[Java] Animated 3D CubeCraft Logo (using Minecraft map art)

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  1. Riley

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    Hello!

    For the past few weeks, I have been busy creating a multiplayer minigame map. The idea was derived from a popular Duels kit on CubeCraft. Because of that, I decided to credit the server by plopping down an advertisement button with a logo...

    At first, I just copied the regular, old, 2D logo and that was that, but I kept thinking about a 3D logo that was animated :) I got in touch with Story and he got to work. I received a GIF of the animation to visualize the result, alongside the 121 frames as .jpg images. Converting all of these to filled Minecraft maps was a long, boring and tedious process, yet not too difficult.

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    Visualization of the possible end result

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    The frames as .jpg images

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    A small portion of the commands used to make it work in-game



    And now, what you probably really want to see, in-game:

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    Thanks for checking out, and thank you again to Story! :D

    - Riley
     
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    Maybe blend it in with the quartz background so it fits in nicely by putting a gradient between the blue and white around the edges?
     
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    I thought about this as well, but there's a visible item frame border. Besides, I don't think any combination of Minecraft blocks would be able to look like smooth quartz. Also, I think it would be too late now anyway :p Thanks though!!