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some shader packs for 21w10a

CC-BY I guess

Apparently you have to unzip them for them to work

sorry about that

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SheepCommander commented Mar 11, 2021

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williambl commented Mar 11, 2021

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DivyanshByte commented Mar 12, 2021

How Did You Create Them?? Btw From PhoenixSC

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williambl commented Mar 12, 2021

How Did You Create Them??. Btw From PhoenixSC

Oh cool, I didn't know PhoenixSC had used these!

I used the sample shaders provided by Xilefian as a base, then modified the vertex shaders to adjust the block's vertices' positions in the render.

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DivyanshByte commented Mar 13, 2021

How Did You Create Them??. Btw From PhoenixSC

Oh cool, I didn't know PhoenixSC had used these!

I used the sample shaders provided by Xilefian as a base, then modified the vertex shaders to adjust the block's vertices' positions in the render.

Yes, He Used These on His LiveStream on Twitch and Shared the link on Twitter.

Btw They are Really Cool...

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JONTTM commented Mar 13, 2021

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ErikBigDev commented Mar 14, 2021

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yesopencrane commented Mar 17, 2021

I'm not exactly interested about the Minecraft stuff, but rather the way .zip files were uploaded to a gist. How exactly?

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DivyanshByte commented Mar 17, 2021

I'm not exactly interested about the Minecraft stuff, but rather the way .zip files were uploaded to a gist. How exactly?

You can Clone Your Gist first and Add your binary files like zip, png. Then Push the repository To Github after adding and commit your changes.

Source: https://blog.ouseful.info/2019/02/12/adding-zip-files-to-github-gists/

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yesopencrane commented Mar 17, 2021

I'm not exactly interested about the Minecraft stuff, but rather the way .zip files were uploaded to a gist. How exactly?

You can Clone Your Gist first and Add your binary files like zip, png. Then Push the repository To Github after adding and commit your changes.

Source: https://blog.ouseful.info/2019/02/12/adding-zip-files-to-github-gists/

Thanks

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Dangerdenis199 commented Mar 17, 2021

How do I use it :(

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RealRedcodi commented Mar 17, 2021

How do I use it :(

Download the zip files you want, unzip them (it should be just a folder with files inside), then put them into your resource folder

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RealRedcodi commented Mar 17, 2021

How Did You Create Them??. Btw From PhoenixSC

Oh cool, I didn't know PhoenixSC had used these!

I used the sample shaders provided by Xilefian as a base, then modified the vertex shaders to adjust the block's vertices' positions in the render.

https://twitter.com/phnixhamsta/status/1370008719551913990

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nonowastaken commented Jul 20, 2021

i just remembered this from karl jacobs vid

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Michikato commented Jan 4, 2022

I don't know much about this, but in animal crossing is there a way to make it look bigger?

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Michikato commented Jan 15, 2022

is there an animal crossing for 1.18?

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williambl commented Jan 15, 2022

is there an animal crossing for 1.18?

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It should still work on 1.18.

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williambl commented Jan 15, 2022

I don't know much about this, but in animal crossing is there a way to make it look bigger?

@Michikato Probably changing the -32 to different numbers. I can't quite remember though, it's been a while

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