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How to make Minecraft Models - Blockbench Tutorial #2

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  • Two Hermit fan-models for Figura
    I've recently been tinkering with Figura, which is a mod that allows you to customize your player model using Blockbench. After creating a custom model with ears and a tail for my own skin, I decided to create a model based on Docm77's goat horn skin. After a while, I got the horns and eye to correctly follow the head. Strangely, the robot arm worked fine on my first try. Source: about 1 year ago
  • pixel low-poly typewriter
    I use a program called Blockbench, it makes the process incredibly simple from start to finish making pixel/low poly. It was originally intended for Minecraft assets then further branched out into supporting low-poly. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do I create something for Minecraft online for Free without going on MineCraft to do it?
    Then I believe that is your best bet. Lets people make things without the game (mobs, items, etc.). Source: almost 2 years ago
  • VSCode and Chromium working on Debian
    And Chromium doesn't just mean Chromium. It also means that I can use Discord, Vivaldi, Blockbench and Atom (although Atom won't work unless you manually compile an ARM version from source; it has no official ARM build at the moment), which are all applications that I frequently use. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Why are stickies, dictionary, system preferences, preview, time machine and terminal running in the background?
    There are also Blockbench, GIMP (Apple Silicon port), Discord (Canary) and Vivaldi running in the background, but those are third party programs so it is less likely that anyone here will know anything about it. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Getting Started with Hytale stuff
    If you want to make Hytale models you should learn Blockbench instead of CraftStudio. I've used both programs, but Blockbench has some major advantages over CraftStudio. Source: over 2 years ago
  • How do I change block models?
    In Java, if you unpack a version .jar file with 7sip in .minecraft/version, you will find the assets/minecraft/models block & item folder. In there you'll find all block & item model .json files, which you can edit via an editor ( suggested). Hope this helps. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Lowpoly Minecraft Woodcutter Axe
    So I used a couple of different tools. For the modeling and texturing of the axe I used Blockbench Then I exported to obj and imported to blender. Source: about 3 years ago
  • I gave the Enchanting Table a redesign!
    You can do that with vanilla! My suggestion is download BlockBench and start with it. Also if you make the resource pack, please send here. Source: about 3 years ago
  • I've been super interested in Hytale again recently, so I decided to make Shovel Knight in the Hytale Art Style!! [OC]
    I believe that most people use Blockbench. The program that the official Hytale editor is made from, Craftstudio, is available for free, but development for it was dropped when it was integrated into Hytale. Source: about 3 years ago
  • need help with mob modeling, or just a reindeer texture file.
    You can do custom mob models via BlockBench ( but I've never managed to get anything very technical to work correctly. I have a reindeer model built as a donkey variant/replacement and with a little tweaking it'll look fine when it's standing, but none of the anchor points work right when it lowers its head or moves about much. Source: about 3 years ago
  • need some advice
    If you want to model/texture things use Source: about 3 years ago
  • An update idea from my brother and me: The Super Scary Update - Some pictures, not original though, if someone knows how to make custom mob renders than I would appreciate it if you could tell me how.
    Try for custom mobs. Source: over 3 years ago

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    · 8 months ago
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    My issue with Blockbench is the lack of good tutorials for people that know nothing about modeling or making addons. They usually start with "Today I will teach you how to use Blockbench," and then immediately jump into making entities. You don't teach a baby to run track and jump hurdles when they don't even know how to walk yet. The obvious -or at least obvious to me- place to start is with making a simple block. Cover simple things like what is a texture or what is a template. How to put a pre-made texture on a single face or on all faces. Stick to the most basic concepts first. Texturing a dog made of multiple blocks is much more complicated than putting a texture on one face of a single block. For a noob like me, complex items are confusing when all I'm looking to do is make new blocks to build with. I get that content creators love to show off what they can do, but tutorials are not the place for that. Blocks might seem boring but they are the basis for Minecraft. Take the time to teach people about blocks and then move on to more advanced items after they've gotten comfortable with the basics.

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