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Danelli

Stylish Builds

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I am rather new at Terra Firma Craft and was wondering if anyone knew types of logs, planks, or/and stones that look good together. The only decent combination I have found is birch planks and douglas fir logs, so I have pretty much built everything out of that. I would like a few new options though.

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i may make a tutorial on how to make good looking builds in TFC, im pretty good builder in Vanilla minecraft, but first i have to make some tests, want to see who is interested as well

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i may make a tutorial on how to make good looking builds in TFC, im pretty good builder in Vanilla minecraft, but first i have to make some tests, want to see who is interested as well

It would be much appreciated :D

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I love building out of granite, it's a white block with a tiny bit of texture. It goes well with dark blocks, like basalt, but even better with dark gray ones, like andesite.

For wood, I like building Douglas Fir logs as corner beams, with horizontal willow logs as the walls. Chestnut makes a very cool dark wood.

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I myself like a combination of granite and douglas fir (both plank blocks and logs). And as of recently I've been using hickory planks for window and door frames and such (they fit with the dark douglas fir logs). But there are many great combinations, I think the real fun is in trying them out yourself :)

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having tried to make a set of combining materials, i discovered the huge amount of variables there can be, its huge really. And a downside i see in the Texturepack is that most of the planks have weird unrealistic colors, i think i will better make a guide on how to combine materials, or a video maybe, what would you prefer?

I can also make a set of builds that look good and are not so expensive.I can accept requests.

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having tried to make a set of combining materials, i discovered the huge amount of variables there can be, its huge really. And a downside i see in the Texturepack is that most of the planks have weird unrealistic colors, i think i will better make a guide on how to combine materials, or a video maybe, what would you prefer?

I can also make a set of builds that look good and are not so expensive.I can accept requests.

I would love both, but if I had to pick, I would go with a video on how to combine materials. I feel like it would be better to learn how to do it myself than constantly copy other people's builds.

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