Growing up, I hated having a busy schedule–I worked at a bowling alley, involved heavily in the band, had my studies, and I still tried to have a social life. I remember thinking, “Life will be so much easier as an adult! I can do what I want when I want!”
Yeah, insert massive eye roll here. I was stupid in high school apparently.
Anyway, I’ve come to learn that I NEED A SCHEDULE. It’s like learning that you SHOULD eat your vegetables, or that your parents may actually know what they’re talking about… Without a schedule, I’m garbage.
I need my routine! That means that this project will get back to the normal, three-times-a-week update schedule that I had been doing (Sun., Wed., and Fri.). I may back it down to twice a week if things start to get crazy, but I would rather not!
Today, we’ll be revisiting a build. The original bridge in the Eastern water feature section. I decided that the bridge was too large of a scale for the area. I decided to take off a block on either side of the bridge and was immediately pleased by that decision. It looks much better when comparing it to the rest of the area, that’s for sure.
My next step today was to start figuring out where more houses would be. I’m trying to figure out how this small village has evolved, which like everything else in this project, is surprisingly difficult.
I’ve already said that the other two districts developed due to a need for more space and housing. This implies that there must be housing already, right? So, if that’s the case, I need to put some houses up! As I look at this, I’m keeping a running tally in my head: 4 double-deckers, 9 small cottages… that’s not a lot. I’ve got some more room to add more between the northern and the eastern districts, but is that enough? I know, this isn’t going
I know, this isn’t going to be a REAL city…but I still want to do my best! This requires more thought!