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Day by day texture compilation:
All colored blocks: stained clay, wool and glass/glass panes
lol, yeah one half of my brain goes: "Fix it now!" while the other half goes: "No! we don't have time!"
The brick does stick out in that days batch, it blends in with the other horrible stone textures though
I pretty much only use bucket and brush on every texture and apply a noise filter to roughly 30%
If I had more time on day 4, I would have loved to work more on obsidian, I really liked/like the direction it was going.
Here is day 5
Nether brick annoys me the most, there are some parts that are supposed to have highlights that I missed and then ran out of time. Note to self, don't make too many shapes.
So, if you wanted to, could you redo a texture from scratch?
For example, you don't like your bricks. Obviously it would be cheating to go back and give it another 5 minutes.. but what if you just made a brand new one from scratch within 5 minutes and replaced it?
Either way.. you're doing some really nice work in a short amount of time. I've spent about an hours on my tulips just trying to make them look right so I can mass produce them (for the CTM and the other colors).
I'm really liking what you did with the wheat. I think its much more realistic to have it bunched together like that than the completely straight strands of wheat that most people make. I might use this idea for my wheat texture in one of my own packs if you dont mind.
Nothing to show xD I simply did all the colored wool, glass and stained clay, a total of 65 blocks. I know, you might be thinking, but film! 4x16 is 64. That might be so, but I had the white wool finished from before which brings it down to 63, then add the regular glass pane top and the hardened_clay.
All the blocks in the first tab when you have creative mode on are now finished.
Hmm well I did change the lapis block from day 2. But yeah, I don't want to bend the rules too much I want to try and keep it as an experiment to see if a pack where little thought and effort has been put in can become popular. Of course this has happened several times in the past, such as ocd that you mentioned in the age thread being the most prominent one. Hopefully this can inspire some people who want to start making texture packs but don't want to spend 1-2 hours per texture. I think 5 minutes per texture one hour per day is doable for most people. And you would finish the pack before you get too bored. And once you have all the textures, you can either leave it and start something else or you can polish the textures you created.
I would have loved to record the hour every day, unfortunately my computer is not of such quality And making all the gifs would take 2-3 hours per day If I do get a better computer I will do this challenge again and record everything so that fledgling artists can see it is not as complex as it looks. Saying the textures take 5 min is one thing, showing it is another
That is a very common way of making hay bale I believe, I have seen it in several packs, can't pull any from the top of my head atm lol. That's just what the hay bales where I live look like :/
I'd suggest you look at "The Pumkpin patch"'s hay bale. It has an interesting top.
The iron bars are a bit darker since glass panes can be used as iron bars if a lighter less pixelated fence is desired. I split 15 min on all the enchanting table textures... yeah.. didn't have enough time to finish the top and bottom xD bottom is just the obsidian rofl