heres a teaser for bluebird
just gotta do 90% of the pack still and get flowers i like
yall will get it one day
im back off to my cave now baibai
sup yall, it's been a minute. i got a few things.
update on bluebird is coming alright. working on it just whenever i feel like it. much of the core blocks that hadnt been changed in years are now different, most notably the planks, leaves, and cobblestone. there have been a lot of color adjustments, toning down some of the saturation but still keeping in vibrant. i will probably have all the blocks done for the next update but might not have any items
it wont be out by the end of the year, but it will probably be out sometime in spring next year.
Bluebird 3.8! What's new?
Q: When can we expect the 2016 update?
A: Soon. Hopefully.
Q:Why did you start a continuation?
A: I spent 2 years of my life on this pack. My heart and soul went into this, and people loved it. My thinking was that just because I don't play the game and don't want to work on the pack anymore others should not be unable to play with it. People were disinterested however, and it didn't take off.
Q: Can use textures/edits from this pack in my own?
A: Sure. I'd prefer if you asked me first though.
Q: Can I use this pack in my adventure map?
A: Yes, just link back here for the download so I can keep track.
Q: Can I make a video of this pack?
A: Yes, and please send me the video if you do so I can feature it here
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Since creating bluebird over 4 years ago, the pack has amassed over 85 thousand downloads.
Bluebird is easily the most realized project I've ever created. When I gave up work on the pack a year ago, I was hoping the community would rally and continue where I left. However, no continuation projects managed to take off, and the community project I attempted to set up here didn't either. But despite the pack being out of date and no continuation by the community, the amount of downloads since I quit more than doubled in this last year.
Now, what does any of this have to do with anything and why should anyone care? Because I am planning on doing another update soon.
It might happen.
Hey all, how've you been doin? Just cheking in on you all. Good to see I still recognize 90% of you
(secrets tho i might update Bluebird if Alv finishes his pizza soon)
Irish_Pixels, those are looking good.
Ayyy commenting so it is also confirmed here that this is official.
Check out my Website:https://coteriecraft.neocities.org/downloads.html
Coterie Craft is a "neo-faithful" texture pack determined to bring Minecraft the textures it deserves, while preserving the iconic feel of default's textures.
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Featured Video: Coterie Craft (Official 2018 Trailer)
Authors: Cpt. Corn, ExtraNoise, Ganlolde, and karst.- Artwork by Kristoffer Zetterstrand: [image]
For over 10 years Coterie Craft has used ExtraNoise's Quandary Texture Pack as a base. Since then Coterie Craft was given full rights to the author's work.
Coterie Craft has evolved into a unique package of its own with the help of our team members, Ganlolde and karst who continued the pack around 2013-2015 when I was busy as well as myself for expanding the pack to future updates and an HD release.
With Shaders and CTM:
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(Basically the history of it all and a little bit about myself)
It all started with the Quandary Texture Pack, created by ExtraNoise, he set the baseline for this pack. ExtraNoise was quite big within the texture pack community, widely known in the days of Minecraft Alpha for "sprucing up the default textures" and his assortment of seasons, by which changed the grass and foliage color to look coherent to the designated month and/or season type within the year. He would also contribute some of his textures to Rhodox, author of the Painterly Pack, such as the feather sprite to name one. But not too long after I got my Minecraft account, awarded through an honorable mention in the 2010 WoM Halloween Contest, I felt that his textures could be improved upon, or to at least have them look good in my Minecraft.
Thus, in the late December of 2010, was born the Best of Quandary Texture Pack. It wasn't much to be honest, but it had a purpose. Apparently ExtraNoise became unresponsive by this time, updates in his pack no longer came... and I decided to step into the scene to some degree. Bonemouse, a major contributor to Quandary for his outstanding mob textures (currently the author of his own pack, Isabella), supported my work, even if it was made rather simply through the basic mechanisms of "copy" and "paste." But then again it wasn't all that bad, I did some recoloring and knew how to apply smoothness... so I guess it was an 'OK' compilation at the time. Again, bonemouse was supportive and so were other members within ExtraNoise's thread on the Minecraft Forums, I respectfully gained supporters over time and met many great contributors as well as nice people, no longer on the forums now, but dearly remembered.
To mention one of these people, with varying fascination towards each one of them, Morgus was the first to comment on my topic. But what was almost ironic about the matter was that ExtraNoise sponsored one of Morgus' comments as a kind of technique in presenting one's own content with words outside your own; he said, "Love it! [...] Many subtle changes while preserving the original atmosphere." Morgus then says to my pack, "Nothing to improve imho. I am using this with great pleasure." (probably using this version at the time) So I was kinda proud to have that initially positive feedback from the get-go. By this time I had already created my own quandary-style armor models based on the sprites that Quandary had... and it was a good update; bonemouse approved.
