2 days ago, I was thinking that I should make ENTIRELY a resource pack by my self. and now I've made some things, plz can you tell me if somethings is wrong with the textures or anything wrong, thx for helping me!
You're probably wondering why your post has been sitting here for so long, without any response.
You're not exactly new, but you've only made one post, so it's easy to assume you're not familiar with the sorts of posts that are made around here. The simple fact of the matter is I've seen exactly this pack before. I'm not even being facetious. I'm pretty sure I've seen that exact birch design at least twenty times.
Bucket fill packs – which is the name for the ultra-smooth style you're using – are frowned upon pretty heavily amongst the resource pack community, because there's no effort involved in them. A lot of people think they're doing a cartoon style with these packs, but what you're looking for there is called cel-shaded. Cartoon packs are some of the most detailed, involved packs you can possibly make, because of the precision needed in the line work and shading to turn something flat into a three-dimensional object (I've been working on mine for about three years, so trust me on this. I'd know).
I mean, kudos for not falling into the sea-of-eye-searing-green trap that a lot of these packs fall into. A user isn't going to go blind looking at this, or even be likely to fall off a mountain because they can't see where the blocks end, but what you do get is a very obvious grid in all of your blocks as a result. The grid, on top of just looking weird, also tends to make it difficult to know what a block is. Look at your blocks, and compare them to the ones you haven't yet done. Vanilla is kind of fug; let's not pretend it isn't. But every single block is immediately identifiable as what it's supposed to be. You're not going to look at it and wonder what it is. Your grass, on the other hand, doesn't look like grass. Some sort of funky tile, maybe, but not grass. One thing you may want to try could be gradiented stripes, like you might see on the outfield of a baseball stadium. Baseball stadiums have awesome grass. I'm on mobile, so I can't link right now, but google "baseball stadium grass." Some of that stuff is nuts.