The Wolfhound resource pack is one of those packs that come in a wide variety of looks to suit many different players. This, the basic Wolfhound, is a sort of baseline for all of those derivatives which still look kind of like it, but ultimately go off to create their own unique environments. This is the perfect pack for people who are always caught up doodling things – the ones with minds for the abstract, who can see things in places where other people would see nothing at all. That’s not to say Wolfhound isn’t for everyone though – it’s actually a solid resource pack through and through.
The textures in Wolfhound, as well as its derivatives, are assembled in two ways. Either they are drawn by hand on the computer using programs like Photoshop, or they are imported through scans of things which were drawn by hand in real life, like on a pad with paper. This gives Wolfhound a unique look that you just don’t get from other resource packs, except for the realistic and hand-drawn ones, both of which are groups where Wolfhound would fit right in without a problem. It seems like sharing some more specifics would be a good idea here though.
The Wolfhound resource pack has some interesting water because in big bodies, it still looks like a bunch of water cubes all stacked next to each other, even though oceans and laves should appear flat and even on the surface. Maybe this just wasn’t possible when using those hand-drawn textures? Whatever the reason, you’re sure to do a double take the first time you see a big lake or ocean with Wolfhound installed and enabled. The new art images are great.
- Replaced the chicken texture and added top/bottom textures for the ore blocks.
- More texture updates, including planks and grass path.
- Redid some of the old textures, including: cauldron, dropper, dispenser, ore blocks, and two of the doors. They look much better now.
Installation Guide for Wolfhound Resource Pack
This tutorial will show you how easy it is to download and install Wolfhound 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 Wolfhound Resource Pack
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