Day 2: The Seven Wonders!, Update by Doctacosa
Last month, I asked you to vote for what you considered to be the Seven Wonders of the Creeper's Lab. I've compiled the results and generated a brand new, wallpaper-sized render for each area. While many had been pictured before, I decided to look at them again with what I've learned of the process over time. Here they are, in alphabetical order - your Seven Wonders!
Byzantium - Map
Anonymous_SoFar's largest creation yet, the city of Byzantium is modeled after the roman and byzantine eras. It's still very much a work in progress, but the scale of the completed builds already make it a must-see. 1:1 or bust!
The Mushroom Kingdom was mostly built by WindRider739, Sphenicus and I. You could almost picture goombas walking on the ground along with multiple ? boxes floating the air!
As its name indicates, Orist's Tower was built by none other than Orist501. The earliest example of large-scale buildings on the server, this one still retains its place as many people's favorite. You can see through the water some of the connected underground rooms.
To the surprise of nobody, the entire city of Sanctum made the list. Originally started by a half-dozen players from Team9000, this place is mostly handled by Kagato nowadays. It's still expanding, too!
Statue of Azarand
Exodio created a large statue overlooking his large domain. It can be easily seen from the main Western line, and is best visited during in-game mornings!
This full reproduction of the Taj Mahal and its gardens was built by WindRider739. It was meant to be a display of his wealth at the time: the main building is mostly composed of absurd amounts of quartz, gold and diamonds earned through hours upon hours of gameplay.
Tower of the Gods and Spire of the Fallen
The Tower of the Gods, in white, is Skreelink's reproduction of a notable building from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. Its dark counterpart, the Spire of the Fallen, was later added as a what-if counterpart.
Please don't hesitate to offer a correction if any of the above information is incorrect.
Now, let's see what you people can create in the upcoming five years. :-)