Thanks for all the comments
Are all houses buildable from the start or must they be upgraded (there are some things about upgrade on the pictures, I donīt understand)
Only the Small Village Homes will upgrade - there are 2 versions you can build straight away (on left in picture), they will upgrade to the house on the right, which allows 5 occupants.
DS Small Village v1.1
Also upgrade-able is the 4x1 Arch Bridge - build the bridge and then click on it to bring up the UI box, click the fishing icon to upgrade to a fishing spot, as shown in kid1293's excellent screenshot.
can we get the wharehouse in a single story? how bout a picnic area for some salads?
can i suggest that the back triangle part or pointed part of the cellar b squared off so that it would butt up tight against your houeses? way it sits now it pushes out from the house bout half a tile. i do like those markets. the goods market will b very useful.i also take back my comment on the single story wharehouse since it has no vendor. some mods do have 1 to regulate the amount of goods in and also to distribute to workers.
First up, all of the cellars, barns & warehouses are all normal storage buildings.
The cellars should be fine to use, they mostly will only work on rear of buildings, or those that sit close to the edge of the tile. I made the pointed rear on one f-key variant to slightly fill the gap between if sitting too far from a building. Is it not working?
Picnic area... I thought of some more decorations like tables and a few other things.. they might come in v2 if there is a v2
I hope you don't mind Mr. RedKetchup that I'm putting this mod above NMT because of the new apiary buildings?
This mod will not replace any apiary buildings, only the actual honey resource (3d model, menu image, etc), I used the same outputs and production stats in the honey template file part of the modkit, so if Redkethup (or CC) used the same file there should be no change in production from any of the apiaries you may have.
Thanks to kid1293 for all the testing, suggestions and help