Heya! In this guide I’ll show you how to make a smiting room! This room could go well with Medieval RPGs or other things!
To start off you’ll need to make a 10 by 10 room, the floor can be whatever you choose; but I chose to make it out of wood! Then for the walls, You could use actual terrain, but I chose to use Vertical and Horizontal Stone walls.
Then, once you have the flooring completed; We can move on to the next step!
The interior will be
VERY detailed, consisting of a lot of props. Here are the things you’ll need for the interior:
Once you have everything, Put them inside the house like so;
(P.S. You can add more stuff if you want)
And Boom! You’ve got the interior done! You can make the room as big as you want; but im keeping it compact so its not that difficult to make.
And there you have it! You’ve made a Smiting room! I hope you enjoy this guide and have a great day! Please let me know if someone has already done this before- Thanks!
This post was inspired by
@WolfTechnology & @Blackfox45666
So after seeing
@Blackfox45666’s smithy guide, I saw that there was a lot that i may be able to improve. So i made this version of of what I believe looks as realistic as you can get in gimkit. Nothing is colored or resized, but I did tilt some of the props. But otherwise it is super easy and anyone can make it from just looking at it. Warning: does contain a LOT of painful layering.
Here is what my final product turned out as.
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Here is …
first start with marble terrain and outline it with stone barriers like this
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then place these items like this
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and ur done
oooo this is nice! this is the third one tho, you may want to credit,
@WolfTechnology and @Blackfox45666 ’s.
Thank you for letting me know! I’ll put their links in the post!
Yeah, it does look like theirs. But otherwise, Great job,
Thanks you for crediting my guide.
Maybe you could try linking the words to the guides, like
@WolfTechnology ‘s iron smith shop and @Blackfox45666 ‘s forge guide!
Thank you- I couldn’t find the link so I just posted their names…
No problem! I’m glad to be able to help!
pretty cool! I think it is really easy and simple! not much work! Overall great work!