HOWTO make huge, wall-mounted papercraft Minecraft scenery


11 Responses to “HOWTO make huge, wall-mounted papercraft Minecraft scenery”

  1. David Kluskiewicz says:

    I can’t believe the folks at 3M haven’t thought of Minecraft Post-It notes yet.

    • anansi133 says:

       The Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co probably thought of it a long time ago and then forgot about it. They haven’t figured out teh intarwebs yetl.

  2. Should’ve put the diamond ore directly under the lava. That’s where I’m more likely to find it anyway.

  3. travis swain pendlebury says:

    this would also work nice with a dwarf fortress tile set. the obvious difference being that everything shall be soaked in GOBLIN BLOOD!(and quite a bit of cat)

  4. ostsee says:

    this is an great idea for my living room. i try to realize it to

  5. wastrel says:

    Mossy cobble is only on the floor of dungeons.  Walls are cobblestone, and the ceiling is unchanged from the existing environment.  Thank you for reading this very important nitpick.

  6. Boundegar says:

    Obviously this is peaceful mode.  Wussies.

  7. This would be nice as small magnets where you can move them around and make your own terrain.

    Maybe make them double sided and the reverse is what the blocks turn into mined. So on the back of stone there’s cobble, lava/obsidian, grass/dirt, logs/plank. Gold, diamond and iron ore can be solid blocks of the ingots. Coal can be a Torch and maybe that side is coated to glow in the dark.  Mossy cobble can be mob spawners with faces, they’re could be multiple versions for each mob. Pair other blocks up and it becomes a nice construction set.

    A different pack could be redstone in the — and + shapes. Redstone torches and Repeaters can share one. You could do Redstone diagrams on your fridge.

    These could be collectibles like you buy a package and what’s inside is random. Rares could be like Enderdragon Eggs or the Eye of Ender square on End Portals. Cake would be super duper rare.

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