Most of the time when you hear a Minecraft resource pack is both simplistic and done in 3D, you know the pack probably isn’t going to be that good. Either the textures are going to look so bad that even putting them in 3D won’t change a thing, or they end up looking so good that the resolution is way higher than normal and “simple” has been tossed out the window. The Kleenex 3D resource pack is one of the rare exceptions to this unspoken rule – it manages to make most of Minecraft look much better, with textures that seem to have different grades and heights built into them, all in 3D.
Well, as close as you can get to 3D in a voxel-based game like Minecraft, anyhow. Things still look somewhat blocky but there’s no denying that they look better than normal, which is always a good point for a resource pack. From a glance, the first thing you’re liable to notice about the Kleenex 3D pack is how the textures seem to interlock, almost like pieces of a puzzle of sections of tile making up a floor. There are dark lines between most textures that blur out the spaces between each, making everything look like one big, connected mess.
You’ll probably also notice right away that many textures, especially all of the different flowers, have been dumbed down almost beyond the point of recognition and turned into masses of cubes. Even things like wheat, which is normally one of the best looking textures in Minecraft, look more like an arrangement of sticks poking into the dirt rather than an edible plant. Kleenex 3D definitely takes some getting used to, but it successfully combines 3D effects with simplistic graphics.
Kleenex 3D Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Added Villager Textures.
- Added Rabbit Textures.
- Added mob textures.
Download Links for Kleenex 3D Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X