Crafteryada Resource Pack 1.11
Players looking for bright colors and flashy graphics will want to steer clear of the Crafteryada resource pack. This is a somewhat realistic pack with lots of darker colors and maybe 20 different shades of grey. It still manages to maintain an organic look and feel, but you’re not going to see many pinks, purples, yellows or other brighter colors. Comparable resource packs include John Smith and Werion, but Crafteryada is its own resource pack and doesn’t really borrow any graphics or textures from those other packs. This means they do look kind of similar, but don’t look the same, which is nice.
The low resolution of Crafteryada means that most users will be able to play Minecraft without any slowdown or other lag issues, and that’s another point in favor of this resource pack. Many textures look great even with the low resolution, like sand blocks which have ripples and lines running through them, making them look like they’ve been battered by harsh winds. The theme here is clearly medieval, so if you’re the type of player who likes to build big castles and fortresses, or small villages and hovels, you’re going to be happy either way. Crafteryada has a very wide appeal.
This resource pack would benefit a lot from CTM, or the Connected Textures Mod, especially when it comes to window panes and other blocks that don’t normally connect in Minecraft. Besides the bad windows, pretty much everything else in Crafteryada looks good, and the vast majority of blocks, slabs, items, icons and other textures throughout Minecraft look better with this resource pack installed than they do using the default graphics. Recent updates have made Crafteryada compatible with Minecraft 1.11 as well, but it works with later versions of the game all the way back to 1.7.x without issues.
- Added the iron helmet texture (item)
- Added the iron boots texture (item)
- Added the world selection buttons
- Added the server selection buttons
- Added the lingering potion texture
- Added the husk texture
Below you can find download links available for Crafteryada Resource Pack by Uziush. If you try to use a resource pack that has a higher resolution of 32x32 pixel, you will have to download and install Optifine HD or MCPatcher HD Fix to work all textures in-game. All resource packs on this site are posted on third party sites, or were not hosted by us, we keep the original download link created by the creator of pack, follow the download link below.
How to install Crafteryada?
- Download the latest pack from the download section.
- Find in "%appdata%", ".minecraft" folder.
- Locate in ".minecraft" your "resourcepacks" folder.
- Drag and Drop the texture .zip file into this folder.
- Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs...
- Select in this list Resource Pack that you have installed.