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This is a tutorial on how to build certain water/lava features.

Designs[]

Here are examples of designs for several water and lava features, including fountains, waterfalls, water walls, a lava incinerator, and a swimming pool.

Fountain[]

Fountains look great in large gardens, the center of a yard, the middle of a park, city, or amusement park.

Design 1[]

This design is a simple yet effective fountain. It has a square look to fit the theme of Minecraft, and it does not require any materials that are hard to acquire. You need a type of building block to start off with, as well as a bucket and a nearby water source.

To build this fountain, start off by constructing a 5X5 frame of any material you wish, but only place blocks on the edges, so that the water has a place to flow into. Then, build a 3 block high column in the middle of the frame. Just pour a water bucket on the top of the central column to finish it off, and the water should flow down all sides. You are done!

Design 2[]

To build a fountain just like Design 1 but for a little more complex, polished, and round look, try placing a row of three blocks 2 blocks from the center of the fountain, on every side, and then connect them with one diagonal block. See the following picture for a demonstration. This picture uses stone bricks as the building block.

Fountain expansions[]

There are many things to make a fountain even better and bigger.

You can make the central column higher. No matter how high it is, the water will always flow into the trench at the bottom and will not spill out, if you have done it correctly. If you want a very tall fountain, consider making a 10 block tall column, or more. You can also expand the width as well as the height. Instead of making the frame 5 x 5, make it as big as you'd like. However, make sure that it is not any smaller than 5 x 5, or the water will flow onto the frame, and spill out.

Another option to make your fountain bigger is to make the column in the middle bigger than one block. Consider using the center 3 x 3 area for the column. However, the frame must always be at least 4 blocks bigger in both length and width than the column. For example, if you had a 3 x 3 column, you must have at least a 7 x 7 frame. If you want a really giant fountain, make it with a 25 x 25 frame and a 3 x 3 column 25 blocks high.

For a more complex and round feel, make the shape of your fountain frame in a circle. This is rather difficult in the blocky world of Minecraft, but it is still possible (see "Tutorials/Creating shapes"). This will make your fountain look even better. The fountain design 2 is an example of a fountain with a very small circle frame.

Consider decorating your fountain. Make the fountain floor where the water flows stone brick, instead of dirt. Surround the bottom layer of the fountain with leaves, to give it a great-looking blend with nature. You can also grow trees around the fountain, but don't make them so tall or so close that they cover up the fountain.

Waterfall[]

Build a 1 deep, at least 3 wide all, however high you would like, to start. Then, build a barrier 1 block above the top of the wall, to prevent the water from flowing out the wrong way. Finally, add water on the top of the wall. Also, if you would like, you can build a 1 block deep trench at the bottom of the waterfall, so that the water goes straight down instead of all over the place.

Water or Lava Wall[]

Build a frame for your wall. Build two more frames, all touching. The middle one should be 1 block bigger on the top and bottom. Then, add water in the top gaps. The water should flow straight down into the trench at the bottom.

Tip: To build an incinerator, make a wall, but use lava. You can use this as a trash can, to throw in any items you don't want.

Swimming Pool[]

Swimming pools come in all shapes and sizes, so a lot of what a swimming pool looks like is up to you. One trick that is necessary when building 2, 3, and 4 block deep swimming pools, is in order to put water sources in every empty space, start by digging only 1 down for every block, and put the water layer there. Then, for the deeper parts, dig however many blocks down you want that part of the pool to be, and the water should flow down.

Here is an example of how to build a swimming pool. This one has an L shape to it.