Another person I'd like to mention, Axapez! He, along with many other contributors, had presented me with honest, unrestrained and well-appreciated, constructive criticism that helped this pack grow to greater demand. Eventually we joked about this "Axapez standard," whereas he would always have something to say for the better improvement of the pack, always giving me something to do as it would seem, and it was this standard that many appreciated when I upheld it, especially Master7432 and i_r_everyday_azn.
As more and more improvements were made, the Best of Quandary Pack became less of a compilation and more of a revival of Quandary, considering ExtraNoise was gone for such a long time. The pack was then called Quandary Reborn, but the name was only fitting for so long. Eventually many of my old-time contributors began to fade, but new contributors came in the process, for whom were many fans of Quandary. ExtraNoise also came back after such a long time, and later incorporated my armor models into his newer version of Quandary, but with much unwanted change, such as his new cobblestone, it had many of his fans find a distaste in the newer Quandary and sought to it that Quandary Reborn would retain the old Quandary as they remembered it.
My edits to the pack were entitled towards preserving Quandary, at least to the eyes of those who found my pack with much expectation, then to their disappointment. While many of my long-time contributors looked for ways to improve their Minecraft however way they felt necessary through the constructive criticism that they have always offered, my pack grew apart from the old Quandary look that many had desired and continued to take on a more independent role in fulfilling the needs of others who wanted an improved vanilla Minecraft look, so to speak. Two factions came out of this situation, but there was a way to resolve it. The name Quandary Reborn was no longer an accurate name for the pack it was, for it had grown more independent as I kept pouring more of my spin into the mix by making all kinds of edits to it's original foundation; all to their liking. Names were debatable at the time, and I tend to be very picky when it comes to names, but we found one that fit. The word "Coterie," by definition, was to represent a group of people who shared a similar interest, such as my fellow contributors at the time, then the word "Craft" was traditional generic for a texture pack name, but it fit nicely when it came together - Coterie Craft.
As was the new and current name of Coterie Craft, established in the early March of 2011, fully independent from it's original counterpart with a goal to provide a more revamped version of default by improving the appearance and fervor of Minecraft, the Quandary name, on the other hand, is still a good one but has often been forgotten and aged due to my pack's similarities and surpassing success over time. Since then ExtraNoise's work has been expanded on but not forgotten as the torch as been passed to a worthy successor. What was once a low effort remix pack that was supported by the community and the original author has become a beloved franchise of different orginal packs that provide something different to the player. Moreover, I hope this excerpt on my pack's history will serve some justice in providing evidence to the past and well-being for the future as ExtraNoise's former vision is expanded on.
Battered Old Stuff for Minecraft - all versions back to 1.4.7
Do you have fond memories of visiting your grandad's farm when you were a kid? I bet as soon as you got there you'd run off on your own to go exploring. You'd happily spend hours climbing over his rusty, old farm equipment and poking around in the dusty corners of his many sheds. Your favorite shed of all was the wooden, weather-beaten one with the big, rusty, old padlock on the door, right down the bottom of the farm. You tried asking grandad if he'd unlock it for you so you could see inside, but he always changed the subject. Of course, this only made you even more curious. You'd sit up on the rusty, red tractor and just stare longingly at the shed. You'd imagine all sorts of strange and wonderful things that were probably hidden there. Mysterious and magical things. If only you could see inside.
But, one day you found a way in, didn't you...
If you are using a Mincraft version earlier than 1.5 you will need to install Optifine or McPatcher.
For all later versions I highly recommend installing McPatcher or Optifine. Battered Old Stuff includes a lot of Connected Textures and you need McPatcher or Optifine in order to see them.
You'll find screenshots for the new bits as I add them in the Changes sections below. And there's a section for fan-created additions to Battered Old Stuff below that.
Or, you can just jump straight to the Download section
24-Dec-19: Updated versions for Minecraft 1.12
- added Elf costume texture for ComputerCraft Turtles
- added texture for Better Storage Iron and Tin Chests
- fixed texture for BuildCraft Mining Frame
- new textures for Super Factory Manager
- new texture for IC2 Iron Furnace
- many textures for MineColonies
- tweaked textures for Iron Chests
- many tweaked and new Forestry textures
- other tweaks and additions
- new fence textures for Dark Oak, Spruce, Acacia, Birch, Oak
- added and tweaked various Prismarine textures
- tweaks to some Villager textures
- other tweaks and additions
7-Sep-19: Updated version for Minecraft 1.14 and 1.13
- added texture for Jungle Doors
- added texture for Composter
- new texture for Prismarine Bricks
- connected textures for Prismarine Bricks
- tweaked texture for Blast Furnace
- new textures for Smooth Stone and Smooth Stone Slab
- fixed Grass Path texture
- tweaked all Terracotta textures
- added textures for Barrel
- added texture for Stripped Oak Log
- added texture for Peony
- fixed Pictures for 1.14
- new texture for Birch Leaves
Make sure you get the 8-Sep-2019 version. 7-Sep-2019 was missing some textures.
