If you’re looking for a resource pack which makes changes to Minecraft but is also very easy on your eyes, you might want to take a look at LIIES resource pack. The bright colors and shading techniques give this pack an overall cartoony look, so if you’re a stickler for realism then you probably won’t like LIIES. It doesn’t exactly use cell shading to produce the visuals, but if you have tried cell-shaded packs in the past, you will definitely notice some similarities between them and this. Practically everything in the world is bright and colorful, and even sheep and other animals get a facelift.
It’s not just friendly mobs that get new textures either. Enemies of all kinds, from zombies to creepers, tend to look more threatening in LLIES resource pack. Instead of the usual, flat stare you get from the green guys, you’ll see vicious mouths full of sharp, pointed teeth, all ready to rip you to shreds. Of course, the zombies still just punch you like normal, or swing with a weapon if they happen to spawn carrying one, but they look a whole lot more menacing, and that’s pretty cool. Some of the visuals just don’t make sense though.
For instance, diamond swords are usually a kind of aquamarine color, something like seafoam green, right? Well LIIES resource pack turns them into blocky, red things that you probably won’t recognize. Because of some of the visual changes in this pack, you might want to stay away from LIIES unless you already have a lot of experience playing Minecraft. However, even if you haven’t played before, this is still a high-quality resource pack – you just might get confused about what you’re looking at in some circumstances. LIIES works with Minecraft versions from 1.7.x all the way to 1.12.2 as well.
LIIE’s Resource Pack Installation
- Download this texture pack (link below)
- Install Optifine HD or MCPatcher HD
- Run> %appdata%/.minecraft/resourcepacks
- Place the .zip file there (without unzipping)
- The texture pack should now appear in Minecraft.
- Play and enjoy!