  1. Build a 10 x 5 hole in the ground. Make it only 1 block deep.
  2. Build a 5 x 5 hole in front of the previous hole you made, connecting to it. You should now have an L-shaped hole.
  3. Fill all of the empty pool with buckets of water.
  4. Dig down 2 blocks for the 5 x 5 hole you made. Now you should have a 3-block deep pool in that section. This is the deep end of your pool (3 meters, or 10 feet deep).
  5. For the half of the 10 x 5 hole that's closest to the 5 x 5, dig down 1, to make a 2-block deep section. This is the medium end of your pool (2 meters, or 6 1/2 feet deep).
  6. For the other half of the 10 x 5 hole, leave it how it is, to make a 1-block deep section. (1 meter, or 3 feet deep)
  7. You have finished the basic outline of your pool. Now add some decoration and accessories.

Decorating and Accessories[]

A pool can have many accessories added to it to make it more decorated and more fun. Here are some tips:

  • Make the bottom of the floor concrete. Polished Diorite, Block of Quartz or Smooth Stone are some alternate choices.
  • Build a 3 wide path around the perimeter using concrete or other blocks. Dark Prismarine and other prismarine blocks can be a great accent material.
  • Make diving boards out of quartz, quartz slabs, and ladders. You can make them 1, 2, and 4 blocks high for low, medium, and high dives.
  • Put potted flowers in each of the corners of the pool.
  • Use wood planks and ladders to make the base of a lifeguard chair. For the chair, use a wood stair with item frames beside it. If you want a roof to the lifeguard chair, use lime wool, using fence posts to connect the chair to the roof.
  • Use quartz slabs and light blue wool to make lounge chairs.
  • Plant saplings around the perimeter of the pool, and grow them into trees. Make sure you place them far apart from each other and not too close to the pool, because trees can grow very big sometimes.
  • Use glowstone or sea lanterns for underwater lights (not shown in picture).
  • Add a smaller, shallower pool nearby, for a hot tub or kiddie pool (not shown).

See also[]

Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Tutorials/Building_water_features

This is a tutorial on how to build certain water/lava features.

Designs[]

Here are examples of designs for several water and lava features, including fountains, waterfalls, water walls, a lava incinerator, and a swimming pool.

Fountain[]

Fountains look great in large gardens, the center of a yard, the middle of a park, city, or amusement park.

Design 1[]

This design is a simple yet effective fountain. It has a square look to fit the theme of Minecraft, and it does not require any materials that are hard to acquire. You need a type of building block to start off with, as well as a bucket and a nearby water source.

To build this fountain, start off by constructing a 5X5 frame of any material you wish, but only place blocks on the edges, so that the water has a place to flow into. Then, build a 3 block high column in the middle of the frame. Just pour a water bucket on the top of the central column to finish it off, and the water should flow down all sides. You are done!

Design 2[]

To build a fountain just like Design 1 but for a little more complex, polished, and round look, try placing a row of three blocks 2 blocks from the center of the fountain, on every side, and then connect them with one diagonal block. See the following picture for a demonstration. This picture uses stone bricks as the building block.

Fountain expansions[]

There are many things to make a fountain even better and bigger.

You can make the central column higher. No matter how high it is, the water will always flow into the trench at the bottom and will not spill out, if you have done it correctly. If you want a very tall fountain, consider making a 10 block tall column, or more. You can also expand the width as well as the height. Instead of making the frame 5 x 5, make it as big as you'd like. However, make sure that it is not any smaller than 5 x 5, or the water will flow onto the frame, and spill out.

Another option to make your fountain bigger is to make the column in the middle bigger than one block. Consider using the center 3 x 3 area for the column. However, the frame must always be at least 4 blocks bigger in both length and width than the column. For example, if you had a 3 x 3 column, you must have at least a 7 x 7 frame. If you want a really giant fountain, make it with a 25 x 25 frame and a 3 x 3 column 25 blocks high.

For a more complex and round feel, make the shape of your fountain frame in a circle. This is rather difficult in the blocky world of Minecraft, but it is still possible (see "Tutorials/Creating shapes"). This will make your fountain look even better. The fountain design 2 is an example of a fountain with a very small circle frame.

Consider decorating your fountain. Make the fountain floor where the water flows stone brick, instead of dirt. Surround the bottom layer of the fountain with leaves, to give it a great-looking blend with nature. You can also grow trees around the fountain, but don't make them so tall or so close that they cover up the fountain.

