Subaraki’s Paintings ++ Mod for Minecraft 1.6.2 and 1.5.2

Last updated 2013-08-13 00:17:12

This mod is different in that it doesn’t add much in the way of content.  It doesn’t make many changes, either.  It just allows you to be more creative with your paintings by adding more slots to your paintings file.  It doesn’t remove the defaults, just changes the way minecraft reads the paintings file so you have more paintings to mess with.  If a painting slot is empty, it will be ignored.  It also plays very nicely with the Painting Selection GUI mod, which will make sorting through your paintings easier (you’ll almost need it with this mod.  Trust me.)

Here are the formats the paintings can be in:

“Sphax” version:

Subaraki's Paintings ++ Mod

“Gibea” version

Subaraki's Paintings ++ Mod

“Insane” version (fitting name.)

Subaraki's Paintings ++ Mod

Tinypics

Subaraki's Paintings ++ Mod

As you can see with the last two, there are a lot of paintings you can have.  They have pre-filled painting templates on the forums.  Some of them are really good, I really suggest taking a look at them.

Subaraki’s Paintings ++ Mod for Minecraft 1.6.2 Main Features

  • Ability to add more paintings

How to use the Subaraki’s Paintings ++ Mod for Minecraft 1.6.2

  • Install the mod
  • Set another template as your painting.png (or whatever the name is.  I haven’t changed it yet)
  • There may be a config file (like I said, I haven’t changed it yet) set it to that template if you have to
  • Add paintings to it
  • Put paintings down and enjoy the view

Subaraki’s Paintings ++ Mod for Minecraft 1.6.2 Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • More space for paintings

Cons:

  • There are a ton of paintings to sift through.  Fixed by installing Painting Selection GUI

Subaraki’s Paintings ++ Mod version 3 for Minecraft 1.6.2 Changelog

  • Fixed Painting Selection GUI compatibility
  • Tweaked rendering to reduce lag

How to Install Subaraki’s Paintings ++ Mod for Minecraft 1.6.2

  1. Install Minecraft Forge
  2. Downlod the Paintings++ mod below
  3. Go to ~\.minecraft\mods
  4. Drag the mod into the mods folder
  5. Run Minecraft and place paintings.
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