Wheeee pretty colors!
Okay, this is random as heck, but I somewhat miss the time when games and various software used palette swaps and color rotations to make special effects. The above is a good (if gaudy) example of that.
For example, old videogames could represent a waterfall by cycling a few blue colors in their palette, simulating movement without actually having an animation. It usually created a very smooth effect that even 3D games sometimes struggle with.
Mushroom Island, on the Creeper’s Lab, is where we regrouped most of our Super Mario-themed buildings. Peach’s Castle is even there!
In the back is the main base of three of the server’s regular players.
I like this place quite a bit! There’s room for some additions, too.
The Nazi Germany battleship Bismark, built by Anonymous_SoFar, at full scale. Seen on the Creepers’s Lab!
Mario Kart 64’s Bowser’s Castle, recreated at full scale in Minecraft. I worked on this on-and-off for a long time, but here it is at last!
Once in a while, we hold races on it on the Creeper’s Lab! If you’re looking for a fun community playing in survival and doing special events once in a while, join us!
The fancy neighborhood of Oak Hills, quietly sleeping at night, as seen on the Creeper’s Lab.
I’ve always been fond of this place!
I fixed it. I’m sorry.
I decided to try to produce Minecraft renders, and this is the first serious result: part of the spawn town of the Creeper’s Lab, Central! One can see the Community Center, Grand Central Station, the Commercial District, the farms along with some other buildings.
This image and all upcoming renders are at full HD resolution and make for nice desktop wallpapers!
Looking for a survival Minecraft server with a friendly community, active staff and a goal of long-term stability? Then join us today on the Creeper’s Lab!
We’re launching a contest, and people need to place a sign to claim an area. Salifax did exactly that, left for a few minutes, then came back to THIS…