If a resource pack were claiming to be heavenly, it would need to have a lot of wings, suns and other celestial and heavenly features plastered throughout, right? In that sense, the Wolfhound Heavenly resource pack does a good job. Many if not all of the textures are replaced with versions that are brighter, lighter and look like they would be found in or around a place like Mt. Olympus, the home of the ancient Greek gods and goddesses of old. Everything is positively radiant, which seems like the way it should be considering the scope of this resource pack.
From trees to the dirt they grow in and the grass which grows on top of that, there is an increased level of detail which is only possible thanks to the boosted 64x resolution. Like the Wolfhound Fantasy pack by the same author, there is plenty of purple in Wolfhound Heavenly. You’ll really notice it in bookshelves, since all the books seem to have purple bindings and covers. The corners of blocks look especially nice since some artful shadow effects have been used to make textures appear to be 3 dimensional.
Perhaps the most striking feature about the Wolfhound Heavenly resource pack is the desert and its sands. Sand gets bleached by this pack, which makes those endless sort of tan seas of sand look more like pristine beaches on untouched islands. The sand alone will be enough for some players to consider designing an island or desert map using this resource pack – it’s that good, really. Overall, Wolfhound Heavenly does a good and thorough job of updating and upgrading all of the vanilla Minecraft textures. Nothing looks out of place in this pack.
How to install Wolfhound Heavenly Resource Pack?
- Start Minecraft.
- Click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.