A hot update is ready just in time for the holidays! This update includes a bunch of the new Nether content and showcases some of the new overlay CTM stuff which I plan to expand upon in the future. This update also includes more than 100 new mob skins for denizens of the Nether! As before, the pack is still a heavy work-in-progress, be sure to join us on Discord for all the latest info and fan interaction! My plan is to gradually update the pack back up to 100% by working 40-hour work weeks dedicated entirely to the texture pack. This is only really viable in the long run if I'm able to make a living wage off of this work though as I've no other means of income. Supporting my work through Patreon and/or PayPal Donations is a good way to help out an artist and ensure the flow of content you've come to expect.
This texture pack relies on multiple advanced features introduced by MCPatcher. As MCPatcher is no longer in development, Optifine is now required to properly use this resource pack. You will need to ensure you have the latest version installed for the version of the game you are on. As a result of the switch from MCPatcher to Optifine, some old features have unfortunately been removed or altered to function within the limitations of Optifine. This pack is also posted on Planet Minecraft. Be sure to give me a diamond over there to help support me.
As always, Be sure to read the installation instructions! This is an HD Pack, it is not designed for un-patched vanilla Minecraft! After you have read and followed the instructions, and you still have trouble with installation, check the F.A.Q. If you still have issues, please post them on the thread or go to my Discord server. Do not PM me with tech support issues regarding getting the texture pack to work.
Emphasis on Realism Without Going Too Photographic - Materials are designed to make sense and resemble the components they're crafted from. Art style is semi-realistic and inspired by old-school RPG's and raycast (boomer) shooters with a medieval-lite setting.
Reduced Eyestrain - Colors are a bit darker and more desaturated (or muted) than vanilla to allow for longer playtime without being too harsh on the eyes.
Mostly Faithful to Vanilla Intent - No strong theme that alters textures so drastically that you're guessing what's what. Builds made in this pack will work well with those playing with vanilla textures but allow for more creative detail with the pack. (See the next feature.)
Advanced Texture Features for Improved Variety - Supports connected textures, random mobs, custom models, and much more. This greatly improves creative options with block placement while making exploration more interesting and diverse.
Easter Eggs - With the increased diversity of blocks and mobs, expect to discover rare little references and surprises on occasion.
User-Supported, But Always Free to All - This is a passion project going as far back as 2009, and as such is something I wish to always share freely. This work is also made entirely possible by support from users like you. With enough support to making a living off of this, I plan to dedicate 40 hours a week to working on this pack with routine updates, including early access/indev stuff for those who support me on Patreon.
-Added textures for most blocks that generate naturally in the nether biomes. (woods pending on wood update, and netherite pending on netherite gear designs)
-Added many CTM and animated features for previously-mentioned new textures.
-Added new overlay CTM for both Nether Wart blocks, Red Nether Bricks, both Nylium blocks, and Gravel. (Works only with blocks in the Nether at the moment)
-Added full CTM support for new chiseled blocks made from Nether materials.
-Modified lantern models to add more depth and created animated textures for both lanterns.
-Added animated item icons for both lanterns.
-Simplified glass CTM complexity to reduce filesize in preparation of stained glass CTM. (not yet available)
-Simplified dispenser animation frames to reduce filesize.
-Tweaked chains slightly to account for new lantern models.
-Added custom splashes to include Patreon user shout-outs.
-Fixed a bug where redstone blocks were not emissive.
-Fixed a bug where purple wool's texture was missing.
-Added textures for targets.
-Tweaked clock emissives to flash during period when zombies start to spawn until they start to burn.
-Small tweak to Zombified Piglin to allow both ears to be rendered.
-Added 110 randomized skins for all forms of Piglins, repurposing old cameo zombie pigmen as brutes, and adding one new.
-Added skins for all forms of striders and hoglins with animated blinking on striders.
-Added item icon for Warped Fungus on a Stick.
-Included folder with my personal BSL shader presets which this texture pack will eventually fully support. Drag the text file located inside "bsl shader presets" into your "shaderpacks" folder that contains BSL_v7.2.zip, which can be downloaded here: https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/customization/bsl-shaders/files
-Changed version number to align with game version number followed by alphanumeric sequence for pack only.
-Reformatted texture pack for current version (28.55% incomplete).
-Changed pack icon to reflect a new chapter in the development of the texture pack.
-Added Optifine emissive maps to many items, blocks and entities.
-Updated all important GUI elements.
-Fixed Mooshroom to use classic MCPatcher model (1 big mushroom cap on head instead of 3 small mushrooms).
-Added CTM support for several newer blocks: Bone, new ices, purpur pillars, etc.
-Adapted old BetterGlass to Optifine's much more limited support.
-Altered clay and sandstone to better fit with vanilla world generation. (Changes were a long time coming.)
-Altered default Sun texture to fix Optifine's incomplete implementation of BetterSkies.
-Complete revamp of command blocks using forelit LCD aesthetic for ease of reading at a glance.
-Added all banner/shield emblems currently available in the game.
-Manually adapted horse textures to new model and added the horse skeleton.
-Filled out newer Iron Golem textures and added custom model as a minor preview of future plans for mob models.
-Updated title screen panorama render of the classic panorama.
-Converted the clock from analog to digital. (RIP MCPatcher's amazing dynamic clock)
-Added new Enchantment effect temporarily until custom enchantments are working again in Optifine.
-Tweaked armor to have a bit more depth on helmets.
-Minor changes to various existing textures.
-A small miscellaneous selection of newer blocks and items added. (More to come!)
-Probably some other stuff I'm forgetting. Future changelogs will be more complete!
(insert the dark ages of occasional, undocumented, stealth texture pack updates and work provided for fan patches here.)
-Reformatted the texture pack (yet again) to work on the new format.
-Added all 13 textures for the legitimately-obtainable horses, donkeys, and mules.
-Added textures and icons for the three horse armors.
-Added texture for coal blocks and hay bales
-Added icons for all the new items in Minecraft 1.6.
-Added CIT custom potion art support for all legitimately-obtainable potions.
-Tweaked existing color values for potions so the effect particles better match the new art.
-Added placeholder for unique birch leaf art until I can figure out how I want to revamp oak and birch leaves.
-Reverted sponge texture back to its original look now that it's no longer needed for hay bales.
-Set custom colors for horse spawn egg to better reflect the spawn.
-Updated the GUI file to include the new horse health and jump meter.
-Expanded chiseled sandstone's CTM to include vertically-oriented cartouches.
-Expanded birch plank blocks to have full CTM support.
-Added CTM textures for all of the new hardened clay blocks.
-Added custom lead and fishing line textures.
