Default 3D Resource Pack 1.10.2, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 is an add-on resource pack for the default look of Minecraft. This Resource Pack enhances that default-like feeling simply by adding a certain level of depth to most blocks and items in the game. It is aesthetically loyal to the default look of Minecraft and every other resource pack that is similar to it.
Default 3D Lite would be your way to go when the computer you’re using isn’t that powerful. Considering it’s derived from Standard, it features the exact same blocks, items and textures except for any cobblestone-related blocks. This includes cobblestone, cobblestone slabs, cobblestone stairs, etc. This is also the second most used resource pack in the Default 3D series.
Default 3D Standard is all you need, hence the word Standard. It features all blocks, items and textures. This pack does include cobblestone. It’s designed to be used using a more decent performing computer. This also happens to be the most used source pack in the Default 3D series.
Default 3D Heavy is something to be used at own risk. Not because it’s vicious or venomous, but because it features some pack-specific models like leaf block models. Considering there’s an abundance of leaf blocks naturally spawning, these high-element and detailed models may drop your FPS to a point where the game becomes unplayable. Note that this pack is great for making screenshots! This also is the second least used resource pack in the Default 3D series.
Default 3D Plus is a unique pack, it undoubtedly is. It features more blocks, items and textures than any of the other packs. It even features pack-specific models, like grass for example. Using block states, multiple different block models are used to render one type of block, block states essentially alternate and rotate said models in different manner so that they render and appear more randomly to the eye. This is called multiparting. These extra blocks are textured using custom default-like textures. Said custom textures aren’t just textures, they ensure the edges of the affected blocks appear to connect. The pixels on the edges of all block faces are the same, thus connect. This is something innovative, not used in any other pack. I call it ‘Connecting Face Textures’. This also is the third most used source pack in the Default 3D series.
Default 3D Snapshot is exactly what its name implies. It’s derived from Standard, but features models for the newest blocks and items that are added in snapshots. Note that these snapshot models are also featured in any other pack, but in case packs cannot function with newer versions of Minecraft, this pack always will. This, sadly, is the least used source pack in the Default 3D series.
Default 3D Resource Pack Installation
- Download Default 3D Resource Pack
- If this is HD Resource Pack, you have used the MCPatcher HD (or this wont function well). Open MCPatcher and click Patch. Make sure that the HD Textures option is selected. This only needs to be done once.
- Open Minecraft and click Resource Packs on the main menu.
- Click Open Resource pack folder. This opens up the folder where the Resource packs are stored. If the folder does not open you will need to manually locate it:
- Windows: %AppData%\.minecraft\Resourcepacks
- Linux: ~/.minecraft/Resourcepacks
- Mac OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/Resourcepacks
- Place the Resource pack in the folder leaving the file as a .zip.
- The Resource pack will now show up in Minecraft. Simply click the pack and it will be applied to Minecraft!
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