Nice! I am making a mod and struggle with getting a seamless texture. There were some good points.
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May 25, 2015Nyla6315 posted a message on What Went through your mind when you made your Minecraft namePosted in: Discussion
Minecraft name: Nyla
Basicly just swapped the letters around from my real name and added a few numbers
May 24, 2015Nyla6315 posted a message on Arsnic's Medieval Skin Shop!*The one stop shop for medieval skins!*Posted in: Skins
A nice skin always make a character look good.
May 19, 2015Nyla6315 posted a message on MrCrayfish's Construction Mod v1.1 - A.O.E. Inspired Construction! Huge Update Beta Release!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
This sound super cool! Also been watching your YouTube tutorials. They are great!
May 18, 2015Nyla6315 posted a message on Be inspired, stay inspired... Make a Minecraft ModPosted in: Discussion
Be inspired, stay inspired... make a minecraft mod
Recently I have been dabbling in the dark art of coding a mod and am really enjoying it. I was taking to my friend, who is a concept artist, and asking her the trick to creating something creative, be it an artwork, story or a minecraft mod! This is the tricks she taught me and now I will share them with you.
1) make it original: A new idea is always exciting both for the mod creator and the people playing it. People are not going to download two mods that do the same thing. They will only download the one that looks the best.
2) Quality over quantity: Spend time making the mod as good as you can. People like mods with lots of content but if none of it works as it is meant to then people will stop playing it.
3) Be interactive with the community: over the Internet is the best place to show off your creation to the world and the minecraft forums is the best place to get your mod noticed.
4) Keeping inspired 1: The best tip to keep inspired is to start inspired. Make a mod that you think is cool and not just so people think you are cool.
5) Keeping inspired 2: keep your ideas realistic. I have seen more then one mod maker give up because of the huge task they set for themselves. Starting out small and learning as you do so is the best to keep making your mod.
Don't feel afraid to make a mod. Go make a minecraft mod!
Comment bellow what you think is the best tips to being and staying inspired to make a minecraft mod.
Thank you Ash for these tips.
May 18, 2015Posted in: Modification Development
I am looking for a way to add slabs to my mod but finding it really difficult to find info on the internet that actually makes sense.
If you could help by posting links about this topic or posting examples it would be appreciated.
May 18, 2015Nyla6315 posted a message on The Lord of the Rings Mod: Bringing Middle-earth to Minecraft - Update 34.3Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Thank you. This is the greatest mod in my opinion. You have inspired me to make my own mods but I don't think they will ever be this standard. Thank you for bringing Tolkien's world alive in minecraft.
May 13, 2015Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Hi guys and girls!
Its update time...
The Stone Plus Mod adds six different types of stone to minecraft. You can mine the stone that randomly generates in your world and craft lots of different tools, weapons, items and blocks from.
This mod adds:
- 6 different stone types generating all over your world
- When mined it drops cobblestone which can be crafted into slabs and stairs
- It adds weapons and tools for all stone types
- cobblestone can be smelted back to stone
- when cobblestone of same type is placed in every slot of crafting table it gives some cool items!
- adds a way to craft moss stone
Crafting recipes (Most are guessable as they follow Minecraft recipes)
Much more is planned but you can help by suggesting ideas for stone related things you want added!
Current version of mod: 2.0
For Minecraft 1.7.10
Download Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ltp1mog2pyd6atb/StonePlusModv2.0[1.7.10].jar
Feel free to suggest things and report bugs. This is my first mod and support is appreciated!
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