-Tweaked Better Skies so that the distant ambient clouds move across the skies gradually.
-Tweaked CTM for Bricks, Iron Blocks, and Smooth Sandstone to use the inner seam method for corners.
-Tweaked and expanded biome-based custom colors slightly.
-Added very limited support for the 'ß' Unicode character.
-Removed Unicode kana support as it no longer fit the look of the western font and looked messy with kanji.
-Added Custom Items (CIT) support for degradation of shovels, pickaxes, axes, and swords of all materials.
-Added CIT support for degradation of carrots on a stick, flint and steel, and shears.
-Added six unique enchantment effects with CIT -- many of which are fully animated (More to come later).
-Disabled the generic enchantment effect temporarily so the new potion animations are more visible.
-Moved unique top and bottom textures from wool blocks to carpet.
-Retained unique wool block bottom texture for white wool block as it works well for ceilings.
-Added on state for detector rails.
-Animated golden apple.
-Repacked the zip to fix any potential corruption on some machines.
-Removed version from the filename of the pack. Current version will be listed at the top of the changelog.
-Tweaked legal.txt to reflect format changes. It's now easier to know which files can't be redistributed.
-Various minor tweaks.
-Reformatted texture pack to work on the new format.
-Optimized filesize as much as possible and did some major cleaning of redundant files.
-Completely rebuilt CTM structuring from scratch to be more organized.
-Added textures and various CTM support for all of the new netherquartz blocks.
-Decreased hue of pre-existing netherquartz components to better match the whitish nature of blocks.
-Added item icon for TNT Minecarts.
-Designed a new clock to make use of new Custom Clock features and animation.
-Reformatted compass to make use of the new custom compass format.
-Simulated SSAO on Iron doors to make them better match iron walls with smooth lighting.
-Added wither status life meter icons.
-Various tweaks. (I'm sure there's a lot I did that I can't remember...)
-Cried profusely at the release of every single snapshot that somehow managed to mess SOMETHING up.
-Had Kahr's babies. (I promise next time I'll update the changelog AS I make changes. )
-Altered map colors slightly to give more of a color palette to work with.
-Added soft firework flash particle.
-Added animated textures for both netherquartz ore and mined netherquartz.
-Added animated textures for light sensors.
-Added item icon and animated texture for Comparators.
-Recreated the textures for Repeaters to better match Comparators and reflect the new analog nature of Redstone.
-Added animated textures for new redstone blocks.
-Added textures for the new trapped chests.
-Used CTM to create custom art for the two new pressure plates.
-Added nether brick item icon.
-Added GUI file for the hopper.
-Attached nightvision light maps to the Nether and End lighting palettes.
-Minor various adjustments to existing textures to match the newer ones.
-Recreated every single creeper (again) and assigned biome biome and rarity support to all 70 of them.
-Full-body animation added for one of the easter egg creeper skins.
-Added new item icons for firework rockets, firework stars, and enchanted books.
-Added fireworks particles.
-Animated the arrow/critical spark particles. (Now arrows should look like they have spin on them.)
-Remade ladders from scratch and added vertical CTM support to them.
-Moved old ladder texture to ALTERNATES.png.
-Added support files for custom compass needle.
-Added item icon for new music disc.
-Recreated jukebox and note block textures from scratch with on and off states.
-Style remains the same but has been greatly cleaned up to match the current wood planks. -Without a disc, jukeboxes will better resemble their crafted materials. -Jukeboxes will only glow with color when a disc is inserted. -A spinning record will be visible on top when a disc is inserted. -As unique record labels cannot be applied for each disc, all discs play on the reverse side. -Note blocks have unique animated sides and a static top texture. -Randomized Cobweb placement angles. (They should look a bit less artificial in large clusters now.)
-Adjusted Better Glass.
-Panes and blocks have been reduced in color saturation. -Panes have the original glass frame for windows. -Blocks are now tapered and have thin, ground-down, opaque edges. -Redesigned the healing beam for the Enderdragon.
-Added 4 new slimes and assigned biome variance to all slimes. (Knit caps now only in snow areas.)
-Brought back 5 old spider skins and assigned biome variance to all spiders. (Jungles are the best!)
-Recreated all creeper skins (50 total now) and assigned biome variance to them all.
-Repacked the zip to hopefully correct issues with Mac and Linux users being unable to decompress.
-Various minor texture tweaks.
-Added textures for repair interface.
-Added beam texture.
-Added animated texture to beacon emitter.
-Reverse-engineered and added new painting.
-Added Shading to panes to make edges of the pane clearly visible without needing a proper frame.
-Removed test pixel from glass panes.
-Added expended trade icon to the trading GUI.
-Fixed a minor issue with black pixels on one of the random tall grass textures.
-Fixed the texture size format for witches and zombie pigmen.
-Added Custom Color support for new spawn eggs, leather armor, armor dyes, and wolf collar dyes.
-Added skin for the new bats.
-Added skin for the new witch.
-Added GUI elements for the beacon block interface.
-Added animated textures for both the beacon block and Nether star.
-Redesigned the Ender Dragon crystals with animation to be more consistent with the Nether stars.
-Added item icons for all the new head blocks.
-Added item icon for the pumpkin pie.
-Redesigned the item icons for fish and cooked fish.
-Added 16 Randomobs skins for the new wither skeletons.
-Completely redesigned leather armor from scratch to make use of the new dye overlays.
-Added textures and item icons for new potatoes and carrots and the plants that grow them.
-Added animated item icon for golden carrot.
-Added textures and item icon for new flowerpots.
-Added textures and item icon for new item frames.
-Added unique art to the new wooden button.
-Added unique and animated textures (three of them!) for new command block.
-Added 10 Randomobs skins for the new zombie villagers.
-Added particles for throwable healing and damage potions.
-Added item icon for the new blank maps.
-Added support for dyeable wolf collars.
-Added skins for the new Wither mob and its two other associated model textures.
-Added wither status icon to inventory.png.
-Added custom Nightvision palette to make the effect much more realistic.
-Added unique textures and CTM support for plain and mossy cobblestone walls.
-Added more sensible CTM support to birch slabs and stairs.
-Added BetterGlass and CTM support for glass blocks and panes. (Each behave differently.)
-Re-designed the sign art to clean it up a bit and to reflect the current look of oak planks in the pack.
-Altered the sign icon to reflect the new sign art.
-Slightly reduced the size of the painting icon and added a small hanger to match the item frame icon.
-Redesigned the look of emotion-based particles, and added particles for anger and new stock for villagers.
-Slightly altered potion colors--like Vanilla, speed potions are now sky blue, and harming potions are now purple.
