In this article we are going to tell you, where to download, how to install and how to use Sphax PureBDcraft Texture Pack.
When I put on the Sphax PureBDcraft resource pack, the first thing I noticed was how very well the textures and cartoony style of the textures mixed with the simple block designs of Minecraft. It was fluent and very pleasing to the eye. But now let’s go a little more into detail about what exactly I liked, and some small things I didn’t as much.
Firstly, let’s go over the items
The items are probably my favorite part about the Sphax PureBDCraft resource pack, the food is like the original textures of the game, but made to fit the style but all around don’t have much, if any, changes to the design. This is the same case with the discs, seeds, and small things like that. But pretty much every other item has a new design for it that looks, in my opinion, even better than the default look in Minecraft itself. Plus, the spawn eggs being different colored Pokeballs is a nice touch too. But my favorite item is the blaze powder, it still looks somewhat blocky, but the colors and shadowing makes it pop.
The next thing up are the blocks of Sphax PureBDcraft
The vegetation blocks—Trees, grass, cacti, etc –are also very close to the original design, the only thing being changed, again, is the way it’s colored and shadowed. Now I don’t have a problem with them not changing the designs for all the blocks and items. In fact, the familiar feel it gives is very welcoming, and I like that the creators didn’t feel the need to change everything.
The craft blocks however—Crafting tables, furnaces, wooden planks, bookshelves, etc—do have noticeable differences, adding a wood texture to areas to the furnaces and dispensers to make them fit in more with the crafting table and wooden planks. They also added metal looking rims to the wooden items like the chest to give them the same effect as the furnaces and dispensers. On to the ores, each ore has a different design to where the iron, diamonds, and coal are hidden within them which really points to the creators artistry, since they could’ve easily copy and pasted each design for the ores to another. Also, the diamond and emerald blocks have a wooden rim, which I really like since they are less bland than the default design.
And finally, onto the mob
The peaceful mobs of Sphax PureBDCraft Texture Pack are quite…odd. The eyes make them look as if they’re in pain or angry all the time, along with the sheep having the face of a cat. But the designs of the fur are nice, but once again, are very close to the original textures. The companion mobs, like your pet wolves and the snow golems, I actually like. There are also variations of the wolves so they don’t all look the same, but instead have a light brown, and a light gray. The Iron Golems are really cool too, completely different design for them with cracks of bright blue splitting through their dark gray shell. The villagers themselves are interesting, they are cloaked figures, but inside their hoods are only black with circler yellow eyes, giving them the appearance of the Jawa’s from Star Wars.
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And now, onto the good stuff. The aggressive mobs! Starting with the most iconic mob of all, the creeper. Now, for pretty much every aggressive mob, there are variations of it, and with the creeper there’s classic green, yellow, blue…and pink? There doesn’t seem to be much reason for this as it’s quite out of place with the green, brown, and grey undertone of this palette, also, all the creepers have weird ribcage things on their front that also seem out of place.
The other mobs however are quite nice, the zombies were fitting with the style, and a variation of a zombie had their brain showing, which was another nice touch. The skeletons were quite classic, not much to say about them as a whole. Same with the spiders of Sphax Texture Pack, but the Nether mobs were great. The blaze was terrifying; the ghasts were also odd, but very unearthly. But the zombie pig-men were had such good designs and detail. They appeared to be mutated lost souls of the nether, and when they’re charging, you definitely want to get out of there. The ender-men were also creepy, especially their opened mouth form which showed off their new addition of razar sharp teeth.
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