Updating a rancher home
Finish with a curb-to-door walkway that starts with a gate flanked by stone or brick pillars to stretch the design footprint in different directions.
But if you have “higher” expectations, gables are your go-to.
We’ve barely gotten started on things, so it might be a bit slow, but I wanted to share the Before pics with you so you can see what we are working with.
It has really good bones and will be a great house.
Featuring new slimes, resources, and unique challenges, the Glass Desert has something for every rancher brave enough to explore its sweeping dunes and secret ruins.
Firestorms The monolithic glass structures in the Glass Desert can cause a terrifying phenomenon known as firestorms.
Hope you all are enjoying this wonderful Christmas season and all that it offers.
I’ve been having a blast, from partaking in Christmas parties, plays, and dinners with friends and am thoroughly enjoying this month.
v0.5.1 — "The Better Homes and Gordos Update" — will mainly focus on improving the ranch experience as well as providing a large newbuck sink, and also adding some new story elements.
Almost any facade, including bricks, aluminum siding and stucco, is paint-friendly after a good cleaning and coat of suitable primer.
A one-color home appears taller, especially in a hue that blends into the background, such as sage-green against sagebrush-dotted hills.
Believed to be a sudden disruption of heat from below the surface, firestorms produce massive fire columns and expel flaming crags of debris.
If you’re exploring the desert when a firestorm goes off, it’s best you take cover!
Unless it’s built atop a hill, your ranch home might seem a little “low.” The long, low design of the Mid-Century ranch makes its exterior look squashed and the interior resemble a manufactured double-wide trailer.