Want to swim in the pool while playing Minecraft? Then know that digging a pool is not as difficult as filling it with water correctly! However, you can always make the pool of your dreams, and this article will help you.
Step 1. The pool can be of any depth
Yes, they are difficult to fill, but the method in this article will help you quickly fill a pool of any depth with water … as long as, in fact, the depth level without differences. The lower part of the pool must be at the same level, and the shape of the pool can be any.
Step 2. Add a layer one block high and one block deep
When the pool is dug, you need to kind of cover it with a layer of any blocks. The main thing is that this layer is one block below the surface of the pool. It is also desirable that this layer be one of those blocks that are easy to break - say, from the ground. The picture below will help you visualize everything with your own eyes. The X stands for the walls and floor of the pool, and the dash is the very layer of earth we are talking about.
Step 3. Fill water on top of the created layer
Take the bucket and go, fill the pool with water. Water will fill the empty space. When the pool is full, you will notice that there are small currents somewhere. What does it mean? There is little water in the block where the stream starts. Add water to such a block (more precisely, to it), this will solve the problem.
Step 4. Dig out a layer of earth
So, we have a layer of water, a layer of earth, and a lot of empty space under the ground. If the water surface is already flat, without currents, then it's time to dig out the ground. The water, accordingly, will begin to flow downward, but you no longer have to worry about currents appearing somewhere.
Step 5. Add the final touches
Basically, the pool is ready, but the final touches will not hurt. Lay out the perimeter of the pool, plant trees next to it, place torches, in general - strain your imagination!