-Smoothed out runic particles for enchantment tables surrounded by bookshelves.
-Added large texture support to Netherrack and slightly redesigned held texture to match.
-Extended CTM support for smooth standstone to the top and bottom of the blocks.
-Added 3 more random variants of Dead Shrubs.
-Slightly altered underside textures to chests.
-Slightly altered CTM support for bookshelves to hopefully address some of the tiling issues with the four white books.
-Fixed a bug with one of the gold bands from the Diamond helmet not lining up properly.
-Fixed the custom gate texture to align properly for stone walls.
-Fixed a minor graphical issue on the furnace GUI.
-Toned down the enchantment effect (glint.png) a bit.
-Removed mini craft interface from creative inventory.
-Removed tab shifting from creative inventory as it made no sense without the icons shifting with tabs as well.
-Desaturated rain particles.
-Various optimizations to formatting to hopefully improve performance.
-Completely redesigned the wheat texture from scratch to look less sickly and provide better cues for maturity.
-Added unique, random top textures to spruce planks that makes more physical sense. (Great for floor tiling!)
-Added unique textures for all log tops to better match the color of planks they produce
-CTM support for log tops is now only limited to jungle wood.
-Added random texture support to TNT blocks. (They can now have a variety of labels or no label at all.)
-Fixed a texture problem with the bottoms of cauldrons.
-Added support for Better Skies:
-New, detailed star skybox--complete with galaxies and nebulae.
-Distant ambient cloud layers for night and day.
-New sun art with dynamic flaring effects for more realistic sunrises and sunsets.
-Moon was shrunken down a tiny bit, as there's more things in the night sky to look at now.
-Various moon phases have been given slightly more color to fit with the new, less-greyscale night skies.
-Tweaked the biome coloring of skies and fog to account for new sun effects. (The sun is brightest in deserts.)
-Altered snow golem design slightly and added randomob support to it.
-Redesigned mooshroom slightly by removing the mushrooms on the back and giving it a big mushroom cap.
-Added brown mushroom version of mooshroom.
-Adjusted the old and added new blinking animation for both mooshrooms.
-Added random texture support for red and brown mushrooms.
-Altered default brown mushroom to accommodate the new random textures for mushrooms.
-Added CTM large texture support for monster egg (Silverfish) blocks. (They now indicate burrowing.)
-Tweaked water to be SLIGHTLY more translucent.
-Altered glint.png to make the enchanted effect a bit more subtle and colorful.
-Updated the trading GUI window to accommodate trading of two items at a time.
-Added support for the new creative mode block menu.
-Added animated emerald block texture.
-Added textures for tripwire hooks and placed string.
-Added CTM support for iron blocks.
-Added CTM support for sugar cane.
-Added CTM support for obsidian which has also received a new, more realistic and less noisy look.
-Added unique fence art for both fence types and fence gates. (They're not perfect from some angles, but way better than the default.)
-Added unique top and bottom art to nether bricks.
-Added unique art to stone and wooden pressure plates now that tripwire is the camouflage way to do traps--also improves the look of tables.
-Added unique art to stone buttons to help them stand out a bit.
-Added unique tops and bottoms to all wool blocks to add some mild variety to wool blocks being used as carpeting.
-Removed animations from iron blocks and iron doors to accommodate CTM iron blocks.
-Slightly redesigned the look of iron doors to match the new look of iron blocks.
-Slightly darkened the item icon for sugar cane to match the new look of sugar cane.
-Updated the enchantment tables and enderchests to reflect the new look of obsidian.
-Slightly lightened the color of Nether fences to better showcase the new textures.
-Reverted to the old coloring method for nether bricks and nether brick stairs. (Fences will look weird in the inventory and hand only.)
-Removed the wood variance from half-steps and stairs made of oak planks to accommodate the new fence textures.
-Various colored blocks in the mushroom biome are now a bit more vibrantly colored than elsewhere.
-Created a proper logo for pack.png that doesn't require me to constantly update it with each version.
-Fixed the issue with biome stone coloring not being applied to emerald ore blocks.
-Moved obsolete textures from terrain.png to ALTERNATES.png
-Added a few new requested tiles to ALTERNATES.png
-Added GUI for NPC trading interface.
-Added and animated emerald ore texture.
-Added and animated emerald item icon.
-Added and animated enderchest textures.
-To make worn pumpkins less worthless, the nightvision effect has been improved with no LOS drawbacks. The creeper face will mostly be visible in extremely dark areas now.
-Added textures for the three cacao pod stages.
-Added GUI and item icons for the book and quill.
-Altered existing book item icon to accommodate the look of the new book and quill item icons.
-Added MCPatcher CTM support for end stone
-Added MCPatcher CTM support for bedrock.
-Added MCPatcher CTM support for snow.
-Added MCPatcher CTM support for ice.
[4.1.3] -Added MCPatcher CTM support: -Bookshelves now have more of a variety of books when more than one are placed next to each other.
-Circle stone blocks can now be used to construct pillars, archways, and all sorts of interesting geometric stone patterns.
-Tops of logs will now expand to form a large smooth tree ring surface when 4 or more are connected at right angles.
-Jungle tree logs will now be shaded dynamically based on width--other logs are unaffected for wall-building.
-Brick walls now have corner stones.
-Hieroglyphic sandstone blocks have more variety in how they tile and when placed alone or in groups.
-Smooth sandstone blocks now have a completely smooth surface everywhere except their edges.
-Light wooden planks now have CTM dynamics that allow better framing on the side with unique tops.
-Crafting workbenches can now form desks, shelves and drawers when placed adjacent to each other. -Added MCPatcher Random Texture support: -Flat grass now has much more variety with: clover patches, flowers, gopher holes, thistle, crabgrass, and leaf debris.
-Stone slabs now have random variation that matches the new look for Smooth stone.
-Stone blocks now have random block angles, where some blocks may jut out or sink in slightly more than others.
-Oak, Pine, and Jungle planks now have some minor random variation to their tiling pattern.
-Roses and yellow flowers now come in 9 various shapes and sizes each.
-Dead bushes now come in various stages.
-Tall grass has more variety to it now.
-Lilypads can now face in 8 possible directions as opposed to the previous 4.
-Watermelons have an incredibly rare chance to spawn in some locations with a creeper face. -Added MCPatcher Repeating texture pattern support: -Smooth stone is now way smoother and doesn't have that weird diamond pattern in the distance.
-Gravel tiles much less obviously and makes for more rugged-looking roads.
-Clay is now more usable as a building material with its new variance.
-Dirt has a lot more character and detail than ever before.
