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My results of lesson one ^^

My results of lesson one ^^

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Beginning Builder University - Lesson One. Beginning Builder University - Lesson One. Presentation Transcript

  • Lesson one: Building the Barn Hello! And welcome to the building site! Today myseld and my horse will show you around the barn we’ve just completed. My name is Elise, I’m a testing-sim, and I will be your guide. As you can see, Pepper the horse can play around inside the fenced area without having to miss any of the fun she’d have out in the wild. By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn It’s taken her a while to practice, but look at her jump! She’s just wanting to show you that she can reach every little bit of her playground, so she’s showing off a bit.. Any horse would be happy to live here. I’ve taken care of everything, and even improved her dinking spot by making it fill itself automatically. By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn Let’s take a look inside. The barn doors open pretty quickly, and the cameraman lets you peek inside a bit. To the right is an in- flight shot of the barn. You can see all the rooms and stables we’ve made. By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn There’s a number of nifty rooms waiting to be used.. By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn As you can see, there’s plenty of room in the stables for horses. Pepper sure doesn’t mind being in there for a while. We’ve chosen for a stone floor in the main part of the barn, because that will last for a while. We wouldnt want the horses to break down a wooden floor now would we.. Now let’s proceed up- stairs! By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn And here we are. Nothing too fancy, just a place to store the hay for the animals, and a door to the helps room. The lower picture has a floorplan of the top floor. As you can see, the appartment isnt too big, but has everything you might need. By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn Here are some pictures of the appartment. When you enter, theres a tv-corner next to the wall. On the other side is a door to the bathroom, which we will look at later. The tv has been upgraded to have more channels, so it being slightly old shouldn’t matter. As you may be able to tell, we went for an old- fashioned look in this appartment. We felt that would fit the barn best. The door you see in the picture below and to the right leads to the bedroom. The kitchen is upgraded wherever possible. The stove is fireproof, and the sink will clean itself. I wanted to improve the fridge as well, but with an outdated model like this, that doesn’t seem to be possible. By: MariskaAmy
  • Lesson one: Building the Barn Here you’re able to see the bathroom. It’s nothing fancy, but at least the shower won’t ever break, nor will the toilet! I’ve upgraded them both so the help wont spend his precious time fixing anything. This is the helps bedroom. It’s a rather calm place, where he’d be able to get a good night’s sleep. There’s also a desk so he write his family or keep a diary. Well, that was the tour. I hoped you enjoy what I’ve made so far, and if you did, be sure to check back next week! By: MariskaAmy