Minecraft is a world where you can create pretty much anything you can imagine. Needless to say, the game is still super hot today with millions of players around the world on all kinds of platforms.

But in the world of squares and blocks, it is might a little bit tricky to build a circle or a spere because they are supposed to be round. But you know what, all the circles you are seeing are also made of pixels, which are tiny squares, as well, meaning that you can totally create a circle in Minecraft.

The hardest thing bout building a circle in Minecraft is knowing where to put your blocks, which will harder when you want to make a big circle.

Here in this article, we will show you how to build a circle in Minecraft using the Minecraft Circle Generator.

1. What is the Minecraft Circle Generator?

Minecraft has a huge community of players from all around the world, both young and old, who love to build things. So in order to help players who have a hard time building a circle, some good people have created a Minecraft Circle Generator tool that will show you where you need to put your block on to create a circle.

Minecraft Circle Generator
There are a lot fo guide made by the community on how to create a circle

These tools are totally free and you can find them easily on the internet.

2. How to use the Minecraft Circle Generator?

There are several Minecraft Circle Generator tools that will help you create a circle in Minecraft. Here we will show you how to use the most popular Minecraft Circle Generator tool.

DonatStudios Pixel Circle / Oval Generator

This tool will help you build circles and ovals in Minecraft of all sizes and shapes. So in order to create a circle, all you have to do is enter your desire diameter of the circle in either the Width or Height box since a circle has the same height and width.

You can also choose the style of your circle to be thick, thin, or filled.

 Minecraft Circle Generator
DonatStudios Pixel Circle / Oval Generator offer you many options to create a circle / oval in Minecraft

If you want to create an oval instead of a circle, just untick the Force Circle box and then enter the desire height and width of your oval. Here is an example.

 Minecraft Circle Generator
You can create an oval by put in different width and height

3. Minecraft Circle Guide?

Now you know how your circle should look like and where to put your block, we will head to the building part. To build a circle in Minecraft, follow these steps.

  • First, build 2 perpendicular diameters for your circle. If the diameter of your circle is an odd number, you can build them with 1 line per diameter. But if it is an even number you will need 2 lines per diameter.

Build a filled circle

  • Now, if you want to build a filled circle, start from the inside with the biggest lines first and then create smaller lines as you go out.
  • Keep building until you reach the end of the diameter you created in the first step.
  • Do the same thing for the other side.
  • Watch your result to see if your circle is symmetrical.

Build a circle with no fill

In a way, you can just build a filled circle and destroy all the blocks inside to make it a circle with no fill but that is not very efficient at all.

 Minecraft Circle Generator
If you want to build a circle with no fill you have to do it from the outside

Here is how you build a circle with no fill.

  • You still going to need 2 diameters to make things easier. You can delete them later on.
  • With a circle with no fill, you will start from the outside, still with the biggest line. Use the Minecraft Circle Generator to see how many blocks you need.
  • Now, build shorter lines behind the first one. Keep making shorter and short lines to create the arc for the circle.
  • Finish half of your circle and then rotate to finish the other half.
  • Take a look at your circle to see if it is perfect yet and then destroy the diameters.

Use Command Block

This way you can create a circle automatically instead of building manually block by block. Check out the video below to learn how.

While it is not a true circle, the bigger the circle, the rounder it will appear, especially when you look at it from far away.

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