TextureCraft 1.15 is a resource pack for Minecraft 1.15 that features awesome new weapons, armour, GUI and so much more. A perfect option for players who want a pack that will turn the whole game into something much cooler. Keep reading to see what you can expect from this epic resource pack for Minecraft’s most recent update!
What is TextureCraft 1.15?
TextureCraft 1.15 is a resource pack that completely strips away Minecraft’s default textures and brings in new, fresh and exciting textures to give the game a totally new feel. With higher texture resolution, 3D textures and a more realistic art style, TextureCraft 1.15 aims much higher than Minecraft’s default art style, and leaves a huge impact on the game as a whole.
What is TextureCraft 1.15 like to play with?
TextureCraft 1.15 is a very typical resource pack in that it replaces all visual aspects of the game with custom-made textures to change how the game looks. Though, just because the pack is typical in structure, it doesn’t mean that it’s in any way typical in its style. TextureCraft 1.15 makes use of a very bold and realistic fantasy art style to convey a much grittier tone. However, the art style isn’t totally devoid of fun either, as the creator manages to add cartoony elements into the texture designs to keep things interesting.
Despite the fact that the pack is higher resolution that the default Minecraft textures are, the pack manages to achieve the feat of not making its textures overwhelmingly detailed, which is something seen far too often in resource packs. That said, there are some particular block designs that do fall into this trap, but for the most part textures (such as the armour textures) are composed very well.
Generally speaking, block textures are surprisingly faithful to Minecraft’s original designs, sans a few artistic choices here and there. Common blocks such as grass, dirt, logs and wooden planks all look great and have undergone a resolution upgrade without losing their inherent charm and the qualities that make them so identifiable. However, some blocks seem as if the increase in resolution has done more harm than good, with blocks such as brick looking more like a compressed real-life image than a meticulously designed pixel art texture. Though, this view might vary depending on personal preference.
The new GUI is sleek, modern and stripped back. While brilliantly designed, I do question how well it works with the aesthetic of the rest of the pack. Something more fantasy or RPG themed might have coupled better here, as currently the interface seems like it would be better off in a modern or contemporary styled resource pack.
What are the pros of TextureCraft 1.15?
✔High resolution textures
✔Gives Minecraft a more realistic and detailed art style
✔New features such as 3D texture models
What are the cons of TextureCraft 1.15?
X Art style wasn’t to my taste
X Some texture designs are busy
X Not recommended for lower-end computers
How do I install TextureCraft 1.15?
Want to install TextureCraft 1.15 but not sure how to do it? You’re in the right place! See the guide below to have TextureCraft 1.15 installed in just a couple of minutes.
To start, download the available zip for TextureCraft 1.15. Once the zip has finished downloading, find and open the folder named ‘resourcepacks’ in Minecraft’s files. If you don’t know where to find the folder, go to the game’s option menu and click on the resource pack button. On the next screen, select ‘open resource pack folder’. Another way to find the folder is to go through the files manually. Use the table below to see which file directory you need, depending on your computer’s operating system:
To finish, place the zip download into the folder you opened and boot up Minecraft. In the resource pack menu, enable TextureCraft 1.15 as active in your resource pack list.
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TextureCraft 1.15 for Minecraft Download Links
Below is where you can find download links for TextureCraft 1.15
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