In this, my very first minecraft production, I show you the process of starting on skyblock, and eventually building a thriving area for you to live in. This is not a tutorial, nor a let's play. It's a new angle of Skyblock, where you can see the entire creation of skyblock in 11 minutes. I really hope you enjoy this video, as a lot of work went into making this video possible. It includes nearly everything I did in the map, (except cobblestone mining:). I hope to do more minecraft videos in the future, once I get a better microphone, but for now, enjoy.Music by: Approaching nirvana::Lullaby of Creation:Bangers and Smashed (Extended mix):No Strings Attached (Edit)Visit their channel for links to where you can download their awesome songs!http://www.youtube.com/user/approachingnirvana?feature=results_main(And yes, I paid for their songs through iTunes.)No mods used, and no cheats to help with the progress of the map.(This contained about 5 hours and 10 minutes of game-play, and that's not including cobblestone harvesting!)About the too many items mod...It's the CAMERA ACCOUNT that has the _too many items_ mod, NOT THE PLAYER. That mod was used to set the time to day whenever the player account slept in a bed. Because there were two clients on the server, both of them would have had to be in a bed in order for time to change to morning, and because I didn't want to reset the camera angle every single time I slept in a bed, I just used that mod to switch it to day and skip the night.Skipping the night, FYI, would be possible without mods if I was completing this map without a camera account also logged in. I didn't use the mod for ANYTHING apart from skipping the night when I slept. Because of this, the mod did not help me complete the map in ANY WAY that would be different to if I was completing the map alone.If you watched this pretty hardcore, you would have seen the menu flashes in the middle and at the end for 1 frame at a time. PLEASE IGNORE THEM. I know that they are there, and that they shouldn't be, but my movie editing software plays this at 3 fps (due the the fast speed), so these single frame problems would have been completely missed. I will remove them if I make another video, but I'll leave them there, as it takes hours for me to render and upload a video. NO comments, please.