In Progress House Goode by Patrick_0901

AerioOndos

Donkey Lord
Just some feedback for the holdfast test

The gradient could use more of a pattern to it. For instance, light stone seems to touch small stone brick, smooth stone brick, dark cobble and river cobble. It would be better to arrange it so that these are separated so that 1 block only touches 2 other kinds. For instance, the small grey stones > river cobble > smooth small brick > small brick > dark cobble.
I'd recommend going for something more like L Grey > River > Smooth > Small brick and only using dark cobble in the most eroded sections where there is actual damage.
 
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Opaco123

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Just some feedback for the holdfast test

The gradient could use more of a pattern to it. For instance, light stone seems to touch small stone brick, smooth stone brick, dark cobble and river cobble. It would be better to arrange it so that these are separated so that 1 block only touches 2 other kinds. For instance, the small grey stones > river cobble > smooth small brick > small brick > dark cobble.
I'd recommend going for something more like L Grey > River > Smooth > Small brick and only using dark cobble in the most eroded sections where there is actual damage.
I cleaned up the gradient a little. Not exactly to what you said but I think it's a little more consistent with the rest of the stone gradients around goode like in hf2. If you still think it looks off lmk and I can go back in again
 
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Opaco123

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also be careful with the biome, goode uses jungleedge, which changes the stone gradient a bit.
Yeah, though the jungle biome just makes the lighter stones darker so it should be fine, like I said the gradient is very similar to hf2.
 

Opaco123

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Just some feedback for the holdfast test

The gradient could use more of a pattern to it. For instance, light stone seems to touch small stone brick, smooth stone brick, dark cobble and river cobble. It would be better to arrange it so that these are separated so that 1 block only touches 2 other kinds. For instance, the small grey stones > river cobble > smooth small brick > small brick > dark cobble.
I'd recommend going for something more like L Grey > River > Smooth > Small brick and only using dark cobble in the most eroded sections where there is actual damage.
Alright redid the gradient again, think it passes this time.
 

Horsthausen

Bard
The sluice gate and frame over it could be streamlined and made less pronounced and thus creating focus on the waterwheel and other parts of the farmstead.
Hey guys, it has been a while but I have now worked on the sluice gate again to make it smaller without a big frame on top. LMK what you think. The test is still on my plot.