the pictures as a file. You can upload your images to an image hosting site like photobucket, imageshack, imgur etc.To keep the thread tidy, try to not put more than 6 screenshots per post. Also, tell us about what you are showing. This mod excels on both scarcity and resource management, thus making most builds far more difficult to achieve. And also, far more gratifying when you finally finish your project. So...share it with us..^^Well, I might as well start...C:Small log cabin I always wanted to utilise the log pile texture as a building material, so I decided to build a small logging cabin in the forest as soon as I was relatively safe and prospering. Alligning the damn blocks was a nightmare due to the way the log pile block works, so I had to make a scaffolding system using dirt to make the actual skeleton for the hut. The wood of choice for the build is Hickory. I value it a lot for its superb burning properties but thought that I could spare some to make the plank panelling around the house anyway. The result is somewhat satisfactory, and I am happy to have a small base in the forest now so that I can spend time there when on logging trips.