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Tree Schematic Contributions

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The tree looks good Balthizar. I definitely wouldn't want to go any bigger than that.

Ok well I will keep my parameters to this size and smaller. I am going to do a fully grown version of each of the trees that fit within this box before moving into duplicates or small versions.
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An Equiry about the Addition of a Water-storing Desert Tree

 

Baobabs would allow players to obtain water more easily in a somewhat harsh desert terrain. The bark of baobabs can be used as cordage, as well. Six of the nine baobabs species discovered so far are precinctive to Madagascar, two of them can be found in Africa, and one is endemic to northwestern Australia. These trees store water in their trunks to survive the dry season. The baobabs can be 5-30m tall and can be 6-14m in diameter, depending upon the species you look at.

 

Addendum: They are leafless for most of the year, and when they do have leaves, the leaves are sparse.

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Baobab trees ARE interesting but I don't know how I feel about adding them.

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haha too much woods! :| ...and 4 stones axes!!

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Baobab trees ARE interesting but I don't know how I feel about adding them.

 

Ok.

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Bioxx, have you got a list of trees that are already modeled, so that we know which ones to work on?

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Bioxx, have you got a list of trees that are already modeled, so that we know which ones to work on?

 

The zip file in the OP contains a world save all off the trees that are currently being used. You can simply put that in your save folder of a vanilla MC instance and see for yourself :)

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Also Uncle Gus, and Bioxx correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure that just because there's already a model of any given tree at any given size, doesn't mean there can't be more variations for that type-size.  Variety is the spice of life, as they say! 

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Also Uncle Gus, and Bioxx correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure that just because there's already a model of any given tree at any given size, doesn't mean there can't be more variations for that type-size.  Variety is the spice of life, as they say! 

This is entirely correct.

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Alrighty, so this is my submission. THE AMERICAN SASSAFRAS. This tree is native to the southeastern US, and is commonly used as the flavoring in root beer. The roots, leaves  and bark are edible, however the bark and roots are typically used as tea. Their foliage is shaggy and turns a brilliant shade of red in the fall.

 

I have made a small, medium, and large variants of this tree.

I have a small problem, however, due to my inexperience of posting on this forum, I cannot figure out how to attach images. Any help?

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This should give you a good idea of what I'm looking for.

 

Does it matter how many wood blocks are used in a small/normal/large tree? If so, can you offer some acceptable ranges?

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@yeahminecraft16 I got the zip file but haven't taken a look as of yet. Thanks for the submission.

 

@subarctic_guy take a look at the tree world which I have provided in the OP to get a good idea on what is acceptable. Try to stay away from monster trees if you can help it.

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Ferrous sulfate mixed with woods with natural tannins [oak im looking at you.] will produce blue wood... maybe that can be a mod/addon/later feature. 

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Well, this thread's been dormant for a while... so i thought i'd bring it back to life by submitting a few more tree schematics. Here's the ZIP file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i5p72svuis7x1tk/Tree Schematics TFC2.zip?dl=0

apologies if the trees are a little disorganized-that was just me being kinda dumb lol, but i'm to lazy to change it :P i do ,however, believe that none of the schematics should overlap.

 

included are:

Ash-1 Small, 1 Normal, 1 Large - might work for a different tree as well

Aspen-1 Small, 1 Normal, 1 Large

Birch-2 Small, 2 Normal, 2 Large-One of each type has a straight trunk, the other has a split trunk, both are seen in real birch trees often

Pine-0 Small, 4 Normal, 2 Large-Tried to replicate more of what i see normally in pine trees, especially the ones around here where i live (Wisconsin), but also all around the world. This also separates them in look from the other conifers, just as they look different IRL

Sequoia-0 Small, 0 Normal, 1 Large-Tried to replicate some of the really huge giant sequoias such as the General Sherman tree (the biggest in the world) by making the leaves begin higher off of the ground than the ones in the example world. This would probably also help give variety to sequoia forests without being crazy.

2016-08-29_23.45.35.png

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15 hours ago, yeahminecraft16 said:

Well, this thread's been dormant for a while... so i thought i'd bring it back to life by submitting a few more tree schematics. Here's the ZIP file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i5p72svuis7x1tk/Tree Schematics TFC2.zip?dl=0

apologies if the trees are a little disorganized-that was just me being kinda dumb lol, but i'm to lazy to change it :P i do ,however, believe that none of the schematics should overlap.

 

included are:

Ash-1 Small, 1 Normal, 1 Large - might work for a different tree as well

Aspen-1 Small, 1 Normal, 1 Large

Birch-2 Small, 2 Normal, 2 Large-One of each type has a straight trunk, the other has a split trunk, both are seen in real birch trees often

Pine-0 Small, 4 Normal, 2 Large-Tried to replicate more of what i see normally in pine trees, especially the ones around here where i live (Wisconsin), but also all around the world. This also separates them in look from the other conifers, just as they look different IRL

Sequoia-0 Small, 0 Normal, 1 Large-Tried to replicate some of the really huge giant sequoias such as the General Sherman tree (the biggest in the world) by making the leaves begin higher off of the ground than the ones in the example world. This would probably also help give variety to sequoia forests without being crazy.

2016-08-29_23.45.35.png

 Can you send more specific pictures?

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Just now, yeahminecraft16 said:

 

oops, idk why that deleted my text... ok

so what i said was basically that it wouldn't let me add multiple screenshots-if you want a better look at the trees, you could download the world, or i do have a link here with their pictures: TFC 2 Trees

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in Thailand,we use tamarind wood for making cookware,houses,furniture and bullock carts    it also burn for a very lang time and give a lots of heats

and tamarid is also eatable.it size will be medium and,or large and it will grow in hot places

ผลการค้นหารูปภาพสำหรับ ไม้มะขามผลการค้นหารูปภาพสำหรับ มะขาม               tamarid logs and fruits

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