So I've played this game a while, and I've always made resource packs to accompany the things I build, but most of them were messy, combining textures drawn by me and images from google in all sorts of different inconsistent resolutions. But this is my first serious attempt at a proper resource pack. It's 32x32, and changes all textures as well as some models (including random variations), the font and sounds.
I haven't worked on it in a long time and I'm not playing the game that often anymore, but it's bothering me that it's still not finished.
It is mostly just a regular, almost-faithful pack, with some medieval/fantasy and steampunkish influences, I wanted it to be able to be used for different things, which may make it seem a bit inconsistent. I primarily made this pack to serve as a base for possible future packs that would have specific themes, for which I've always had many ideas.
I got a bunch of preview images put together to see if there's anything you think I should change or add.
I'm personally not happy with how bright and colourful everything is, but changing it would be a lot of work it seems.
I know I need to redo the leaves and vines, and maybe the cobblestone too. I'm not very satisfied with the water, but I find that very difficult to make.
Notice how I changed some models, I'm thinking of changing the water lily flowers to be cross-shaped like the rest of the flowers.
I'll probably get rid of the stained glass textures too. I also need to change the horses, but I'll wait for 1.13 (since the models will change)
As for sounds, I changed the thunder to have a delay, some of the water and lava sounds, chickens may now crow like a cock and wolves bark occasionally, and walking on a wooden surface occasionally creaks.
And lastly, I've done most of the work already, but still need to do some paintings, the GUI and all. And I'll have to implement the changes and additions that'll come with 1.13 when it's out.
I guess I might release it if anyone likes it, wouldn't know how I'd go about doing that, but to do that I'll have to finish it first, of course.