Also I want to add a medieval feel to creepers but all I end up with a a dark colored creeper wearing armor... Any suggestions?
Medieval monsters tend to be A) very deformed looking, B ) reptilian, or C) both of the above... and then some.
Try this: make it reptilian but make the entire front of the head one gigantic eye with the mouth in the center of the chest. Add brightly colored wings (painted on, not functional) on its back/sides, and dashes of the same colors in other places on its body. Particularly the legs and back of the head. It'll definitely be unique if nothing else.
For more inspiration, do a google image search for "medieval monsters" and see what medieval artists have done.
You've got a good start on the armor there, although a screenshot of the armor without a block in your hands would make it easier to see the whole thing.
I'd suggest adding a bit more depth to the arms of the chestplate, and changing the colors of the boots so that they match the rest of the armor.
Other than that, it's really good, i like the golden collar around your neck
Nothing really comes to mind actually.... A cow is a cow regardless of the time period My suggestion would be to go with some darker colors than normal. Though that may be considered more RPG than medieval, it would at least be a start
Nothing really comes to mind actually.... A cow is a cow regardless of the time period
Someone didn't have any agriculture classes in high school.
Actually, cattle have been selectively bread (like dogs have) to have a wide variety of sub-species. This has gotten WAY more pronounced in the last few hundred years as artificial selection has gotten more technologically advanced. For example the gigantic udders and pronounced pelvic bones of the stereotypical dairy cow are NOT as nature intended them to be since they make it hard for cattle to escape predators (like wolves and coyotes) in the wild.
Search google images for "Cattle Breeds" and you'll find a few dozen variants. In the pack I'm working on, I use angus cattle because they're a good beef cow. For your project, though, you'll want to look up pictures of the Chianina breed, one of the oldest in the world and a native of europe.
I really like the upgraded armor, and the pics make it a lot easier to see. The boots are much better suited to the set now, and it looks like there's better lighting/depth done on the arms. The only thing I'd say is to switch the coloring on what I think is a jewel (?) on the front part so that it's brighter in the top left and darker in the bottom right, so it matches better with the lighting elsewhere.
I know.... that part didn't save right for some reason... I have changed it.... I'm also thinking of putting this texture over the zombies.... Also is there a way to have multiple textures for one mob without using a mod?