-Sand is now slightly more granular and the dune-size has been realistically increased to tile better over large areas. -The main font has been given a tiny bit of depth to make it look smoother and slightly more three dimensional.
-Custom sign color added.
-Decreased the view obstruction a bit when wearing the pumpkin. Nightvision effect is unchanged.
-Replaced the completely worthless sponge texture with a more useful bale of hay, due to similar properties/function.
-Modified the texture for light wooden planks to account for the new dynamics introduced by CTM. (may do the same for brick later)
-ALTERNATES.png has been updated to store any altered old versions of textures.
-Colored areas on terrain.png to water and lava colors so they work properly on mini-map mods.
-Fixed a stray pixel on the animated diamond shovel.
-Fixed the missing animated blaze texture.
-Fixed a missing snout on Pig12.png.
-Fixed a few stray pixels on inventory.png [4.1.2]
-Added texture support for the new plank and sandstone blocks added in 1.2.4
(I didn't keep all the planks uniform to make them more usable.
Uniform planks are available in ALTERNATES.png for you purists.)
-Added proper equipment slot icons.
-Animated flame particle for torches.
-Animated both redstone wire textures to flicker mildly in a fashion similar to redstone torches.
-Added a few new tiles to ALTERNATES.png.
-Various minor texture tweaks.
-Added animation support for following mobs:
-Tamed wolves blink.
-Tamed Cats blink lazily.
-The purple flames inside the endermen now flicker when their mouths are open.
-Flames now have animated--well--flames.
-Mooshrooms have an unusual blinking animation.
-Chickens blink twitchily.
-Cows blink lazily.
-The creeper face on the main title screen now has a twinkle in its eye.
-Added another male farmer to even out the sex population for Villager Randomobs.
-Replaced the underwater screen overlay with an animated version to simulate non-dynamic caustics.
(Making underwater look MUCH more underwatery.)
-Replaced The distracting vignette image with a much more subtle 'film grain' effect.
(To simulate the noise generated by the brain when light signals aren't being interpreted well.)
-Spore/dust particles on mycelium now come in a variety of soft rainbow colors. (Again, don't inhale!)
-Tweaked the sky and fog in the Nether and End to be slightly less dark.
-Minor tweak to a couple font colors to better match my HUD
-Fixed a bug and flipped all the pig butts right-side up again. (Thanks again, Mojang.)
-Added art for iron golems.
-Added (animated) art for both of the the redstone lamp states.
-Added Randomobs support for villagers. (Gay sex is now not the only way to reproduce.)
-1 new butcher/baker added. (2 total)
-4 new farmers/peasants added. (5 total)
-1 new librarian added. (2 total)
-3 new priests/nuns added. (4 total)
-3 new smiths added. (4 total)
-Added textures for the new stone brick and sandstone blocks.
-Updated the tops and bottoms of sandstone blocks with more fitting art. (Old art has been moved to ALTERNATES.png)
-Mycelium has been animated to very gradually change color over a long period of time. (Don't inhale!)
-Particles for dust/spores have been mildly increased in size to be more visible on mycelium.
-Recreated all biome palettes from scratch to match the new format used in-game.
-Nether brick fences are now dark grey to increase their usability by mimicking wrought iron fences.
-Slightly reworked Nether bricks to adapt for the new changes made to nether brick fences. (Not a big change.)
-Tweaked jungle leaves to distinguish their color differences from oak leaves.
-Darkened cobwebs a bit to make them stand out slightly less.
-Tweaked background texture for main menus to be slightly lighter than before.
-Added custom color parameters for Ocelot spawner eggs.
-Added a few new tiles to ALTERNATES.png.
-Fixed the chicken feet yet AGAIN by flipping them. (Make up your mind already, Mojang!)
-Fixed some stray pixels on some of the headless zombies
-Added sapling art for the jungle trees.
-Added mob skins for the Ocelot and all three varieties of tamed cats.
-Added Randomobs support for Zombie Pigmen with 20 variants.
-Redid default pigman zombie Pigman to better reflect the new style of randomobs.
-Added animated and still Bottle o' Enchanting item icons.
-Fixed a bug with stray pixels on headless zombies.
-Fine tuned all standard and custom biome palettes to better accompany the jungle biome.
-Centered orientation of Blaze Powder animation to better match other item orientations.
-Added leaves and trunks for jungle trees.
-Added support for custom colors on maps and dyed sheep.
-Lightened sheep wool slightly to allow for wider ranges of applied coloring.
-Made a completely new map icon to better reflect the new colors used on maps.
-Tweaked biome color maps to account for new jungle biome.
-Various minor tweaks.
-Added support for custom colored spawner eggs with spots.
-Removed the animation from spawner eggs to allow for the new spotted egg format.
-Added the Language select icon on the main menu.
-Added biome palettes for sky, fog, and underwater atmospheric coloring. (Biomes are much more thematic now.)
-Added new high resolution clouds and set them to be forced to more realistic 2D-rendering.
-Tweaked the lighting a bit. (Toned down the red and saturation. It should be more faded and orange now.)
-Edited all applicable biome palettes to give the Mushroom biome more vibrant fantasy colors.
-Cleaned up the pack directory by moving all animations to the new anim folder. (Affects nothing in-game.)
-Added spawner egg item icon. Then animated it at the last moment.
-Fixed the ender crystal pedestals to look like bedrock. (They were not intended to have the egg texture.)
-New tiles for ALTERNATES.png.
-Added color.properties to support Custom Colors. (Potions are a bit more vibrant, Spawn egg colors make more sense.)
-Reworked the terrain palettes from scratch. (Closer to how they used to be with my pack instead of the Notch defaults.)
-Added swamp terrain palettes to support Custom Colors. (Smoother transitions, no longer look like Notch's defaults.)
-Working light palettes added for Custom Colors. (Sunsets are more dynamic and torchlight is much warmer.)
-Added biome palettes for birch leaves and pine needles. (Much more visual diversity among trees.)
-Added biome palettes for sand, gravel, and smooth stone/ores. (Most noticeable in deserts, swamps, and cold areas.)
-Increased brightness of sand and gravel to allow for better biome coloring. (Not noticeable in common biomes.)
-Added biome water colors. (Swamps are muddy, mountains have mineral springs, ice fades into water, and deeper blue oceans.)
-Darkened and desaturated reeds/sugar cane a bit.
-Lightened wheat a bit.
-Shrunk chicken egg a bit to increase the size contrast between them and the new eggs.
-Shrunk coal, flint, apples, and clay a bit to better scale with other items.
-Added color palettes for lava droplets and pumpkin/melon vine growth stages.
