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This isn’t a sketch created from my Bamboo Create, but it’s rather a look at another creative project I’ve been working on.  Some members of our team on Banana Scoop are really into Minecraft, a game that I’ve written about here, here, and here.  We’ve finally created a server which allows us to play multiplayer and we have since then begun creating a small town.  We’re really proud of what we’ve created so far, and it’s only growing.  So sorry I haven’t been able to have time to draw, I’ve been really busy building these houses!  Here’s a look at the town created so far! Enjoy.

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Minecraft is trending hard in my life, so I’m tending to write a lot about it recently.One of the toughest things about Minecraft is the lack of a rulebook.  If you’re not familiar with the Minecraft wiki or the game itself, getting started can be one of the hardest things.  The game doesn’t really tell you how to start or even what you’re supposed to do when you arrive on your randomly generated world.  And if you haven’t seen any videos or don’t have an experienced buddy playing with you, learning some of the pro tips can be difficult.  I learned about half of these for the first time only about a week ago and I’ve been playing for 2-3 months!  So this is for all who could use some tips to make the best of your Minecraft experiences!

1. Pressing Shift While Clicking Allows You to Move Directly from Inventory to Chest or Chest to Inventory

If you need to move mass stacks of objects from one place to another, holding shift while you click is a good way to do that!  Before that, you’d have to click things in individual objects.  This principle can be applied to removing things from ovens, chests, inventories, etc.  Definitely a must if you need to speed move.


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