REQUIRMENTS paint.net WinRAR or 7zip to start go to search and type run then go to .minecraft go to bin then use 7zip/WinRAR to open minecraft .jar drag one of the folders containing a texture onto your desktop then open it and right click it then click edit and make the texture then delete the folder in the minecraft .jar that you put on your desktop and replace it with the one with the new textures you just created
People don't usually submit packs they don't think are good. I've seen a few do such, but someone will make a simple pack, think its good, and expect a hug. That's one more good pack off the front page.
I like how the most time consuming part of the process, actually creating the textures, is just sort of mentioned in passing and blown off as though it doesn't add any time to the process. :dry.gif:
Process to make a texture pack in the terms of a simple pack creator:
1. Go make a painterly pack and claim it as your own.
1a. Painstakingly find out where those pictures are where you see the pictures in-game
2. Open up MS Paint.
3. Use the brush tool to make smiley faces on the pumpkin
4. Release it as if you have created a master piece and everyone who speaks out obviously has no talent or knows a good texture pack
6. Profit!... if anyone downloads it =p
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Erm. Seriously? This probably took you under 5 minutes to type. If someone could make a texture pack under a minute, I doubt it would be good; let alone have it posted. There are tutorials for this that i'm pretty sure are stickied.
This is scarily accurate to about 25% of all texture-packs I see...
Only 25?I'll break down my own stats.
1%---Good packs I haven't seen before.
39%--Good packs that I've already seen.
5%---X Ray packs.
Feel free to make of those what you will, I'm sure that's nowhere near accurate.