-Included rudimentary support for Japanese kana on Unicode. (Not integrated. Requires minecraft.jar injection.)
-Cleaned up some obsolete files, and added a properties file to the alternate font to avoid spacing errors.
-Made splash particles greyscale to adapt to the watercolorX.png (Will look funny on older versions of MCPatcher.)
-Texture added for the Enderdragon. Finally.
-Textures added for all new blocks introduced in 2.0
-Art added for boss health bar bar.
-Art added for the ender crystal things that heal the dragon and have no official name yet.
-Art added for the particle effects associated with the enderdragon.
-Flipped all the cow butts to be rightside up after Mojang flipped them upside down for no good reason.
-Fixed minecart wheels.
-New custom animations added:
-Dispensers briefly come to life and glance around once in awhile.
-Most everything involving diamonds now sparkles, including ore, blocks, and tools.
-Some gold things and iron things sparkle as well though not as much as diamond.
-The Eye of Ender has a fiery/glowy effect normally and a watery/glowy effect when placed in a portal
-All liquid in buckets and bottles moves around or glows the way you'd expect it to.
-Glowstone dust pulses to match the actual glowstone blocks.
-The ghast's flaming projectile spins as it flies at you.
-The Blaze rod and all things associated with it look really hot.
-Ghast tears Sparkle colorfully.
-The glistering melon... well... glistens.
-Support added for the animated textures introduced in the latest MCPatcher.
-Furnaces now have animated fire with accompanying lighting effects.
-Soul Sand writhes and has glowing eyes that blink in rhythm.
-Glowstone twinkles and pulses.
-Torches, Redstone Torches and Jack O'Lantern flicker a bit.
-Redstone Ore and Redstone Dust have a slow, pulsing glow.
-Pistons and Sticky Pistons have Knight Rider-esque pulsing effects on the redstone bits.
-Repeaters have a unidirectional pulse of light inside the stone carvings when active.
-Wheels on the Powered Rails now spin when activated.
-Enchantment Tables have glowing magical symbols moving on the tablecloth.
-Brewing Stands have bubbling liquid in bottles placed on them.
-Spawners throb between a cooled and heated state.
-The diamonds on Jukeboxes and Music blocks now give off a decorative and colorful range of light.
-Darkened the Nether Brick texture to make it easily discernible from Netherrack.
-The runic enchantment font has been thickened.
-Properties file added for MCPatcher font spacing of the main font.
-Moon phases added. (Old moon no longer appears, but the new ones still have the creeper face.)
-Textures added for all new blocks introduced in 1.9 Pre #4
-Item icons added for all new items introduced in 1.9 Pre #4
-Particle art added for all new particles introduced in 1.9 Pre #4
-Shine spark particle tweaked.
-Re-added fix for green lines that appear on water for some users.
-Textures added for all new blocks introduced in 1.9 Pre #3
-Item icons added for all new items introduced in 1.9 Pre #3
-Slimeballs, snowballs, and magma cream have had their size reduced.
-Netherwort icon slightly tweaked
-Particle art added for all new particles introduced in 1.9 Pre #3
-Art files for the Ender portal effects have been added.
-Book art has been added for the enchantment table. (Cheers to whoever catches the reference. )
-New Font added for the runic alphabet used by the enchantment table.
(The font is a semi-intuitive readable arrangement of runes based on the elder futhark. Just stare at
it for a minute and you'll be able to read it fluently in no time. The lack of spacing is intentional.
It makes things slightly more cryptic when characters blend together, but it's all still discernible.)
-Enchant GUI window has been added.
-Brewing Stand GUI window has been added.
-Slightly tweaked Furnace GUI window to better match the flame style to the bubble style on the brewing stand.
-Lowered resolution of misc/dial.png to 4x resolution instead of 8x to reduce lag. (8x renamed to ALTdial.png)
-Added a big, ugly, black line to the chest lids to cover up the Z-Fighting due to Notch's modeling incompetence.
-Potion status icons added to inventory.png
-Textures added for all new blocks introduced in 1.9 Pre #2
-Item icons added for all new items introduced in 1.9 Pre #2
-Placeholder updates to icons.png for 1.9 Pre #2
-Glass pane edges thinned a bit.
-Villager skins added for butchers, librarians, priests, smiths, and farmers.
-Old, leaked mycelium texture moved to ALTERNATES.png.
-Mycelium has been tweaked from my leaked texture to be a bit more realistic/moldy and less depressingly gloomy.
-New, requested alternates have been added to ALTERNATES.png (Frame-less Gold and Lapis, vanilla-esque iron bars)
-Particle art added for all new particles introduced in 1.9
-Textures added for all new blocks introduced in 1.9
-Item icons added for all new items introduced in 1.9
-Skin added for Magma Cubes
-Skin added for Blazes
-Skin added for Snow Golems
-Skin added for Mooshrooms.
-Clay in terrain.png and ALTERNATES.png has been mildly tweaked to have a bit more visual difference from gravel.
-Randomobs.properties file has been updated. (Be sure to use my new one.)
-Added Randomobs support for 8 new wolves. (9 total, 24 new skin files)
-Recolored the Endermen to more vanilla colors to match their purple smoke particles.
-Replaced the default biome palette since the 1.7 and earlier palettes do not work well with 1.8. & 1.9
(This means all 1.7 alt palettes may not look right in the game. Hopefully I'll be able to
do a better palette once 1.9 comes out and the biomes are a bit more finalized.)
-Added the different sizes of XP Orbs, altered the default one orb art to better match the new system.
-Minor GUI bugfix.
-Flipped the damaged armor icon to be oriented to the left.
-Very minor tweaks to icons.png
-Added snouts to all pig skins. (Note that the snouts overlap the old ones for backwards compatibility)
-Re-added the squid skins. (Whoops!)
-Updated Mojang logo to be easier on the eyes while still being close to vanilla.
-Updated mapicons.png to reflect their state in 1.8
-Added the current ALTERNATES.png
-Added a panorama to the title screen based on my old personal world I've had since Infdev.
-Fixed and revised the Silverfish skin.
-Fixed the edges of the Ender Pearl
-Wild Grass support currently disabled.
-Randomobs not fully supported just yet.
-Skins added for the Endermen.
-Skin for Silverfish added.
-Bow and Arrow animation added.
-HUD icons added for the new hunger meter and experience bar.
-HUD art added for the creative mode window.
-Textures added for all new blocks introduced into 1.8
-Item icons added for all new items introduced in 1.8
-Wild Grass Support currently disabled due to changes in 1.8
-Diamond tools made to look slightly more sparkly.
-Iron armor has been altered to make way for the recently added chainmail armor.
