This is a texture pack made with vector graphics. This means that the resolution is effectively infinite since you can zoom in forever without seeing jagged pixels (although it has to be converted to a raster -- i.e. regular pixel image -- before it can be used in Minecraft).
Because of the scalability of vector graphics, I am pleased to offer this pack in resolutions of 16x, 32x, 64x, 128x, 256x, and even 512x! (Adobe Illustrator refuses to export the 1024x version, since that would result in a PNG file of dimensions 16384x16384)
This looks awesome!! I love the 512x and 1024x because it would require such a good computer that it is almost unthinkable, though I look forward to seeing if they will work on mine. Great work, keep it coming!
I have added TNT, chest, pumpkin, doors, torch, redstone torch, repeater, snow, ice, two more logs, and water! The updated version is in the first post.
Anyway I realized that Adobe Illustrator cannot export to 1024x (since that results in a terrain.png that is 16384x16384 and apparently there is a limit in Illustrator that prevents exporting of over 10000x10000). So I shall limit my texture pack to 512x at most. But seriously, you don't need any higher resolution... for example, here is a diamond ore and a pumpkin in 512x512:
I am sure that under no circumstances will you need to examine a block in Minecraft even more up close than that. So I removed the 1024x.
As for video card requirements, I honestly have no idea... My main computer is a puny little laptop that struggles (10 fps) even with 128x textures.
Oh my god... ive never seen a 512x texture pack... my pc can olny run "SOME" 256x texture packs... i cant imagine what type of computer could run a 512x.... oh and great work its a really nice texture pack :smile.gif:, oh and if no one has said it, (i dont read the comments lol) doesnt the latest hd texture pack patcher only run(support) up to 256x Texture packs?
I've noticed a problem with your pack. The transparent textures have Anti Aliasing on the edges, which Minecraft doesn't support on most textures (only ice, water and the portal). This means they will look messy if you look too closely. I suggest you personally remove the AA so that it looks clean, and then Minecraft won't have to do it automatically.