Last time you heard about Paradise Decay on Curse, he had released an amazing machinima in which he recreates the scene from the end of Star Wars Episode IV where Luke Skywalker pilots a perilous trench run in an effort to destroy Darth Vader's Death Star once and for all.
After massive amounts of fan acclaim and nearly 300,000 views, Paradise Decay strikes back with another amazing scene recreation - check out this exclusive look into the process, right from the man himself:
After my 'Death Star Trench Run' video went viral on YouTube, it seemed a shame to waste all those 6 months building the set, so I turned it into an 'EPIC' Minecraft Adventure map called 'Rise of the Rebellion'
This adventure map won me a couple of awards from Curse.com and Minecraft.net winning their "make something Star Wars" competition. The map also received a score of 20/20 by Rsmalec a well respected and known Minecraft map reviewer. To date the map has had over 100,000 downloads and the downloads went nuts when the Yogscast did a 'Lets Play' of the map and said it was "Awesome"
A lot of the fans in the comments section of the original 'Death Star Run' machinima film we're crying out for a 'Hoth' version. So with the success of the 1st films adventure map, I decided to start work on its sequel called 'Rise of the Empire'. This new adventure is to feature 4 distinct locations for players to find and explore: The Death Star re-visited', 'Hoth', 'Endor' and 'Tattoine'. I might even throw in a bonus 'Star Destroyer' section.
For the past 2 months I've been building the set for Hoth, this has all been 'live streamed on TwitchTV'. 7 days ago I decided to make the 'Battle For Hoth' machinima video (as featured in the link above).
The set only took about 2 months to build this time as it wasn't as complicated as building a 'Death Star Trench', but the filming took ages. The 1st film was shot/put together in a day.
'Battle For Hoth' took 6 days to film and put together. It was a lot more complicated as I had to match the in-game default 'Fire Charges' with the films sound effects. So 1 minute in the film took 1 whole day to film and shoot, hence the 6 days to film. I used snapshot 1.4 and again I wanted to keep the film as vanilla Minecraft as possible, so 'NO' mods have been used.
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