R3D.CRAFT Resource Pack 1.11
Keep the feel of the default Minecraft look and upgrade your graphics with the R3D.CRAFT resource pack 1.11. This high-resolution pack comes in two different options: default realism and smooth realism. Default realism takes the vanilla look of Minecraft and adds details that give each block style more definition while still retaining the pixelated, blocky style of the default resource pack. It is even compatible with connected textures, so you can still create the same connected items you love. Smooth realism turns each block in your world into a lifelike version of the Minecraft world you know and love. All of the original colors are retained, so while water may look a bit more wavy and realistic, it is still the same bright blue color. You’ll notice upgrades on each block type, so diamond blocks are smoother, and wool features all the ripples and curls of real wool. Even the inventory menus mimic the traditional Minecraft look. Instead of getting the complete color and icon overhaul other resource packs offer, the menus simply look like upgraded versions of the standard ones. You’ll never have to guess which icon is for which item, as they all resemble their original forms. As is the case with most resource packs, one of the biggest noticeable differences can be found in the paintings. R3D.CRAFT paintings improve upon the default paintings and replace them with art you’d expect to find in a museum. This is a perk if you want some high-quality art for your home’s walls. Available in five different resolutions, including 32x, 64x, 128x, 256x, and 512x, the R3D.CRAFT resource pack comes in different sizes to suit every player’s computer set-up. If you experience any lag, simply choose a version of R3D.CRAFT with a lower resolution to get the same graphics design and keep your game running smoothly.
How to install R3D.CRAFT?
- 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.