First off, thanks for all the support and everything you've showed to the pack. Lots of posts/messages here and on PMC checking up on me and the pack and although I just want you to know that they were hugely appreciated!
I know I've been silent for a long time but I haven't forgotten about minecraft or the pack, just had an exceptionally busy time with uni (now in my last year), some other (music related) side projects, some personal stuff and changing jobs. I have to admit I also did lose interest in minecraft which did definitely put me off from working on textures for a while.
Since I've taken this break though I've been delving back into texturing work and I'm currently working on getting the pack updated to the latest version. There are still several textures, ui changes, renaming and model fixes I'll need to complete so it's possible that I may just push the update back to when 1.13 releases (ideally with all the aquatic stuff completed, ready to go for it though) but I'm still undecided since it's been so long from the previous update and I understand there are some broken textures currently.
I'll be posting some pictures of new stuff soon so stay tuned to see how new textures or coming along so you can give feedback or just check out what's coming up for the next update.
Once again, huge thanks to all of you. You keep minecraft texturing exciting and I likely wouldn't still be here without all of your support!
Parrots! They'll be the first new mob I complete, after that I'll work on another one of the new evil mobs (either the drowned or one of the evil villagers that lives in the woodland mansion). Currently only completed the green parrot but now that I've got a style down the others won't take too long. I'll take a nice photo of the lot of them once they're completed.
There are also a few new textures in the picture for the cobble walls, prismarine bricks and red nether bricks as I wasn't happy with any of them. There are a few more textures I've remade and some new ones I've completed but I'll save them for a later picture.