23-Jun-19: Added RailCraft textures for Minecraft 1.12
Lots of new textures. Many old ones tweaked.
2-Jun-19: Minecraft Forums will be archived on 16th June 2019!
After that date this thread will be read-only.
I've moved all the latest versions of Battered Old Stuff (for 1.14, 1.13, 1.12, 1.11) to a folder on Mediafire.
The Download section has a link to this new Battered Old Stuff folder as well as links to the older versions.
I will continue to update Battered Old Stuff so that the latest versions will always be available.
If you have any questions/problems/etc then please post them on the Battered Old Stuff Facebook page.
2-Jun-19: New/Updated version for Minecraft 1.14 and 1.13
Most of the connected textures shold now work with Optifine.
I'll continue to update these as I fix them.
21-Jul-18: New version for Minecraft 1.13
None of the new 1.13 textures, yet.
The connected textures won't work until Optifine for 1.13 is released.
22-Feb-18: Added the mod textures I'm currently using under 1.12.2
- Ancient Warfare
- Biomes O' Plenty
- Charset Storage Barrels
- Thermal Expansion
- Tinkers Construct
- Twilight Forest
- Uncrafting Table
Here are some of the new textures...
1-Jan-18: New version for Minecraft 1.12... Happy New Year!
- finally added gui textures for the Furnace!
- updated crafting gui textures for compatibility with Minecraft 1.12
- added Recipe Book textures Minecraft 1.12
- updated bed textures for compatibility with Minecraft 1.12 (just the White bed for now)
12-Feb-17: New/Updated textures for Minecraft 1.9, 1.10 and 1.11
- new connected textures for Cobblestone (requires Optifine)
- added connected textures for Coarse Dirt (requires Optifine)
- added connected textures for Cobblestone Stairs (requires Optifine)
- new connected textures for Smooth Andesite and Smooth Diorite (requires Optifine)
- added textures for Acacia Doors and Birch Doors
- added textures for the Birch Boat (the original battered old boat is back!)
- added textures for Spruce Stairs (requires Optifine)
01-Jan-17: Converted mod textures for Minecraft 1.10
Forestry, Railcraft, Iron Chests
25-Dec-16: - New textures for Minecraft 1.9, 1.10 and 1.11
- added connected textures for Grass Path (requires McPatcher or Optifine)
24-Dec-16: - Version for Minecraft 1.11
24-Dec-16: - Quick update for Minecraft 1.9 and 1.10
- fixed player inventory GUI texture
- tweaked Christmas chests
18-Dec-16: - Versions for Minecraft 1.9 and 1.10
- added new doors (Dark Oak, Spruce)
- new Smooth Granite texture (requires Mcpatcher or Optifine)
8-Nov-15: - Mod textures for Minecraft 1.7.10
- added Animal Farm, Fish Farm, Quarry
- tweaked Engineering Station, Research Station
- fixed Locomotive Limiter for version 18.104.22.168
- added Nether brick/stone variations
12-Jul-15: - Mod textures for Minecraft 1.7.10
Ancient Warfare - NEW!
- added Engineering Station, Research Station, Town Hall, Crop Farm, Tree Farm
- converted most BOS textures for version BC7
- fixed Turtle animation
- tweaked Advanced Turtle texture
7-Jun-15: - Mod textures for Minecraft 1.7.10
- added missing Charge Pad textures
- fixed Charge Pad (BatBox)
- new Fitted Stone and Brick textures
For ALL Minecraft versions after 1.10 *
* Jumps to the Battered Old Stuff folder in Mediafire
For Minecraft version 1.10 and earlier
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Fan-Created Additions to Battered Old Stuff...
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The direct download will always be the most up-to-date.
The customizer is a web application I built that allows you to select from any of the Wolfhound textures to build your own custom version of Wolfhound!
I dunno, I'm just some random person that makes texture packs? Chat with me on this thread! Or find me on DeviantArt.
ACME Pack is a builder/vanilla texture pack with an animated 1940s style. It has a clear color tones and takes into consideration the requirements of serious designers and builders. We've gone to the trouble of producing a consistent, complete color palette that will not limit your design choices. It is also focused on being safe for all ages by presenting mobs with a scary appearance in a fun way.
