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Tips&Tricks to create textures like the PureBDcraft ones

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I can only imagine it's an issue with the mod itself and not supporting custom textures correctly.

I'd take it up with the mod author.

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ok ill go have a chat with him. thanks for your help

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is it possible that i messed up. because i just took the porckchop and just pasted it in a new paint file save as png and replaced it. are there any other things that i should have done?

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You need to scale the relevant texture sheet up to whatever resolution you're using. So if the porkchop is 128x128 pixels the sheet should be 2048x2048.

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that might be useful info for those making patches. trying it now will update when done

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[quote=ezeglace]that might be useful info for those making patches. trying it now will update when done[/quote]
Not really. Common sense dictates you'd need to scale the sheet up with the new textures.

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never made textures before so i didnt know my bad. so i have the sizing right but the white square is still around it

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Don't use Paint! Tongue

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ok so, what do you recommend i use

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To expand on what Caden has said MSPaint does not support transparency as far as I'm aware. You'll need either Paint.NET or GIMP or something.