If you can, give me some advice so I can make this resource pack better for you.
The best advice I can give you is this: STOP!
Stop what you're doing and examine why you want to make a resource pack. What are you trying to accomplish with this? What is your artistic statement? What is the purpose behind your pack?
This is an important thing to think about because this exact pack has been done before. The "Default, but with no shading" look has been done to death. Just search for SimpleCraft, FlatCraft, or half of the "cartoon" packs out there. Most of them are exactly this same thing to one extent or another.
Stop what you're doing and think about why you want to tread old ground. Why do you want to do exactly what everyone else is doing? Even if you like this look, why not just download one of the packs that already exist that do this? Why create another one when there are literally hundreds of these already available?
If you can't come up with an answer, then my advice to you is this: STOP!
Stop the pack... and then start over. Come up with a unique 'look' for your pack. Find a purpose behind making a resource pack. Decide on an artistic statement that YOU want to make. Be unique. Be creative. So something different. Something that hasn't been seen before. Create ART!
So, edited default textures, just bucketfill, and flat? No sir, this isn't a texture pack. Edited default isn't appealing to people; especially when you make it flat and no detail. I also agree with CopperCookie and Alvoria.
My suggestion to you is: If this pack remains bucket fill and default edit like, keep it to your self. If you like it, there is no reason to put it on the forums as it will only be criticized until you stop liking it.
Also, it is a good idea to check around before posting or even starting on a pack to see if there is an over abundance of that kind of pack already. (which in the case of default edit and bucket fill packs there certainly is)
Oh, I also agree with Alvoria, CopperCookie, and GCSterling.
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