Waterfall[]

Build a 1 deep, at least 3 wide all, however high you would like, to start. Then, build a barrier 1 block above the top of the wall, to prevent the water from flowing out the wrong way. Finally, add water on the top of the wall. Also, if you would like, you can build a 1 block deep trench at the bottom of the waterfall, so that the water goes straight down instead of all over the place.

Water or Lava Wall[]

Build a frame for your wall. Build two more frames, all touching. The middle one should be 1 block bigger on the top and bottom. Then, add water in the top gaps. The water should flow straight down into the trench at the bottom.

Tip: To build an incinerator, make a wall, but use lava. You can use this as a trash can, to throw in any items you don't want.

Swimming Pool[]

Swimming pools come in all shapes and sizes, so a lot of what a swimming pool looks like is up to you. One trick that is necessary when building 2, 3, and 4 block deep swimming pools, is in order to put water sources in every empty space, start by digging only 1 down for every block, and put the water layer there. Then, for the deeper parts, dig however many blocks down you want that part of the pool to be, and the water should flow down.

Here is an example of how to build a swimming pool. This one has an L shape to it.

  1. Build a 10 x 5 hole in the ground. Make it only 1 block deep.
  2. Build a 5 x 5 hole in front of the previous hole you made, connecting to it. You should now have an L-shaped hole.
  3. Fill all of the empty pool with buckets of water.
  4. Dig down 2 blocks for the 5 x 5 hole you made. Now you should have a 3-block deep pool in that section. This is the deep end of your pool (3 meters, or 10 feet deep).
  5. For the half of the 10 x 5 hole that's closest to the 5 x 5, dig down 1, to make a 2-block deep section. This is the medium end of your pool (2 meters, or 6 1/2 feet deep).
  6. For the other half of the 10 x 5 hole, leave it how it is, to make a 1-block deep section. (1 meter, or 3 feet deep)
  7. You have finished the basic outline of your pool. Now add some decoration and accessories.

Decorating and Accessories[]

A pool can have many accessories added to it to make it more decorated and more fun. Here are some tips:

  • Make the bottom of the floor concrete. Polished Diorite, Block of Quartz or Smooth Stone are some alternate choices.
  • Build a 3 wide path around the perimeter using concrete or other blocks. Dark Prismarine and other prismarine blocks can be a great accent material.
  • Make diving boards out of quartz, quartz slabs, and ladders. You can make them 1, 2, and 4 blocks high for low, medium, and high dives.
  • Put potted flowers in each of the corners of the pool.
  • Use wood planks and ladders to make the base of a lifeguard chair. For the chair, use a wood stair with item frames beside it. If you want a roof to the lifeguard chair, use lime wool, using fence posts to connect the chair to the roof.
  • Use quartz slabs and light blue wool to make lounge chairs.
  • Plant saplings around the perimeter of the pool, and grow them into trees. Make sure you place them far apart from each other and not too close to the pool, because trees can grow very big sometimes.
  • Use glowstone or sea lanterns for underwater lights (not shown in picture).
  • Add a smaller, shallower pool nearby, for a hot tub or kiddie pool (not shown).

See also[]

Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Tutorials/Building_water_features
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10 Minecraft Fountain Design Ideas and Examples

Minecraft fountains are one of the most popular decorations to build in the game. They can be a fun thing to build in Minecraft and look great almost anywhere, especially in gardens and courtyards. Most fountains can be made with simple materials like wood, stone and water. More complicated designs often use quartz, glass, and glowstone. Adding a light source (like glowstone) will light up your fountain at night.

Just like statues, fountains can be used to decorate entrances and roadways. They are often put on each side of a road at the front entrances to large buildings or even between sky scrapers.

To build a good Minecraft fountain, make sure you have an understanding of how water flows. If you don&#;t, read the water page on Minecraft Wiki for more information.

Here is our list of the best fountain designs in Minecraft:

1. Small Wooden Fountain

This fountain is small, but still adds a lot of beauty as a decoration. It is built with simple materials, such as wood and leaves, so it would be easy to make on survival mode. With its small size, it could easily fit almost anywhere. To build with leaf blocks on survival mode, the Silk Touch Enchantment is necessary.

There is not that much water in this fountain (it could also be used as a well), so the water setup would be very easy.

2. Four Corner Fountains

Another easy one, but with a bit more complicated materials. This Minecraft fountain is built with quartz, underwater lights, and a central beacon/shelter. It is mainly a square of open water, with four fountains (one on each corner) and bridges crossing the water.

The builder on Planet Minecraft has called these fountains the &#;Fountains of Health&#;, since there is a beacon which heals nearby players. If you don&#;t have a beacon yet, make sure you read our complete guide on how to make a beacon in Minecraft.

3. Modern Minecraft Fountain

Modern fountains use squares, rectangles, and long edges. They also usually are a bit taller than other fountains and are made with more neutral colors (white, grey, black). The fountain in this picture uses white wool, glass, stone, and glowstone.

Notice the use of square shapes and tall edges, which make this design more modern. Many modern Minecraft fountain designs also use glass, but this design uses just a little bit of glass near the bottom.

4. Large Quartz Fountain

This design is made of quartz and is quite a bit larger (wider) than other designs. It&#;s not too hard to build, but you&#;ll have to carefully place the blocks to get the same pattern. The fountain also uses some glowstone, which helps light up the fountain especially at nighttime.

5. Small Stone Fountain

A small, stone medieval fountain that will fit almost anywhere. The design is very compact, measuring just 3 by 5 blocks. This type of fountain is very easy to make on survival mode and would go great with other medieval building styles such as villages and castles.

6. Tall Spiral Fountain

A more fancy fountain that would be easier to build on creative building mode. It would be difficult to make this in survival with the height and curves, but would be fun for those wanting a survival Minecraft challenge.

Notice the use of obsidian, which adds a unique color but would be very annoying if you placed a block in the wrong spot. Obsidian takes a very long time to break!

7. Nether Themed Fountain

(Source Page No Longer Exists)

A unique idea for a fountain, this design uses a large square that is slightly elevated off the ground. On the square, there is a fountain the middle with some benches on the side. There are trees planted along the side, which adds some privacy to the fountain.

This design uses mainly materials found in the nether, like glowstone and nether bricks. Although, you could definitely use other materials like stone or wood if you don&#;t have nether bricks.

8. Small Quartz Fountain

A tiny fountain which has an easy design made out of quartz. The spout of the fountain is unique and uses upside-down quartz stairs for the corners. The builder uses flowers around the fountain to add a bit more decoration, and this type of fountain would look great in a garden.

9. Tall and Compact Fountain

A tall fountain that is not too wide. It would look good in the front entrance to a castle or mansion, especially if you use two or more of them. The design makes use of stairs, slabs, and pillars. I think it would also look good if some light was added, like a lamp or glowstone blocks. This would make the fountain light up at night.

Large Multi-Tier Fountain

If you&#;re looking for a large fountain, this design might interest you. This design is quite wide and has multiple tiers which makes it taller. It may take a little bit more time to build than the other fountains since it is larger.

The builder for this fountain used a custom Minecraft texture pack, so it looks a little different than the default textures. You can&#;t see it very well in this photo, but there are also some glowstone lights under the water which makes the fountain light up in the dark.

Sours: https://ender-chest.com/building/minecraft-fountain-design-ideas-examples
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10 Minecraft Fountain Design Ideas and Examples

Minecraft fountains are one of the most popular decorations to build in the game. They can be a fun thing to build in Minecraft and look great almost anywhere, especially in gardens and courtyards. Most fountains can be made with simple materials like wood, stone and water. More complicated designs often use quartz, glass, and glowstone. Adding a light source (like glowstone) will light up your fountain at night.

