I've gone through and implemented most of the feedback here. My only thing about the building in Kerseyford is it's intended to stand out as a more industrial building against the backdrop of the idyllic village.Alright, finally got around to post-approval.
Overall, fantastic job with this project - I know it was a bit of a rocky road, but it turned out to be one of the quaintest areas on the server! Really fun to explore. Here's my post-approval feedback, mostly minor stuff:
- There are a couple spots where the yard walls look a bit messy, mainly due to pebble blocks which I think can be toned down a little. I've marked these with melons.
- I'd recommend going through and retrofitting a couple interiors with the dark wattle where appropriate. I've meloned a couple houses where I think this should be done.
- Looks like there was a minor glitch with one of the vegetable patches; I've meloned it.
- Minor unfinished bit in the storage barn.
- I'd clean up the pebble layers in the roads a bit; it looks rather messy in some parts at the moment, and doesn't feel very contiguous with the surrounding builds which don't use this road style.
- I've meloned a vegetable patch which seems unfinished/missing crops (ignore if this was intentional)
- I'm not a big fan of the pyramid roof shape on one of the 45-degree houses that I've meloned. I'd try experimenting with alternative designs.
- Found an unfurnished shed in the septry.
- There's one particular house that I'm not sure about; I've meloned it in-game explaining in a bit more detail.
- I'd like to see the grass mix improved in a couple areas, such as the hills near the castle. Just making blocks like the "green scrub grass" and the heather a little less uniform in the mix using perlin noise. Hopefully this should be a pretty quick job.
- Make sure to clean up old warps (e.g. lesbos, varnerseptry, varnerhuntinglodge, varnercidery, varnerham1, varnerham2, varnerham3, etc.)
Otherwise, really nicely done - fix these things and I'm happy to post-approve! Let me know if you have any questions or concerns about any of it.