Wow! this looks amazing!
It reminds me of Leostereo's squareswept, but maybe even a bit better. You have no idea how jealous I was of that texturepack when I started this one. That means a lot.
Although I would make the ice "smoother", it looks too "unnatural" now. And also the snow could do with less squares. Ice has been the bane of my texturing existence for this pack, and I really have no idea what I'm going to do about it.
I like the tallgrass, and the wool and repeater look awesome!
My only concern is that the vines are a bit "thick", I think, and too "repeating". The look like corkscrews or whatever. I dunno. Also, I don't really like the white pixels on the sand, I didn't notice that before, but they are distracting.
I think I prefer the other sand texture, although it could've done with being a tad darker...
Also, the bookshelves' books don't look like they're actually in the bookshelf properly to me - I think they should be a litte darker, as to recess then a tad. Also, I think the green-book on the right stands out a little too much.
By the way, does this pack use a palette? It looks like it might be palette'd, but I cannot quite-tell. If you've not got a palette for the pack, I think it's the sort of pack whereas having a palette handy could really help.
Thank you for the feedback!
I was not happy at all with the old sand texture since it had a swirly look and the rest of the pack has a blocky look. The darker bits on the sand do stand out a bit too much though, so I can work on that.
I took your advice on the bookshelves, made them darker, and used a less 'Yellow' Green.
I used a palette at the start, but found that it restricted me in some of the later textures, so I started making new colors to accommodate. Most of the basic textures like Wood, Dirt, and Grass do share many colors with other textures. I still am making an effort to reuse colors in different ways, but sometimes I have to make new ones.