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How to make seamless textures?

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I was wondering, how could I make seamless textures. Mainly the blocks. I want to make a patch for the Biomes O' Plenty mod. Also if anybody wants to help, pm me!

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*moved to Discussions*

It's like no one wants to use Discussions for what it's for Sad

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[quote=HanFox]*moved to Discussions*

It's like no one wants to use Discussions for what it's for :'([/quote]
Well I think that there is nothing wrong about posting it in Chitchat bar, lol!

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You use the same concept as tessellations way back in primary school... You have Make a "Piece" and then put it halfway over the edge of a texture. Cut on the edge of the texture and the piece thats sitting outside the texture square you move to the opposite side inside the texture...

Wow that was a bad explanation. If you dont understand ill explain again better

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[quote=BigDaveNz1]You use the same concept as tessellations way back in primary school... You have Make a "Piece" and then put it halfway over the edge of a texture. Cut on the edge of the texture and the piece thats sitting outside the texture square you move to the opposite side inside the texture...

Wow that was a bad explanation. If you dont understand ill explain again better[/quote]
Thats fine. I have found a way to do it, but thanks for help!

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[quote=BigDaveNz1]You use the same concept as tessellations way back in primary school... You have Make a "Piece" and then put it halfway over the edge of a texture. Cut on the edge of the texture and the piece thats sitting outside the texture square you move to the opposite side inside the texture...

Wow that was a bad explanation. If you dont understand ill explain again better[/quote]

Really? I think in my primary school they might've handed us a box of crayons and said, have at it, then left us alone for an hour or so, just to come back and say our squiggles looked good (even if they looked like a pile of dung). Then after that of course art was completely absent from the educational system.