A word on the origin of this pack. Originally, this pack came from my desire to participate in the Simple Pack Challenge. However, I didn't start work on it until the night before the deadline. Needless to say, I didn't finish in time, but I wanted to continue the pack. So here we are.
This pack is designed with a palette in mind - a sixteen color palette, to be exact. On top of that, it's also designed to contain many square elements, hence the name "Mosaica." I can't promise that every texture here lives up to the latter criterion, but I'm trying. As might be expected, this pack is still very much in progress, so I need anyone with a good eye to critique the pack. I will try to update the pack when a decent amount of material has been added, but I can't promise regularity. Enough words, onto the pictures!
- Wheat growth stages added.
- Inventory GUI revised (1.9).
- Spruce leaf, carrot, carved stone brick, and polished granite, diorite, and andesite revised.
- Spruce leaf and birch leaf color fixed.
- Armor icons added.
- Gold, chainmail, and leather armor models added.
- Arrow, bow, charcoal, dye, seeds, slimeball, snowball, and prismarine shards and crystals icons added.
- End-frame eye added.
It's been a while since I last updated this pack, and I'm sorry that there isn't much new content. University + other games = less time to work on this. However, now that summer has rolled around, I should have more time to add to this. Since last release, I began work on some of the non-block textures, here mostly the armor icons and textures. Not included in this update are new Endermen textures (that have since been lost, meaning I have to remake them) and the beginnings of a font. Next release should be bigger and better, and if any of you have preferences for what you'd like to see, let me know.
Also in the downloads section is an add-on, the Stones Retexture. I never really liked the brown andesite, but I couldn't figure out how to make it match stone without being stone. Then I realized that if I rotated the textures of all the new stones, it'd still be distinct but pair so much better with stone. That's the version shown in the pictures below. Unless there's a large following for the original textures, I'll probably roll the new textures into one of the next releases.