Three months of work later - yeah - we caught up with the latest iteration of Minecraft "Java Edition". It's a haul for everyone who's still supporting this game, and we're glad for that! Everything is accounted for, so what are you waiting for? Check out our new previews above and grab a download!
MINECRAFT FORUMS CLOSURE!
I have been on these forums for around 10 years, first as a simple user and then very early on as a contributor with my one and only Glimmar's Steampunk resource pack.
I just want to say the very biggest and warmest thanks to all of you who have come along and shared in the experience over the years. I have conversed with so many of you in what is a unique an excellent environment for the exchange of ideas, support and encouragement. There will be nothing similar to these forums and Minecraft will never be the same without this place.
I am too old and too busy with RL at the moment to start over anywhere else, but if Curse/Forge/Twitch isn't effected by the Minecraft Forums closure then I will still hopefully be updating from time to time over there. Links below to my latest GS updates direct you to my CurseForge page, so that will hopefully continue.
My legal copyright licence, which also comes with the pack, will always be in force, so if I'm not updating as often as we'd both like, it is not a signal for anyone to take over and redistribute my artwork on any other website. This resource pack and the work therein is NOT being abandoned by it's creator, Glimmar.
Minecraft Forums was always my 'go to' place to meet with you all and to reliably find out info on Minecraft, to share ideas and be inspired. Nothing else compares...period.
Please keep an eye on my CurseForge page for updates:
My sincere thanks to Citric Squid for making all this happen in the first place and for help over the years and especially to you all for keeping this place so civilised and welcoming. I will miss not being able to post pics and videos and then getting your wonderful input by way of encouragement and ideas. Seriously, I have been very fortunate indeed to have such great support from all who have passed through.
At least I can say I was there at the beginning...and stayed standing through to the end!
End of an era.
.....Glimmar's 'Cinema Fantastique' Link
.....Glimmar's 'Gallery Eccentrique' Link
.....9 years and counting
I'm now in my 9th year of work on this pack. As added encouragement to continue even longer, I'd appreciate a click on my little green 'reputation' button (right at the bottom of this post - bottom left). Much appreciated if you do!
CURSE/FORGE Texture Pack Section: link
If you would like to continue to support my texture pack more actively outside this thread, please consider using my banner in your signature (space at the bottom of your posts) ...thanks again!
***Glimmar's Steampunk v.16 onwards contains a huge amount of new material. Commencing 2nd February 2015 all Glimmar's work, including the latest download, is subject to new conditions - for anything other than personal use, you must agree to these conditions before download and use***
To get the very best out of Glimmar's Steampunk please first install Optifine. Here's the link: https://optifine.net/home
The Optifine mod makes use of my CTM 'connected textures', my animated 'BetterSkies', random animated extra mobs and villagers, animated GUIs, extended range of animated paintings, Better Colors, BetterLighting, etc.
Without Optifine you will be missing out on all of the above and much more! This pack is now designed to take full advantage of the appropriate version of the Optifine mod.
Glimmar's Steampunk resource pack will still work without installing Optifine, but your 'in-Minecraft' experience will not compare with what you see in the above showcase videos or pics.
Please note: If minecraft begins to lag severely for you after installing Optifine, this is most likely due to the number of extra animated blocks, items, gui, mobs, etc. included in the GS resource pack. To fix, play around with options within Minecraft where, if you have installed Optifine, you'll now be able to switch off animations, and alter many other video settings, etc. I believe this can greatly increase frame rate for some, whilst still retaining the benefit of all those thousands of extra ctm textures.
THIS PACK IS CURRENTLY EXCLUSIVE TO:
MINECRAFT FORUMS Texture Pack Section (you're here now)
CURSE/FORGE Texture Pack Section: link
By downloading and/or using my 'Glimmar's Steampunk' texture pack, you agree and validate my licence and conditions of use, as laid out in my 'Legal' section above.
***Important note: all previous permissions granted for use of Glimmar's Steampunk are now deemed invalid as of 2nd Feb 2015. see my 'Legal' section above for new conditions.***
Main Pack Download: Glimmar's Steampunk
.....Special Thanks & Credits
.....Fan Made Mod Support
.....Old Mod Support
.....9 Years of Fan Made World Views
Imgur Gallery link: http://imgur.com/a/2M7ep
Please note: Many images depicted here may be displaying very modded or outdated textures.
.....9 Years of User Videos
.....So...What to Build in Your Own Steampunk World?
.....Free P.A.S.C.I.B.O.R.D With Every Pack
Portable and Spatially Compact Inventory Box Of Relative Dimension