Merlin's skreeniesss

  • Minecraft Middle Earth is a Minecraft community that recreates the world described by JRR Tolkien and his writings. Everyone can participate in organized events in which we collaborate to create major landmarks, terrain, caves, castles, towns, farms and more.

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  • This weekend 20-21 April the website will be unavailable for a few hours for a scheduled upgrade and maintenance. Estimated time that the site will be unavailable will be around 3 hours.

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    For a complete month, we would need around 235 USD for a break-even situation.

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Merluin

Foreman
Foreman
Jul 23, 2017
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#1
Hi there, This is the start of my very own screenshot thread....
(because I can't find the public one :p)

DA Screenshots:
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ryttyr

Dirt Conaisseur
Apr 22, 2014
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#3
Not to be rude but I feel lie the only thing impressive about your screenshots are your shaders. Otherwise it's just random shts of DA. Nothing is really in focus in any of your pictures which is a shame because that makes them just look messy in my opinion and with so gorgeous shaders I really think you can do better. A good picture needs a motif and that motif should be the center of attention and in my opinion clearly vissible. So you have a lot of potential here and I suggest you use it to the fullest.
Ps. I do realize that the problem I see in tjese pictures might just be my own taste in immagery clashing with yours. Other people might like pictures like this however I feel they lack a cear focus.
 

Merluin

Foreman
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Jul 23, 2017
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#4
Not to be rude but I feel lie the only thing impressive about your screenshots are your shaders. Otherwise it's just random shts of DA. Nothing is really in focus in any of your pictures which is a shame because that makes them just look messy in my opinion and with so gorgeous shaders I really think you can do better. A good picture needs a motif and that motif should be the center of attention and in my opinion clearly vissible. So you have a lot of potential here and I suggest you use it to the fullest.
Ps. I do realize that the problem I see in tjese pictures might just be my own taste in immagery clashing with yours. Other people might like pictures like this however I feel they lack a cear focus.
Okay, about da shaders bein the only impressive thing, I dissagry. You can let anyone take those screens with chocapic, the real art is to get the ptime right in combination with ma custom sky rp...

The purpose of these screens wasn't showin one particular build, but DA as a whole, so stay tuned for screens about a certain build ;)
 

ryttyr

Dirt Conaisseur
Apr 22, 2014
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#5
Okay, about da shaders bein the only impressive thing, I dissagry. You can let anyone take those screens with chocapic, the real art is to get the ptime right in combination with ma custom sky rp...

The purpose of these screens wasn't showin one particular build, but DA as a whole, so stay tuned for screens about a certain build ;)
Yes that sky sure is impressive. Impressive enough that it doesn't matter that it is DA you have in the foreground as it would have looked just as good with an empty hill. I think that there could be ways to show of your beutiful sky just as good but without it stealing the attention of DA and I think that having a clear motif could help with that. Then again... my favorite of your pictures is the one with the rooftops overlooking the docks during dawn. I think that's because the sky and the lighting on the houses kinda shares the same hue which ties the entire vista together.
 
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