This is a texture pack that I have been working on since the Halloween update that I finally made public. This was formerly known by Legolord331's Redwood Texture Pack, but I had my username changed. I would appreciate any and all feedback. Please post to help this pack be seen.
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I just checked out your textures and a few criticisms come to mind:
-Grass and sand don't tile very well, you can see very obvious lines when you look at large expanses of them.
-The grass on the side of blocks looks weird. It looks a bit stringy.
-I don't get what you are trying to do with TNT. The top has the regular sticks of dynamite, but the side has the same, which makes no sense. I don't understand what the bottom is supposed to be at all.
-Book shelves look muddy. They could use more distinct books or other items.
-Why did you give the stone around ores different colours?
-The fire in the lit forge does not look very good.
-It seems that you added a flower on top of the cactus, but why did you ad one on the bottom as well?
And finally, your pack seems to lack a unified style. A lot of the textures are unchanged at the moment, but for some of the other textures you can't seem to decide what direction to go in with your pack. Ask yourself: Why would someone want to use my textures instead of the standard textures?
I hope this helps
OK what about the sand and grass bothers you, the TNT got messed up when I was working on it the bottom was supposed to be the sides, I modeled the bookshelf after the Myst bookshelf, the bottom flower was form a mix-up that I never got to fixing, what about the fire is bad, and I gave the ores different colors so they were easier to see. What direction do you think would fit it the best at the moment? Thank-you for your comments.
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