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How To Make Minecraft Map Art! ▫ The Minecraft Survival Guide (Tutorial Lets Play) [Part 166]

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The Minecraft Survival Guide continues! This tutorial will give you some tips for making map art in Minecraft, and we explore the Cartography table’s ability to lock maps – so you can use the same area to make map art over and over again!

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The series will teach you how to master Survival Mode, and will also be my Single Player Let’s Play series!

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Date: June 24, 2020

38 thoughts on “How To Make Minecraft Map Art! ▫ The Minecraft Survival Guide (Tutorial Lets Play) [Part 166]

  1. You could try spacing “the survival guide” higher and lower from the word minecraft… the. You can get the lettering just that little bit better

  2. You should have just downsized your image to 128 by 128 in photoshop or literally any graphics program to see exactly what color each block should be instead of guessing.

  3. 9:40 “But that’s going to require you to flatten out a lot more terrain”

    No it won’t. You can lock the maps, as explained earlier in the episode. Just make each map in the same area, locking in between.

  4. You can use cross stich patterns for they're already gridded and get some wicked designs e.g. spiderman, if you're working on something larger than a single map, work from the middle out that way everything is centralized… once you've locked the map go ahead and clear what you did and move it along this time starting right at the edge (once completed the two or more images will fit together)

  5. I'm probably a few months late saying this, but you could have copied it, pasted it into mspaint, and then shrunk it to 10% while it was selected. When you shrink a selection in paint it doesn't blur which is perfect for pixel art, and further (I don't know tye specific setting in photoshop) you can actually limit the pallet to x amounts of colors which makes it way easier to have a selection of blocks to use.

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