[1.9.4/1.8.9] [64x] Katariawolf Texture Pack Download


The Katariawolf resource pack is a feature-filled pack that offers players a wide variety of exciting features that take the in-game visuals to the next level. It’s a pack with a resolution of 64×64 and due to its versatile art style, it can be used in both modern as well as medieval building situations. However, it’s important to note that the pack isn’t fully complete as of right now so it lacks quite a few textures in various different areas, but the textures that it does consist of are very high quality, so the game looks incredible with it nonetheless.







If you want to make the textures from the Katariawolf texture pack, look their absolute best then it’s recommended that you look the Sildur’s Shader mod alongside it because that mod significantly enhances the textures and synergizes very well with the overall style that this pack goes for. Overall, Katariawolf has a lot of impressive features to offer such multitudes of connected textures that give the game a more natural look, special animations for certain blocks that make the game look livelier and also some really bright colors that make the game look a lot more visually appealing.





One rather peculiar thing about the Katariawolf resource pack is the fact that all the textures have been made in Photoshop. This is peculiar mainly because there are lots of texture making utilities available out there that streamline the process in various different ways but in this case, the Photoshop designed textures look very unique and offer a lot of finesse to the pack as well which is something that you don’t often find elsewhere.

How to install Katariawolf Resource Pack?

  1. Download Katariawolf Resource Pack.
  2. Start Minecraft then click “Options” in the start menu.
  3. Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
  4. In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
  5. Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.


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