The Oerlis Realistic Photo Pro resource pack features some of most realistic looking textures to be found in any Minecraft pack. It isn’t finished yet, but rather than focusing on the parts which have yet to be implemented, it makes much more sense to simply look at what has been finished already here. Cobblestone blocks actually look like bits of chipped and crushed stone pasted together into a cubic shape rather than a pile of mostly flat rocks stacked on top of each other. Granted, there are many other textures to spot, but this is probably the first really good one most players will see.
Another texture worth noting is the lava. Many resource packs try and fail to make lava actually look good, but the Oerlis Realistic Photo Pro pack succeeds where so many others have failed before. The lava has just the right mixture of red, orange and yellow along with streaks of black that make it look like an actual pool of molten rock rather than water which is just red. This doesn’t mean all of the textures pop though. In fact, some of them have their level of detail reduced, resulting in flat, boring textures and colors. Just try looking at a field of mycelium to see this.
You’ll get this same flat look from fields of sand and grassy dirt as well. Though to be fair, it would be kind of hard to tell one square foot of sand from the next if you were to go outside and try walking the length of a beach. Maybe the smoothing really isn’t that bad. Of course, that’s up to the people who download this pack. If you’re looking for a handful of highly realistic textures, this is it.
How to install Oerlis Realistic Photo Pro Resource Pack?
- Download Oerlis Realistic Photo Pro from the links below!
- You get a zip file, which should be placed in %appdata%/.minecraft/resourcepacks, without making unzip!
- Have fun!
Download Links for Oerlis Realistic Photo Pro Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X