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lipki

3d models for doors fence and log_fence

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Hello,
I did this some time ago for TFC 1.8
I do not know if it can be useful.

for each :

- blockstates
- models/block
- models/item
- textures
- image for wiki and/or item
- sources blender

http://www.partage-facile.com/9O4E11MO5U/doors.zip.html
http://www.partage-facile.com/V7B2X9GEAL/fence.zip.html
http://www.partage-facile.com/N6R2MZ0THR/log_fence.zip.html

I have not followed the development of TFC2 but if helpful, I will edit the files to correct them.

 

 

Acacia Door.pngAcacia Fence.pngAcacia Fence.png

Acacia Fence.png

Acacia Log Fence.png

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This actually helps a TON. Thanks!

Looking at the files, its actually possible to do the blockstates and models in a slightly easier way now since forge lets you define submodels, but just like how I never redid the complicated grass blocks, now that its done, screw it! :D 

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cool: D

I'm glad to have been helpful.
I'll see if I can improve things.

And if necessary, I can do more.

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You can.
Watch sources, modifies them gently.
And soon you will do what you want.
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Then to make a new block all what we need are: blockstates, models, texture and?

The model? What do you mean with source blender? It reminds me the modeling program...

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7 hours ago, Diego il Catanico Jr said:

Then to make a new block all what we need are: blockstates, models, texture and?

The model? What do you mean with source blender? It reminds me the modeling program...

 

Blockstates are typically handled by the person writing code, not so much someone doing art for a mod. Blockstates in my understanding are generally pretty similar except in the case of things that change textures or models depending on different variables, the furnace uses a Blockstate that changes the texture based on if it's in use or not.

Models define the shape of the block and how a texture is used, you can find different programs to make model files, Bioxx has one so does MrCrayFish.

Textures are the simplest part of the process, you just need an art program of some sort, such as paint or what I prefer gimp. Most textures are 16x16 pixels, but in some case or in resource packs 32x32 or 64x64, or even higher but less common.

I think I'm answering your question? Also, note I've done more work with 1.7.10 than 1.8 where all this new .json stuff happened.

 

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Then... it's easy... but other things like the id, the location in the creative inventory, generation and obtaining/usage?

Anyway, this got off topic.

Thanks for answering.

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6 hours ago, Diego il Catanico Jr said:

Then... it's easy... but other things like the id, the location in the creative inventory, generation and obtaining/usage?

Anyway, this got off topic.

Thanks for answering.

 

That's all handled by the modder, except in big mod packs where they change the usage of some things through mods like mine tweaker. If you are really interested in modding find some basic tutorials to get started, and start learning java. I would start with 1.8 as it will be the new standard soon. Gonna stop here though as to not go further off topic.

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