-Added biome color palettes for different seasons. Default will be Summer. (Located in the Misc Folder)
-Altered the color of tree leaves and associated biome palettes to have a higher range of color.
-Added a safety indicator light to the clock. It will glow red when it's dangerous to go outside.
-Greatly enhanced the quality of the clock face. Made it more stylish and easier to read.
-Background.png has been changed to something a bit lighter with some contrast.
-Character faces have had their proportions adjusted to be closer to vanilla and more realistic.
-Armor helmets have been readjusted so they better fit vanilla-proportioned skins.
-Randomobs users, several notable archers have joined the ranks of the rattling undead.
-New more tile-looking lapis lazuli block.
-Netherrack has been reverted to a more cobblestone look.
-The HUD health and armor icons have been tweaked to have more dimension.
-New flowing water. Blends better with still water, flows slower, still as turbulent as before.
-TNT has been colored red to better stand out from things crafted out of wood.
-New Wooden door art. I felt the old one was too sloppy and dirty-looking.
-New Cobblestone and Mossy (Viney?) Cobblestone texture to better fit the new NPC houses.
-New Furnace art to fit new cobblestone. Old art tiles as usual are now in ALTERNATES.png
-The art for minecarts has been cleaned up a bit.
-Pumpkins are now back to their old selves again.
-Font's been tweaked slightly to improve the visual differences between the 1, I, and l.
-New redstone dust art to better reflect how redstone currently looks in-game.
-Flipped the shears around so it looks like you're not just bonking things with the blunt edge.
-Various minor item and texture tweaks.
-Support for Wild Grass has been re-enabled.
-New mossy cobblestone texture. Old one has been moved to alternates.png.
-Support art added for both varieties of pistons.
-Support art added for shears.
-Support for Wild Grass temporarily removed until ejhopkins can re-assign the texture locations.
-Rounded the snowballs to better fit this icon's double usage as a flaming ghast projectile.
-Few minor tweaks to the looks of some item icons.
-Fixed the upper right corner of the map so the colored area no longer extends off the paper.
-Darkened tall grass to better match WildGrass.
-Trimmed tall grass a bit around the bottom so that it no longer sticks off of the edges of blocks.
-Added missing fishing rod item art. Tweaked existing rod art slightly.
-Revamped the workbench art to better blend with chests for desks. (Try it out![C][WB][C])
-Revamped the chest art slightly. The single chest is now a chest of drawers.
-New alt textures and old textures that have been replaced have been added to ALTERNATES.png.
-Arrows have had all of their art replaced with more realistic versions.
-Added support art and item icon for the new maps.
-Added art for trap doors
-Added art for tall grass and the ferny-looking thing.
-Added art for dead shrubs
-Added my old font as an alternate in the font/oldfont directory.
-One or two texture tweaks and tweaks to ALTERNATES.png
-Creeper pumpkins have been temporarily changed into watermelons until pumpkins are back in season.
-Creeper pumpkin art has been moved to ALTERNATES.png for those who don't like the change.
-Obsidian has been redone to better reflect the look of my shader maps in the default pack.
-New pack.png (I got sick of the creepy, happy Ghast face. )
-Custom animated fire has been added to support the feature on the newest MCPatcher.
-New font added. (Give it a shot for awhile before you unleash your "CHANGE BAD" post. )
-New alternates added. (Hop on my Tinychat to suggest more.)(Closed until further notice)
-Added support files for Modloader (Ugh.) version of Wild Grass.
-Fixed an issue with the edge of gold bars being the wrong color.
-Grass has been rotated to look better with Better Grass.
-Various other minor texture tweaks.
-Fixed the issue with the invisible grass on the sides.
-Added slot.png despite the fact I cannot edit the scrollbar art. :/
-Slightly new creeper skin based on new template I'm using for the randommobs mod.
-Flipped rain. The game was rendering it upside down for some odd reason.
-Minor texture tweaks.
-Faces of each wolf type have been tweaked to better reflect their temperament. (Less scary tamed wolves.)
-The white lines on water have been addressed with a makeshift fix.
-Particles missing from last update (1.4) have been added.
-Support added for the new sidegrass.
-The old default sapling's and sidegrass art have been moved to alternates.png
-New sapling art for all three different sapling types.
-High resolution weather effect art for snow and rain. (No two snowflakes are alike! )
-Brand new slime textures to replace my old placeholder slimes.
-Slime balls have been readjusted in hue to match the new slimes.
-HD GUI support added for the Achievements interface.
-Crackling shock effect added. BZZZT!
-Three new textures added for the new minecart tracks.
-Art for all three Wolf states added.
-High resolution title art added.
-Items now include art for cookies.
-Support files for vines and various other vegetation in Wild Grass mod now fully supported.
-New ice texture replaces old one that had noticeable tiling issues.
-Removed the background from the Mojang logo to better fit vanilla look.
-Netherrack was changed to the more vanilla-looking viscera texture used in my shader maps.
-Redstone components have been redone to better match the limitations of new redstone. (Best I can do for now.)
-Repeaters now have the electronic symbols for resistors and diodes instead of the boring old arrows.
-Title Screen added (I may change it in a later update to remove the background)
-New alternates added for easy-to-modify bed and more natural sandstone side textures.
-New 400% resolution font that resembles vanilla's font, but is much smoother.
-Support for the new painting added.
-Textures and icons added for beds and repeaters.
-Redstone dust has been unfortunately altered in a really bad way. (Nothing I can do to fix this)
-Various textures like wood have been changed a bit to accompany a future release of my shader maps.
-Support added for lily pads on the Wild Grass mod.
-Unique texture added for the tops of dispensers and furnaces.
-More alternate resources added for all you pack editors out there.
-Transparency mildly decreased on on animated portals.
-Changes to gravel and clay to differentiate the two, and gravel from stone and sand a bit more.
-Various minor texture tweaks
-Custom animated portals are fully supported (...and terribly mesmerising!)
-Glowstone is now closer to the vanilla texture and actually appears to glow now.
-Various dye icons have been changed to better fit the vanilla look and realistic theme.
-ALTERNATES.png added to my pack as a resource for those who manually edit this pack.
-Minor texture and item fixes.
-Colored cloth, lapis lazuli blocks, sandstone, cake, dispenser, pine and birch textures have been added.
-Item sheet edited to include all new items introduced in Beta 1.2.
-Foliage biome colors edited to accommodate new tree types.
-New HD mob skin for Squid. (More resembles an octopus to me...)
-Particle added for eighth-note produced by music blocks.
-Wood made to be slightly grainer.
-Flatter, lighter cobblestone replaces the old standard.
