Builder Application: Wizard_sir_avery: ACCEPTED

Player name: wizard_sir_avery

How long have you been a member of this project?: I have been looking at ardacraft for a couple years

How old are you?:

Where are you from?: Minnesota, USA

Are you in our Discord?: yes

Why do you want to help with this project?: I like building, Minecraft, and Tolkien. Altogether, good

Which Tolkien-related works have you read, seen or listened to?: I have read, The Hobbit, Silmarillion, Children of Hurin, Listened to The Two Towers Audio Book, and Of Sorcerers And Men Tolkien and Roots of Modern Fantasy Literature Audio Book. Watched all the Hobbit films and Lord of the Ring films.


Are there any styles that you excel at? Any styles which you have difficulty with?: I am good at organic and nature builds, historic builds.

Other relevant skills: Interior and Architectural Design. Creative thinking.

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This is an almost 100% copy of one of the houses in Southern Mithlond, it’s good practice if you’re new to our build style, but it’s not good to actually apply with it.

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I will build a small Mithlond house that will not be %100 copy

I’ve put your updated build in this thread, you don’t need multiple threads for your application :slight_smile:

It’s pretty good, but you need to make sure to cover up the tiles on the inside.

Do you think you could have a go at a dwarven build? Something like a pillar, wall or house.

I will fix that, and what type of dwarven wall? Blue Mountain, Misty Mountain, Lonely Mountain, Iron Hill, Dwarves. I’m guessing Blue Mountain Dwarves?

Blue Mountains.

./warp Bizar-Filatin for the best examples. It’s mostly about the housing at this point, since we need most help there.

okay I will look for some inspiration here’s the dwarf house.Hope you like it. :slight_smile:

Avoid placing normal torches on the walls. We have many different styles of lighting and not every room needs to be 100% lit.

Fixed it. :slight_smile::relaxed:

This looks great, just remember for future that you need to cover up tiles on the inside of houses. Welcome to the team!