Just like statues, fountains can be used to decorate entrances and roadways. They are often put on each side of a road at the front entrances to large buildings or even between sky scrapers.

To build a good Minecraft fountain, make sure you have an understanding of how water flows. If you don’t, read the water page on Minecraft Wiki for more information.

Here is our list of the best fountain designs in Minecraft:

1. Small Wooden Fountain

This fountain is small, but still adds a lot of beauty as a decoration. It is built with simple materials, such as wood and leaves, so it would be easy to make on survival mode. With its small size, it could easily fit almost anywhere. To build with leaf blocks on survival mode, the Silk Touch Enchantment is necessary.

There is not that much water in this fountain (it could also be used as a well), so the water setup would be very easy.

2. Four Corner Fountains

Another easy one, but with a bit more complicated materials. This Minecraft fountain is built with quartz, underwater lights, and a central beacon/shelter. It is mainly a square of open water, with four fountains (one on each corner) and bridges crossing the water.

The builder on Planet Minecraft has called these fountains the “Fountains of Health”, since there is a beacon which heals nearby players. If you don’t have a beacon yet, make sure you read our complete guide on how to make a beacon in Minecraft.

3. Modern Minecraft Fountain

Modern fountains use squares, rectangles, and long edges. They also usually are a bit taller than other fountains and are made with more neutral colors (white, grey, black). The fountain in this picture uses white wool, glass, stone, and glowstone.

Notice the use of square shapes and tall edges, which make this design more modern. Many modern Minecraft fountain designs also use glass, but this design uses just a little bit of glass near the bottom.

4. Large Quartz Fountain

This design is made of quartz and is quite a bit larger (wider) than other designs. It’s not too hard to build, but you’ll have to carefully place the blocks to get the same pattern. The fountain also uses some glowstone, which helps light up the fountain especially at nighttime.

5. Small Stone Fountain

A small, stone medieval fountain that will fit almost anywhere. The design is very compact, measuring just 3 by 5 blocks. This type of fountain is very easy to make on survival mode and would go great with other medieval building styles such as villages and castles.

6. Tall Spiral Fountain

A more fancy fountain that would be easier to build on creative building mode. It would be difficult to make this in survival with the height and curves, but would be fun for those wanting a survival Minecraft challenge.

Notice the use of obsidian, which adds a unique color but would be very annoying if you placed a block in the wrong spot. Obsidian takes a very long time to break!

7. Nether Themed Fountain

(Source Page No Longer Exists)

A unique idea for a fountain, this design uses a large square that is slightly elevated off the ground. On the square, there is a fountain the middle with some benches on the side. There are trees planted along the side, which adds some privacy to the fountain.

This design uses mainly materials found in the nether, like glowstone and nether bricks. Although, you could definitely use other materials like stone or wood if you don’t have nether bricks.

8. Small Quartz Fountain

A tiny fountain which has an easy design made out of quartz. The spout of the fountain is unique and uses upside-down quartz stairs for the corners. The builder uses flowers around the fountain to add a bit more decoration, and this type of fountain would look great in a garden.

9. Tall and Compact Fountain

A tall fountain that is not too wide. It would look good in the front entrance to a castle or mansion, especially if you use two or more of them. The design makes use of stairs, slabs, and pillars. I think it would also look good if some light was added, like a lamp or glowstone blocks. This would make the fountain light up at night.

10. Large Multi-Tier Fountain

If you’re looking for a large fountain, this design might interest you. This design is quite wide and has multiple tiers which makes it taller. It may take a little bit more time to build than the other fountains since it is larger.

The builder for this fountain used a custom Minecraft texture pack, so it looks a little different than the default textures. You can’t see it very well in this photo, but there are also some glowstone lights under the water which makes the fountain light up in the dark.

Sours: https://ender-chest.com/building/minecraft-fountain-design-ideas-examples

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