-Iron, Gold, and Diamond blocks retouched to better fit a theme.
-Small weeds added to wheat to give a better visual indicator of readiness for harvest.
-Mob spawner recolored a bit to make it impose its presence.
-Prison-styled iron doors replaced with solid iron door to better fit vanilla theming.
-Furnaces defaulted to block-type construction instead of cobblestone for variety.
-Flattened Minecart track rails with a slight indent to better resemble functional rails.
-Now supports really tall grass on the Wild Grass 5.0 mod.
-Support for the Wild Grass mod has been added.
-Fixed stone tools so that they no longer blend in with the UI.
-Lots of alternate resources added to terrain.png
-Shrunk and flattened flowers to better blend with Wild Grass (Old ones have been moved to alternate resources.)
-Smoothed out wooden planks a bit. (The more weathered version is still available in the alternate resources.)
-Bricks have been darkened a bit as they would be in reality due to the firing.
-Various textures like grass and logs have been tweaked to tile better.
-The view from underneath a pumpkin helmet is now slightly less hindering.
-The nightvision effect from pumpkin helmets has been improved.
-Various minor texture tweaks.
-Watch graphics have been tweaked now that they actually work with the latest MCPatcher.
-Compass has been redone to look better now that the needle works with the latest MCPatcher.
-Fixed the look of some of the tools to fit the materials they're constructed from.
-Swords are a broader category of similarly-constructed weapons. (IE: Wooden swords are now clubs.)
-Increased the resolution of particles and improved the art to better fit the realistic theme.
-Added alternate resources to terrain.png (including betterglass) for those who like to customize their sheet.
-Slowed flowing lava's scrolling speed. (Slightly jerky on one or two frames. Blame math.)
-Tweaked still water animation to ripple slower and display proper surface dynamics.
-Carved pumpkins worn on the head now provide mild nightvision at the cost of visual field of view.
-Some depth has been added to the item slots on the menus to improve looks and make items stand out more.
-Animated lava has been greatly improved.
-Liquids have been animated in 64x64! (Be sure to check custom and animated lava and water!)
-Animated liquids have been smoothed out to avoid jarring tiling issues.
-Full biome grass support added. Looks best with BetterGrass.
-The UI has had its item slots addressed. You should be able to see your darker items easier now.
-Various minor texture tweaks.
-Water and Lava are unfortunately the default animated textures for now
-Various texture tweaks: cloth, glowing stone, iron ore, and some others.
-A minor bug fix on one of the gui files where transparency wasn't where it should've been.
-New and currently unused resources for portals, liquids, and clocks.
-Very minor tweaks to item icons.
-Quick addition of support for MrMMods SimpleMap + Ambient Occlusion
-High resolution armor and player models. (You need to play offline for the models to work.)
-Higher biome color range for tree foliage.
-Greyer, grittier, gravel.
-Some added depth to ores and various other textures.
-New lattice-free glass.
-A few of the item icons have been tweaked slightly.
-High resolution GUI indicators have been added. (Can't believe I missed these the first time!)
-This pack is 4x resolution (64x64) on nearly everything except for thinks like armor due to limitations and will require the HD texture fix patcher found here
-Currently the armor in this is designed for a female, I plan to release a male version as soon as I catch up on some sleep.
-Pack is fully compatible with current post-Halloween version.
History of the Pack
This texture pack started off as a 16x16 terrain.png for Creative mode back in 2009. I made it for myself and had no intentions of ever releasing it. As time passed, Indev came along and I adapted this terrain.png to be used with it. It wasn't long after that that Infdev came around and I found out you could get by with 32x32 sized tiles, so I reworked my old tiles, maintaining the general look and feel of my original pack, half of the source files I made were in 64x64. By the time Infdev became known as the main Survival mode, MCPatcher had caught my eye. Since many of my source files were already in 64x64, updating the rest to that seemed the next logical step. At some point though I began to reach a creative block and was unable to objectively review and improve my own work. To solve this I decided to upload and share it to receive constructive criticism. But before I could do that, I decided that a terrain.png wasn't enough for a release of a texture pack for me. And releasing a WIP was out of the question, so around the time of the Halloween update, I spent a whole day doing nearly every single other piece of art I could edit,including the mobs and items. Uploaded it and got the criticism I needed to improve my pack even further for my own personal use. ...Or so I thought!
This texture pack is provided for personal use. You may not rehost or redistribute this work in its entirety. To make use of this work for remixes/compilations, permission is required on this platform. (see here for details)You are not permitted under any circumstances (barring special permissions) to distribute my work in any form that makes use of for-profit monetization.
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Supporting this Work
My work is free to all and I'm happy to keep it that way. However, updates to this texture pack are only made possible by support from people like you. Like many hit by the pandemic, I'm stuck at home and unemployed. I would be greatly relieved to be able to make a living wage by continuing to produce this content. If you're able and willing to pitch in, please consider subscribing on Patreon or donating through PayPal.
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Installing the Texture Pack
1. Save my pack's zip file to the resourcepacks folder in your Minecraft directory. (Do not extract!)
2. Click here to download the latest version of Optifine. (Very important!)
3. Run Optifine's installer on the appropriate installed version of Minecraft.
4. Run Minecraft and go to Mods and Resource Packs to select my pack.
Q: Some of my textures like menus and connected textures are white. What gives?
My performance sucks, what can I do to improve it?
I've double checked that I've followed all the installation instructions and the game crashes when I load your pack, how do I fix this?
A: These are usually caused by memory issues. Your computer either has insufficient memory to load all the textures or more likely isn't allocating enough memory to the game to ensure smooth performance. There are several things you can do to ensure Minecraft is getting enough memory: 1. Update Java. Much of the time, your Java is probably just outdated and an update should improve general performance. How to update should be self-explanatory--Google "java update". Ensure you use the correct bit version to match your OS. (i.e. Do not use the 64 bit vesion if you are on a 32-bit OS and vice versa.) 2. Update your video card/device's drivers. Same as above. If you don't know what video card/device you have, again, use dxdiag as described in the first suggestion. If you are on a laptop that wasn't purchased for gaming, chances are you might not even have a proper gaming video card. In this case you should ensure your laptop's drivers are completely up to date--For this Google is also your friend. 3. Close other high-memory-impact programs. Some programs are huge resource hogs, and no matter how much memory you have, if it's all being used by a web browser with a lot of tabs open (even if minimized) Java may not be getting the memory resources it needs to render all textures. In this case, on Windows it wouldn't hurt to use 'Ctrl'+'Alt'+'Delete' to bring up the Task Manager and arrange your currently running applications by their memory usage to see what big memory hogs you can shut off while you play Minecraft.
