Minecraft can often become to simple, basic or even boring. Not because of its unique gameplay, but because of its simplistic texturepack. I do not speak for everyone when I say this, however sometimes all that is needed to spice things up is a nice looking texturepack. Texturepacks such as the; Jolicraft texturepack for minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2, is one of a kind. Texturepacks that have been made such as how the Jolicraft texturepack was are often named pieces of art. This is simply because such a texturepack has been created by its artist to the best of his/hers ability. An intense amount of time, work, and effort must be implemented into the texturepack if expecting a great result. However it also comes down to the artist and his ability to edit replace the textures with their own amazing, new textures. Not to mention how the textures have been created and to what resolution.
The Jolicraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2, is an amazing texturepack. By replacing the simplistic, original textures that minecraft comes with at the beginning. This is also called the default texturepack. The Jolicraft texturepack uses a single theme that the artwork has been based on. Said theme has been motivated around an almost cartoony, roleplay theme. Both of these aspects work extremely well together and this is only possible if the artist has put an extraordinary amount of effort into not only the raw artwork the texturepack holds, but also its theme and motivational idea.
Jolicraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2 Features
This texture is available in a 16x resolution. This may be a very low resolution texturepack, however the texturepack has been created so brilliantly that not only does the texturepack look extremely realistic and detailed for its low resolution; but also allows players of all kinds of computers. Those of which range from laggy, or slow computers and faster running computers. This also allows an even wider variety of users to access the texturepack with no problem; Making it perfect for everyone.
Not only is this texturepack extremely easy to install, and use; but also is very beautiful to look at and admire. It simply makes everything look much nicer when you’re in game and inside your own world. Exploring is also made much more admirable and you will always be surprised at the new, and amazing textures that the Jolicraft texturepack implements into your game.
The Jolicraft texturepack changes every single texture that the original pack comes with. Even the unnecessary textures such as the sponge. However the artist of this texturepack understands the minds of its users, or at least simply guessed that some users will just not enjoy a few of the textures. This is why the creator of this texturepack has granted its users to easily access a customizer. This can be used to change or mix up the textures that will be implemented in your game before you download it. You will also be given the opportunity to use some of the default textures for the 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2 textures. The texturepack customizer can be found at >>this<< link.
Jolicraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2 Usage
When using the Jolicraft texturepack for minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2, it is recommended that you install or download a foreign program that can be used to patch your minecraft texturepacks. A mod such as optifine, which will patch your textures automatically and also increase your FPS. Or programs such as mcpatcher which can be used to patch texturepacks manually and also allow mods to be easily installed without any hassle. However for such a low texturepack resolution it may not be necessary that you patch the texturepack; however it is still recommended in case some textures turn out buggy or incorrect. Patching is simple and easy to do. Links to the mods/programs will be in the installation instructions below.
How to Download and Install Jolicraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10 and 1.7.2
- Optional: (download and install the Optifine mod, or download the MCPatcher program and manually patch your textures.)
- Download the Jolicraft texturepack zip file.
- Browse to %appdata%/roaming/.minecraft and open your “texturepacks” folder, or simply select your “texturepacks” menu selection and then open the (texturepacks) folder from inside there.
- Drag the entire downloaded texturepack zip file into your “texturepacks” folder. (do not unzip)
- Optional: (patch your texturepack)
- Select the Jolicraft texturepack within the texturepacks menu selection.