Welcome to Wolfhound Fairy, a highly detailed 64x64 texture pack with entirely hand-created textures. This is a variation on the original Wolfhound. This pack features swirls, blue tones, and a LOT of glowies. It's meant to give your game an ethereal feel and features probably the best glowstone I've ever textured.
This doesn't look like default Minecraft! It's not supposed to. Wolfhound Fairy brings a new theme to your game, giving you a totally different look without installing mods.
The customizer is a web application I built that allows you to select from any of the Wolfhound textures to build your own custom version of Wolfhound!
I dunno, I'm just some random person that makes texture packs? Chat with me on this thread! Or find me on DeviantArt.
What can I do with this pack?
use it in a Youtube video, include a link back to Wolfhound
use it in a remix pack for redistribution, include credit and a link back to Wolfhound
alter textures for a remix pack for redistribution, include credit and a link back to Wolfhound
use (altered or unaltered) in a map for distribution, include credit and a link back to Wolfhound
use it for any of the above purposes without first asking permission
What can I NOT do with this pack?
claim it as your own work
put it under any sort of link that makes you money
upload it to websites as a texture pack. In other words, don't go to some website that distributes texture packs that I'm not already on and upload it yourself. I need to retain control of this pack so I can keep it current.
I've relaxed my standards on what you can and cannot do with this texture pack because I'm making this for the community and I want the community to be able to use it and benefit from it. There's no advantage other than ego-stroking to keep it exclusively to myself. Just don't claim it as your own.
And make sure you're following the TOS of anywhere you use it.
So I am SUPER close to having all the paintings for this pack finished. I'm doing something a bit new this time and most of the paintings are actually going to be real paintings, in that I'm using scans of the watercolor paintings I've done recently. Not all, but most.