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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    thanks, yes, it has connected texture support. probably i'll do a few connected textures and release, and then do an upgrade later that has more.

    i'll post a link to an imgur album on the op.
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    K, link is in the original post.
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    Chain Armor becomes black armor. Possible uses: TIE pilots, Shadow Troopers and Dark Troopers. Wither Skeleton + Chain Armor = Dark Trooper. If there's ever an opportunity to make a Vader, then the torso, pants and shoes would probably work for that, too.













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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    The Stormtrooper armor is finished.










    More images here.
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    No, this is a different Star Wars texture pack.
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Quote from nickm98

    Is this texture pack up for download somewhere? If so where? And will this texture pack work with minecraft pocket edition?


    Yes, download is here. I'm not sure if it will work with pocket edition. When it's complete, I'll see what it takes to convert it to PE.
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Enchantment table becomes the Millennium Falcon's holochess. As far as functionality, it doesn't make much sense, but I couldn't resist the opportunity to make the holographic guys.





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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Emerald blocks become "credit cubes". There's no images of what a credit cube looks like, so here it is. Bookshelves become Jedi Archives.

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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    I'm about 50% done. This texturepack can be downloaded here.
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Spiders will become Viper Probe Droids (the spy droid at the beginning of Empire).

    Spiderwebs are a sort of white plasma ball with a radio transmission:

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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Melons are hair, so you can grow a bunch to make a Bantha and then eat him.

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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Here's connected textures on mossy cobblestone. It's used for computers found throughout the Death Star and Star Destroyers.

    For those of you wondering all the below is made with one block. The textures change according to the shape of the connecting blocks.



    Here is the tractor beam area of the Death Star, using the same connected texture.


    Reference:
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    Why do you ask?
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    posted a message on A Star Wars texture pack
    I finally got connected textures to work again. It's usually used for windows and glass. But I'll also give the interiors some variety by making connected textures for the Death Star/Star Destroyer, and Tantive/Cloud City/Hoth.

    Here's the latest villager skin:
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    posted a message on Snapshot 13w24a Ready For Testing!
    To have no backwards compatibility and make modders -- who have no budget -- scramble to try to keep up with their changes is not a move of an independent studio that's looking out for the people who drive Minecraft. Connected textures is one.

    I feel like somebody came by and said "Hey, I'm going to kick down your sand castle, but don't worry, you can build a better one." And that's happened a couple of times, never actually being able to finish something without it being ruined by another "great update." That's a pattern, and unless it's changed, it will become a company protocol. It's a type of "built-in obsolescence" which is a cornerstone of closed systems.

    Most of you are not going to understand it because you're not creating texture packs or adventure maps. But don't you do everything you can to fend off the creeper? Do you build cool forts in the mountains with the hope that one day the creepers will blown you to bits? If the game mechanics were mis-balanced so that you could never accomplish anything in Minecraft, would you continue playing it? No. But that's what's going on when they continue to break the game with every update. The people who are making things, the "creators", are seeing their work constantly destroyed. Eventually, they will go elsewhere.

    All that's required is that 1.) Mojang continue to break the tools people use to create with. 2.) A better platform that is more friendly to creators comes available.

    Those two conditions make the perfect storm, and they are growing. I speculate that if the creators go elsewhere, the livelihood of Minecraft will be placed in the hands of those who take screenshots of cakes, and frag each other in as many ways as possible. In other words, there will be hype and no substance. If you're a creator then you've already sensed this happening. Maybe you couldn't put a finger on it; maybe you rolled with the punches for fear of mob retaliation. But you knew something was happening. If it grows, it will mark Minecraft's descent, after the creators have moved on to friendlier pastures and the rest have had their way with her.

    I hope to be the fool who foretold a future that never happened. Minecraft is awesome, like every bit of nostalgia from my whole life wrapped into one thing. That's why I'm rattling a sword: not to get attention like a hype-monger, but to forewarn as someone whose watched it happen a few times. And Mojang I believe to be simply lacking foresight, not being malicious. Maybe I'm being emotional here, but the bottom line is that Mojang lacks no budget to put in backwards compatibility and be friendly to the modders they are purporting to help.
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    posted a message on Snapshot 13w24a Ready For Testing!
    seems like disregard for all the work the fans have done with textures and texture editors. reminds me of big corporate moves.
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