4.Update your hardware. This will be a last resort for most people because not everyone may have the resources to pull it off. But if you have the money, your computer can always benefit from having upgrades to various components. Minecraft is primarily a PC game, when you get into the territory of PC game modding, you probably shouldn't expect good results unless you're running a gaming machine. You can easily build one of these from scratch for under $600 using only Google. (Building a computer isn't as hard as you may think!) Though you may just need to upgrade a single component or two and that's a much more cost-effective way to turn your current machine into something for gaming. I'd recommend first evaluating your video card situation. If you're using an onboard video device, you should definitely get a real video card. If your video card is good, the next step would be to upgrade your RAM. I'd only recommend upgrading your CPU as a last resort--though in that case, you should probably just rebuild a new machine from scratch. As always, Google is your friend, but if you need help with figuring out what upgrades your machine can handle and Google or online forums aren't cutting it, consult your local computer nerd, YouTuber, streamer, or any customer service of an electronics store that sells computers.
Q: Why is my water is white/grey or purple/blue with text?
A: Because you either do not have the latest Optifine installed, or you have Custom Colors disabled. This pack relies on the Custom Colors mod to function properly. To enable it on a Patched version of Minecraft, go into Options>Video Settings>Quality>Custom Colors: ON
Q: I prefer the old lighting. How can I get it back?
A: Open the zip file that contains my texture pack, go to the environment folder, then delete all the files that contain the word 'lightmap.' If you just want to remove the flicker from torches, you'll need to edit those files so that the bottom half of them is the same shade of pixels horizontally. You can easily accomplish this in any image editor by just copying and a single column of pixels from the bottom half and pasting them all the way across.
Q: How do I uninstall this pack and/or MCPatcher?
A: Simply go into Options>Resource Packs and remove Misa's 64x64 Realistic from the Selected window.
Q: Will this texture pack make my game lag?
A: It may. Most people however report no noticeable change in framerate. So unless your computer is pretty old or a laptop, you shouldn't notice much of if any hit to your performance. However, you likely will have trouble with lag if you do not have a proper video card and are just using something like on-board video on a laptop. Generally if you plan to play 3D games, you need to have a proper video card. If you've never used Optifine before though, it may actually help your performance a lot.
Q: Will you make some textures for (insert mod name here)?
A: Possibly. But most likely not. I only try to support purely graphical mods. Any mod that alters entities, gameplay or adds any other thing to the game that can corrupt your saves will not be supported by me. If you find a non-intrusive, purely graphical mod, please suggest it for my review. I will then decide whether or not I will support it with my art. Once fully caught up, I plan to take alternate texture requests from certain Patron tiers.
Q: How do I use the alternate textures?
A: These are provided for people who like to edit the pack before installing it. You will need a decent graphics editor that supports alpha channels and a way to change files in zips or in Minecraft.jar, such as Winrar. If you don't know what you're doing here, it's probably best to not worry about using these. I do not provide support for the editing of my pack, only resources for those who do.
Q: Will you make the pack resolution higher than 64x64?
A: Not at this time. A big part of the aesthetic of my pack relies on being at this particular resolution.
Q: Does this texture pack support shaders?
A: It is usable with most shader packs, however shader maps for the textures are something that are planned for the future once the pack is fully up to date. The shader maps of choice for this work will likely be BSL, as they have the best customizability for texture pack artists and good implementation of parallax occlusion mapping (3D textures) that I've seen so far.
Q: Can I use your art for a project I plan to upload?
A: Depends. For the most part I'm fine with people using my work for modified texture packs and compilations so long as I'm properly credited for it. (With a link to this thread.) If however you plan to take donations or make money off of my work (Including via adf.ly links), I'm not okay with it. I provide my stuff completely for free to the Minecraft community with optional ad, donation and subscription links. It's not put up for people to capitalize off of. If you want to make money, produce a unique product of your own imagination and work rather than stealing from others. It also gets a little complicated with projects that aren't related to Minecraft. For those, please PM me or head over to my Discord server. So here's a list of things to consider and avoid if you wish to use my work:
-Ask for permission as the forums now require. (I prefer this via PM so as to not clutter the thread.)
-Credit me for the work of mine you're using.
-Limiting usage to Texture Packs and compilations released on this forum.
-Add a link to this thread (and threads of other artist's work used for sourcing reasons).
-Include my Legal.txt if you're using a large portion of my work. (You may rename it to Misa's Legal.txt)
-Title your pack as a COMPILATION or REMIX if you use a large portion of my work (and other artist's work) for sourcing reasons. (It's not "Joe Bob's Texture Pack" if all the actual art was done by Jack and Jill.)
-Using files in the 'optifine' folder of the pack.
-Receiving payment or donations for a release using my work. This includes monetization with ads like through adf.ly.
-Using my Randomobs files. (Only the default mobs may be used.)
-Using my CTM files. (They are not necessary for your texture pack and are a custom feature of mine)
-Telling people they're free to use your work as a basis for their pack if it contains the work of others. (You don't have the right to grant permission to others unless it's all your own work.)
-Claiming my work (Edited or not) as completely your own work, or allowing others to carry on believing the work is yours without correcting them.
-Using my work for projects not related to Minecraft texture packs without contacting me first to obtain permission.
-Getting water on gremlins and feeding them after midnight.
I love every texture in this pack...except the glass one. I use glass a lot in my structures and not just for decorative purposes so I need to be able to see clearly through the glass.
If I ignore the glass texture then this pack is superb, the mods in particular, they are absolutely gorgeous..err and by that I mean that they are scary. I had a mild panic attack the first time I faced a spider after installing this pack. Guess this isn't a pack for arachnaphobes :tongue.gif:
this is the best looking pack higher than 32x that i have seen, props mate.
if i could add some constructive criticism from my own point of view, the ores that have been dropped dont look as good as the rest of the pack, the diamond seems too big, and the redstone looks strange, the others fit quite well.
and the ores could use a bit of shading ect to make them look like they are embedded in the rock.
Absolutely awesome collection of Mobs! I have yet to see better anywhere in all of Minecraftia. You have done the impossible, at least as far as mobs are concerned, in convincing me of the merits of 64x64. Your artwork and very slick application of it to the surface of the mobs is just stunning and really does show the ammount of attention to detail you've used over the past year! Really, REALLY well done!!
I would second the calls for a release of a mob pack! Any chance of a 32x32 version too! Oh please!
This work is fantastic. ô.ô
Absolutely amazing texture pack. :smile.gif: I`m using it and will never look back to the old pack. Your items and mobs smokes everything I`ve seen so far.
Kudos to you :smile.gif: