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Minecraft meet the XIXth century by Aulren Minecraft meet the XIXth century by Aulren
Illustration for a XIXth century minecraft server where you can see some of my building.

It is a public server so you can visit it without restriction. (unless there is too many people)

Original screenshot : [link]

Server adress : animatedgif.biz

Cartographer link : [link]

A video if you want to preview the server (or if you cant connect on it) : [link]


Pour ceux qui parlent français, il y a plusieurs enquêtes à mener sur la map qui vous feront visiter les principaux lieux.

Lien du forum pour le serveur : [link].

Lien pour l’enquête : [link]
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AGiLE-EaGLE1994 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is so AWESOME!!
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Aulren Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks :)
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AGiLE-EaGLE1994 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Welcome ;D
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Ihavenoname323 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing work again, dude!
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Aulren Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a lot
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xRILLIANx Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Student Interface Designer
This is fabulous! What medium is this? And also, did you just take a screenshot of your game, and then draw/paint/create a totally new image with your screenshot as reference? Or did you just manipulate the screenshot?
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Aulren Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks a lot. It's a kind of extended reinterpretation of a screenshot. I basically redo as close as I can the original material. (I've added the link to the base screenshot in the description)
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xRILLIANx Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Student Interface Designer
So you do this in Photoshop then? I think I've talked to you about your art before, but I'm an art student getting a portfolio ready, and I want to use Minecraft as an art medium (but obviously MC screenshots wouldn't be that professional), so I want to figure out how you do this. Do you use a tablet, do line art, and then use texture images for the coloring?
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Aulren Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
It's done on Photoshop yes. Actually the lineart I use is the minecraft ingame screenshot, then the big part is only photomanipulations, texturing, painting etc to enhance the basic material.

Basically I just take a picture, have a flash ^^ and get as close as I can to what I have in mind (roughly the same process for all my work with or without a picture as lineart cause I suck at drawing). In this case it was a XIXth century painting of a basic scenary with a funny mise en abîme inside. The most difficult is making the perspectives work, the rest is only photoshop skills you learn with time.

I think minecraft could be addition to a portfolio, you just have to make something awesome with the best render you can(with the help of a 3D program and photoshop of course). Because you can experiment architecture, sculpture, pixel art with challenging the constraint of minecraft.

By the way, I remember you :p I have planned to work on the pic you've given to me after this one ^^.
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xRILLIANx Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Student Interface Designer
Oh, thank you for the explanation! I think I'll be getting a tablet pretty soon, so I can start practicing this with my shots. Do you do any editing to the minecraft screenshots before you put them into Photoshop (e.g. do you use shaders in-game for lighting and shadow, or a water mod to make the water more beautiful)?
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