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January was a slow month, my new computer arrived on the 7th and I posted my only video on the 8th. Real life got real and I didn’t have much time to spend on the channel until the last week or so. At that point I decided to start some larger, behind the scenes, community improvement projects. I upgraded my server hosting plan to accommodate additional servers, and laid out some plans for improving the website. Most of my time in game was spent working on my redstone challenge map.
In January 2021 I made $80.75 from my YouTube Channel and spent $56.50 on stuff for my Community for a net gain of $24.25.
Total income for January 2021 comes out to $80.75.
I had no direct donations but I gained another Patron bringing the total to roughly the same as last month.
Total expenses for December 2020 come out to $56.50.
Despite increasing the server hosting capacity, the cost is not reflected in this months bill.
|Web Hosting + Domain||$16.50|
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Redstone Ready Resource Pack
This resource pack is designed to aid in developing redstone. It displays info about redstone power levels, block orientation, power states, fill levels, and more.
Redstone World Template
This is an empty flatworld that is preconfigured for redstone testing.
Fabric Client Pack for 1.16.5
This is a zip folder with everything you need to set up a Fabric client for developing redstone. It includes the universal Fabric installer, a bunch of my favorite utility mods, and my Redstone Ready resource pack.
Build your understanding, one block at a time.
Other Great Community Resources
While it’s not exclusively about redstone, Dissecting Minecraft is a must watch series for anyone looking to get into redstone. It covers the basics all the way up to advanced topics such as instant wire and tile ticks.
Sometimes it seems like it moves really fast through topics, and at times you may feel overwhelmed. That’s ok, it covers a huge amount of information, and you aren’t expected to remember everything right away. Half the battle is simply knowing what is possible.
This wiki page is an excellent source of information about redstone terminology, component functionality, and circuit design.
This is an excellent place for beginners to learn the fundamentals of redstone.
Carpet Mod is a technical utility mod for Fabric clients and servers. It offers a bunch of really handy tools for building and debugging redstone contraptions such as controlling tick speed, tracking item flow rates, forcing extreme behaviors, and rotating blocks in place.
This is a must have tool for anyone who is serious about developing redstone or working on big redstone projects.