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[512x - 32x] Legend Gear

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"LegendGear is a mod inspired by The Legend of Zelda and other classic games, providing new weapons, consumables, and accessories, as well as adding a couple new plants to world generation...."
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Downloads


Legend Gear MC 1.5.2:




Preview


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IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/bTZSU4K.jpg)
IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/mShcOKw.jpg)
IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/ls42okQ.jpg)
IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/8pseGTK.jpg)
IMAGE(http://i.imgur.com/AhNwN2S.jpg)

*How to Install


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1 - Go to the "texturepacks" folder in ".minecraft" folder.

2 - Open the ZIP file of your texturepack.

3 - Copy the folders "mods" and "nmccoy" of this zip, and paste them inside of your texturepack ZIP file.

Credits


AranhaPreta
TrAnE (Mirror, Phoenix Feather and ReedPipes textures.)

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Wow, fantastic textures!

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WOW!!!! you sir, are amazing Very Happy

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Wow. Another one already? In just a month? How can you do that? Scream

And the textures looks very, very nice. Well done! Very Happy

As usual, I can resize it Winking

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Thank you guys!

FullSpecs - usually i start drawing when I already have the design in mind, and draw in vectors in my case is much easier than directly in photoshop, but to finish the photoshop is much better... i also did the max to make this textures in these last days off, from tomorrow the things start to get crazy again. Sad

Of course, you can resize them, but be careful with the edges, maybe you need to rework them.

if you use Paint.net, the easy way to do this, after resize with the best quality, duplicate the image into multiple layers, then merge them, so the transparent pixels become visible, and you can eliminate the unnecessary pixels and correct the color .
In large images before doing this process, use the tool "magic wand" with 50 ~ 60 of tolerance, will facilitate your work (In photoshop has other forms to treating the edge...).

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And you just made my day.
No more to be said. Very Happy
Oh, and what texture resolution did you take the pictures with? I use 256x, and that that looks like it to me, but it may 512x, as I have never used that.

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If I'm not wrong, the first screenshot (items) I took when was testing the 128x textures, the others are 512x.

Based on the number of downloads of my textures, I realized more are used are the 128x and 512x, thirdly 64x and last 256x.

For my use, I always edit my texture packs, for tools and weapons I always use the best resolution possible, for blocks and diversified items, I use x128... my computer is not good with all in 256 + Sad

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*Update:
- Added XpOrb textures

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[quote=AranhaPreta]Thank you guys!

FullSpecs - usually i start drawing when I already have the design in mind, and draw in vectors in my case is much easier than directly in photoshop, but to finish the photoshop is much better... i also did the max to make this textures in these last days off, from tomorrow the things start to get crazy again. Sad

Of course, you can resize them, but be careful with the edges, maybe you need to rework them.

if you use Paint.net, the easy way to do this, after resize with the best quality, duplicate the image into multiple layers, then merge them, so the transparent pixels become visible, and you can eliminate the unnecessary pixels and correct the color .
In large images before doing this process, use the tool "magic wand" with 50 ~ 60 of tolerance, will facilitate your work (In photoshop has other forms to treating the edge...).[/quote]

Thanks for the tip! Very Happy

I'll work on this as soon as possible, though it take more time than the usual Happy

Edit: Check your PM Winking

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Resized to x32 Very Happy

To AranhaPreta : Finished with the resizing. Thanks for the amazing instruction to smooth the edges on Paint.NET! Very Happy

Edit : File link updated with the file that has been edited by AranhaPreta Happy

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*update:
- Added textures 32x

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* Fullspecs, your link seems the old one, I uploaded again with the correct folder name and files updated.