Ok, so its not much, but i thought this would be the perfect place to ask what material i should use for the walls. Doesn't matter how expensive, but the cheaper, the better. http://i.imgur.com/4HqzcZE.jpg?1
This is my house. The log is made from Twilight Forest Dark Wood, the planks on the walls are Mahogony and the Floor is Ebony.
The interior of the house I designed to be a trophy hall of sorts. A big one.
In the bigass basement I have my lab. The holes in the floor are tanks and mob farms which are switched off at the moment. I have three of them, one for Zombie Pigmen, Wither Skeletons and Witches.
I also have a little room for my captured desert testificates.
I got my portals here including one which goes to a friend of mine's "Compensation Tower."
These are mah bees. #hardcore - So far I've managed to bread Imperials and Industrious. I'm working on a tropical climate mystcraft age for tropical bees in order to start making backpacks.
So far I have the bees set up to be automated on a redstone signal for overnight use and I have some centrifuges with a ghetto-ass way of processing the combs.
That's the most interesting thing I have so far. I'm working on a chicken powered matter fabricator, so should be fun when it's finished.
update time for my sky base
Main tower exterior 50 blocks high 30 wide
First tower interior future portal room
add more three smaller island tower which will have these purposes
a bee island including the processing of combs
lirbary/enchantment and thaumcraft tower
power monitor room( may change later)
create 7 by 7 island in between bridges to house farms for bio fuel
decorate main tower interior
hidden armory in main tower
See this is what I would call a necro because a stickies thread already exists for bases so making a post in this thread seems a waste. However, if this was the only base design thread then I would be fine.
This is my current FTB Monster survival map, it's in the early stages and I haven't started on a factory yet.
The reason being, I prefer to stay away from the big buildings because they end up becoming eye-sores to look at.
The house is my own design (and in the past I've been terrible at designing) which is a 7x9 with a similarly-sized downstairs with full 30-level enchanting and 24 gold chests worth of storage.
Not much room to move inside but it works just fine as a small, resource-efficient design.