Wow, you guys are amazing! I think this is a great continuation of Ovo's pack! The textures are extremely similar--if not identical--to Ovo's style. They're gorgeous! Will definitely be using this updated pack. Thank you for all your hard work!
This (unfinished!) would be the second stage of growth; trying to mimic the style of some of the old wild grass textures Ovo did (with some influence from Misa's rather delightfully grotesque Nether Wart as well, particularly in the colors used.) In the final stage, the bulb (is that the right term?) would open, revealing some sort of seed pod thingy inside, which is what you would collect for potion-making or replanting.
EDIT: Oh wow, I messed up. Forgot that the Nether Wart model used the texture four times in a square formation, rather than two times in a cross formation (like the flowers.) I'll have to change it up a bit, probably add a second plant beside it.
Wow. Nice texture of the leather armor :biggrin.gif:
BTW, I have created a video review about this texture pack. It is the first video in my "Texture Pack Trailers" review series. If you want to put it on the original post, that's fine. But, just a suggestion :wink.gif: Lol.
Please check it out anyway. :smile.gif:
Thanks for bringing this texture pack back up. This is my favorite pack.
Bookmarked this page. It looks like a beautiful texture pack and I would greatly like to have something that I'm able to use without getting annoyed and switching back to default.. I have no artistic talents whatsoever, so I won't contribute anything except my opinion. :smile.gif: Good luck to all who are able to help.
Oh wow... At first I thought the steampunk-ish style wouldn't fit the rest of the pack, but after seeing it in-game: AWESOME!
Thanks! One of the things that defines "rustic" style to me is an affinity for the antique and the handcrafted, so I felt like an old clockwork device might fit nicely. I knew there was a risk of making something that was too steampunk, which wouldn't have fit with the rest of the pack, so I was very careful to keep the clockwork element subtle, tiny, hidden away... as if whoever constructed them was more keen on presenting them as a sturdy, practical cast-iron tool than a marvel of modern mechanical innovation. I am quite pleased with the result. :smile.gif: