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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    So sorry, everyone.

    I have restored the download links; it was a server issue. Harmony should be available for download, and compatible with Minecraft 1.8!

    In typical artist fashion I "have become incredibly busy with real life". My job has required a lot of hours, and, well other things are happening too, so I have not been able to make time to keep my mod support up to date.

    Until things calm down, I will not be maintaining my mod support, but you should be able to expect continued support for Vanilla Harmony.

    Thank you all for glancing at my artwork :D ! Seriously, thanks.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    Well, Direwolf20 has announced a new modpack on the way. I'll be looking into updating my current mod support for their later version, starting with Bibliocraft.
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    posted a message on Microsoft needs a Face if they decide to modify Minecraft
    Now that I've had time to digest the sale of Minecraft to Microsoft, I've given some thought as to exactly what it is that I fear about this transaction.

    I do not hate "big companies" in some steriotypical 99%-er prejudice, but something about Microsoft made me uneasy beyond my history with them.

    It's the fear of annonymous decisions being made.

    When Markus Person, AKA Notch first started developing Minecraft, he had a presence on redit that served as interactivity with him. His presence grew to Twitter as well, and throughout his work on Minecraft, Notch remained APPROACHABLE, or at least that was my firm belief. I felt that Notch was very much aware of his clients, and took feedback from them. When he founded Mojang and passed the mantle of development to Jeb, the "Mojangesters" stood in the spotlight, and carried on the task of interacting with minecraft customers. (They still do, which is good)

    My fear with Microsoft's ownership is that a group of Business Degree executives will make a "product decision" in complete absense of understanding what they own.

    Microsoft, if any of this reaches you, I hope it is the message "We need someone responsible we can interact with IF you chose to modify minecraft in any way. We will need a representative that listens to us."

    So far, Microsoft seems to be content to absorb profit in exchange for supporting Mojang's decisions on Minecraft, and that suits me just well.
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    posted a message on Alvoria's Sanity - [1.12.2] - No longer updating. Sorry.
    Quote from Alvoria»

    A significant portion of me doubts you know the reasoning behind the textures. <_<

    With that said... Thank you for your support. :)

    This is the reasoning, as I understood it:

    "I created this pack, as I'd assume many texture pack authors do, because I grew tired of the default textures. Particularly, I don't like how inconsistent they are from one texture to the next. This is particularly evident in the items. Some, like the food, are very detailed while others are very flat and have a restricted pallet.

    To put it mildly, it was driving me crazy so I thought I'd make this pack to return to Sanity."

    Same thing with my texture pack, and I suspect, other authors as well. We did not like how things looked, and learned we could change them.
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    posted a message on Alvoria's Sanity - [1.12.2] - No longer updating. Sorry.
    I support the reasoning behind, as well as the textures themselves.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    Quote from AgincourtDB»
    The link to 128x is not working for me... returns "Failed - No file". Is there an updated link?

    This is embarrassing! I have no idea how that happened, but it's fixed now. The main link works, and I've checked all the others ones.

    Thank you for pointing that out.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    An example of Harmony support for Natura:



    and... underwater shrines in 1.8

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    posted a message on Lookjng for Some Particular Texture Packs
    Try mine?

    It is not photo-realistic. I tried for a balance between realism and "a world made of blocks" and I can assure you the textures are not the least bit dark. Also supports a few mods.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    I have now added mod pack support for Natura, as well as the Bibliocraft tie-in for Natura. Both texture pack addons are 128x, 1.6.4 only.

    At the time of this post, I am too tired to add a demonstration picture for Natura.

    The completion of these two texture pack additions mark a distinct conclusion in Harmony texture pack development. I will likely add to the number of mods I support, but for now I am taking a long break, which will be interrupted only to update along with Minecraft's development.

    Thank you all for taking a look at my texture pack. If you like it, please help spread the word. Harmony is 1.8 compatible.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    Harmony Vanilla is now ready for Minecraft 1.8. It is at least compatible with snapshot 14w34b.

    Version 1.3 changes:

    -added red sandstone, chizeled red sandstone, doors made from other-than-oak wood, and banners.

    -retooled the grass

    -also cuddled some bunnies.

    Enjoy. Now working on Natura support
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    posted a message on Is there a current resourcepack that resembles this?
    [edit]

    actually, I have no idea how to make or support a custom sky. Sorry I posted.
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    posted a message on Tinkers Construct
    This is an INDISPENSABLE mod!

    I am proud to announce my texture pack now has support for 1.6.4. I plan to support future development later.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    UPDATE: I have added support for Tinkers' Construct (1.6.4)



    I am now working to make Vanilla compatible with the upcoming update.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    Quote from mrdew3

    Great Job! This is great, and I use it to its full potential. Would you think of adding Metallurgy 4 and Extra TiC support for it at anytime?

    I have never played with either mod, so it would be a long time from now if I did. As of this moment, I am trying to finish support for Tinkers Construct and Natura, and hope to move on to Forestry from there. I will be taking a look at Chisel mod (after forestry), and I'm REALLY wanting to re-texture IC2 and Thermal Expansion since I use those mods.

    Best to find another pack you like. It will likely be January before I get to Metallurgy or Extra TiC. Thank you for your interest, though.
    Quote from BlueLightningMC
    This is one of my favorite resource packs to use it just looks so smooth to me.

    Thanks. This means a lot to me.
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    posted a message on [1.8] Harmony Texture pack: some mod support.
    Updated Harmony Vanilla for 1.8:

    Verified Andesite, Diorite, Granite, and coarse dirt.

    added Prismarine shards, Prismarine cristals, Prismarine blocks, and undersea guardians

    added mutton, rabbits, and rabbit products.

    fixed a problem with the blue orchid file name so it displays now.
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