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  • 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.

    To get started, visit The New Player Guide
  • Did you know you can upload your screenshots to your own Media section?.You can get ratings and comments on the uploaded material!
  • 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.

  • This community does not generate revenue and relies on its members and financial contributors to keep it running.

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

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wheelleee

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Here is where one can post impressive things they have done/worked on in world painter. To start,
 

arcusthehero

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Firstly nice =) Second, who's 'they'. Thirdly, is that a place from somewhere? or is it just made up?
 

wheelleee

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Made up place. Anyone can post here screens about their achievements in world painter :p.
 

Olwe

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#4


I feel like this is half-decent do to the fact that I have no clue how to use World Painter yet.

I'm going to keep editing this post to show my progress for the map.
 
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_Luk

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its not done yet + an old project but its i think my best WP thingy i ever did :p
 

Will_Slams

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#15
Just made my first (completed) world! Calling it "Terra Dividitur," Latin for "Divided Land."


And I was really happy with how those frozen mountains turned out: