With a name like Painterly Resource Pack, it would only make sense to assume the textures in this pack look like painted pastels. This is actually fairly accurate, especially when you consider the low 16x resolution of Painterly. Without a high enough resolution to include detailed textures, many of the blocks, bricks, items and other imagery in Minecraft ends up looking flat, bright and bold with Painterly installed. If you like those sorts of effects, then you’re probably going to like Painterly. If you don’t, then you’ll want to keep moving – this is not the resource pack for you.
Painterly could be the single most customizable resource pack available for Minecraft today. So many aspects of Painterly can be tweaked, adjusted and changed, that two different players using Painterly could have completely different experiences based on their preferences. You can get pretty much whatever you want out of Painterly, and that’s saying quite a lot. You don’t have to have any knowledge of Java or modding either – when downloading Painterly from the resource pack’s website, you will tell the site how you want to customize the pack, then get to download exactly what you want.
If that doesn’t appeal to you, there’s not much else to say about Painterly resource pack, so you should probably get going to some other resource pack. But if you do like packs that give you a great deal of control over the content they provide, as well as a simplistic look and low resolution textures that allow for almost anyone playing Minecraft to use the resource pack, you will definitely want to take a look at Painterly. It’s not perfect, but it’s about as close as you can get to perfect. There are 5,000+ distinct textures which can be customized right now, and this number will only rise with future releases of Painterly.
Painterly Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11
- Added llama decor, modified llama and polar bear skins, added command and structure blocks, fixed horse and shulker box inventories, tweaked a few textures.
- Changed the nether wart block texture to fit the vanilla theme more. More alternate textures have been added. Find them in the assets/alternates folder.
- Added biome colored water and ctm stained glass.
- Added random mobs support. Watch out for camouflaged creepers!
Installation Guide for Painterly Resource Pack
This tutorial will show you how easy it is to download and install Painterly Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11/1.10.2/1.9.4. For resource packs that are higher resolution of 64×64 pixels, you will have to download and install Optifine HD Mod or MCPatcher HD Fix to render successful all HD textures. Also, this guide will work on all versions of Minecraft.
- Setup 1: Download the texture pack/resource pack from below link/s.
- Setup 2: Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs -> “Open resource pack folder”.
- Setup 3: A window will open with the folder “resourcepacks” from .minecraft directory.
- Setup 4: Move the zip file that you just downloaded in resourcepacks folder.
- Setup 5: Now you should see the pack in “Available Resource Packs” list.
If the pack not on the list after you have copied, possible the zip file of the resource pack to be in the wrong format. If you have problems with installation does not hesitate to leave a comment below, we help you or our visitors will help you too.
Download Painterly Resource Pack
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