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Negative Spaces - Interesting Take on Building


New Fish
Mar 1, 2015
I like the guide, but the title "Negative Spaces" gave me a different idea... Se you on Minr, I'll be building my next map!


minr op since Nov 2011
Oct 28, 2013
It defiantly is an interesting approach. However, it required either one of two things:
  • You already have a good idea of what it is you are building on a larger scale than the building you are on at that moment (something I never have personally)
  • Your mind works well with procedural design (something I believe is not all that common in people),
What I have done in the past to achieve a similar effect is what I personally deem evolutionary building. I start out with just a simple house that barely meets survival play needs, and then build off of it as I progress. Over time as you add and remove walls, change aesthetics, and branch out to other builds you end up with something very different. I wish I still had my original survival world to show what I mean.