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Minecraft Lover Recreates Bob Ross Painting In Game

Amazing.

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Credit: YouTube/SmallishBeans

Let’s face it, there’s very, very few things you can’t build in Minecraft. The only things you can’t build in Minecraft are the things you probably don’t even want to build in Minecraft, and even those you can probably find a way to recreate in the game.

One Minecraft fan/pro-builder has gone above and beyond in creating things you never thought possible – including an homage to the one and only artist/meme, Bob Ross.

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YouTuber SmallishBeans decided the best way to get creative with painting was to do it in Minecraft, where he carefully and painstakingly created a landscape piece of art that Mr. Ross would be proud of.

SmallishBeans then went on to showcase his piece with a second Minecraft account so we could all witness the artwork in its true glory.

Credit: YouTube/SmallishBeans

Check out the video of SmallishBeans’ masterpiece below [thanks, Kotaku!]

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Speaking of cool Minecraft creations, YouTuber BasildoomHD has gone ahead and worked some magic to bring you a look at what Minecraft would look like with ray tracing and texture packs. Spoiler alert: it looks unbelievably cool and I highly recommend you check out the video below.

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The video’s description says what we’re all thinking: “Minecraft Sonic Ether’s ray tracing shaders make the game look like real life. Hands down the best shaders ever for Minecraft. Who knew Minecraft could look next gen in 2019?!”

Who indeed!

If you’re looking to recreate this gorgeous display in your own game, you’re going to need to purchase a few different tools, shaders and modding packs including the likes of Optifine and Pulchra.

You can find a full list of the mods used to achieve this look in BasildoomHD’s video description right here.

And this is exactly why Minecraft is still one of the best games you can play in 2019.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/SmallishBeans

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