No idea about mods, but I have a few apps that can actually build massive structures in any world you have at no cost.
Play Store link here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lyxoto.mcbuilder.lite
I've been working on this for a long time, and finally released my first Minecraft app for iOS and Android!
This app helps you with crafting recipes, enchantment possibilities and a bunch more.
I really hope some of you like the app and are willing to give it a try! And if you like it, a good review really helps out :) Thanks so much!
To download the app iOS, you can click here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/craftphone-companion-mc-guide/id1623861127
To download the app on Android, click here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.craftphonecompanion&hl=nl&gl=US
Thank you! You can find the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Minecraft-Construction-Handbook-Official-Mojang/dp/0545685176 The book itself is very nostalgic yet still useful for building today, so I'd definitely give it a recommendation.
This is a good first attempt at a cathedral build, and those are some of the hardest builds to pull off. But, you haven't quite got it right. It looks good from the front, but most of the sides are missing, and the buttresses actually connect to the building itself.
However, please do not get discouraged - I made a lot of these mistakes on my first cathedral too! So, what I would like to suggest is that you get your hands on a physical model of Notre Dame (I can personally vouch for this one: https://www.amazon.com/CubicFun-National-Geographic-Puzzle-Architectural/dp/B07M63TNHM ), and use it to get a feeling for how a great cathedral goes together.
(And just wait until you start building the insides too...)
by any chance is this on a server? if so I'd recommend using DiceFurniture.
If it's strictly for mods then what version are you running?
According to this article from 2018 on minecraft.net this was created by a build team called Pixelbiester.
Stop trying to steal other peoples builds.
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Either an older version of Minecraft or Spigot which is an newer sorta bukkit that can use bukkit plugins. Such as https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/dynmap or https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/dynmap.274/. The one that came out on bukkit got discontinued but someone restarted it on spigot.
On PC: Worldedit and McEdit;
I also heard about REMIX 3d and I think it's by Microsoft and might work on console to export but not import.
Also, check out Tinkercad with Minecraft I'm not sure it works on console, but definitely works on PC with worldedit
I agree it would be cool. If he didn't steal it from this app - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.electricfoal.buildingsformcpe
Its an interesting idea. Maybe you could go along with the design of the barrel item but make it round? There is an app which creates circles for you if you don't know how to build them ( app ).
To get pollution done, you can place random blocks in the water around it, and even corals close to the barrels walls to create a look that it has been there for a long time. And also put sand and gravel high around the walls so it is kinda buried into the seafloor.