[1.10.2/1.9.4] [16x] Default 3D Texture Pack Download

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‘Default 3D’ is an add-on resource pack for the default look of Minecraft, that contains both 3D block models and 3D item models, which closely match the default ones.
Occasionally, due to the use of blockstates, some blocks will have something extra/diffirent to them.
For example, lily pads will occasionally have a white, pink or red lily on them.
There are also be random twigs, pebbles and berries on the ground, as well as shells on the ocean floor.
In case an item is also a placable block, these two will mostly share the same model, else the item has a unique model.

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How to install Default 3D

  • * Make sure you’re using 14w30a or a future version of Minecraft.
  • * Open your resource pack folder.
  • * Download the resource pack.
  • * Open the downloaded .zip file.
  • * Drag the folder inside the .zip into your resource pack folder.
  • * Put the resource pack into your ‘Selected Resource Packs”.

How to enabled disabled models

  • * Open your resource pack folder.
  • * Open ‘Default 3D’.
  • * Open ‘assets’.
  • * Open ‘minecraft’.
  • * Open ‘models’.
  • * Open ‘block’.
  • * Search for a .json file with the prefix ‘DISABLED’ you’d like to enable. (E.g: ‘DISABLEDgravel-shell5′)
  • * Rename the .json file you’d like to enable by removing the prefix.
 

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