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Is it possible to override vanilla entity models and replacing them using geckolib models?


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I want to know if is possible to replace models of vanilla entities with custom models made with geckolib renderers, i was trying to add a renderer with the methos register of EntityRenderers but nothing, because the rendereres of gecko use the interface "IAnimatable".

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For questions about geckolib you need to contact the mod authors.

But replacing vanilla models will most likely lead to incompatibility with other mods.

You should use RenderLayers instead to add your stuff to the entity. See EntityRenderersEvent.AddLayers

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6 hours ago, warjort said:

For questions about geckolib you need to contact the mod authors.

But replacing vanilla models will most likely lead to incompatibility with other mods.

You should use RenderLayers instead to add your stuff to the entity. See EntityRenderersEvent.AddLayers

thx for the answer, about the renderlayers is something i already know but i'm trying to look an easier way to do it but i see is don't possible, anyways, thanks again, I will mark this solved once i talk to the mod authors to share their answer here.

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