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IModel implementation for custom ores rendering


DBLouis

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Hi !

 

I have implemented an IModel to render a custom ore block with different stone backgrounds and an overlay.

 

I have two questions :

 

- If the bake() method is called for all the instances of my custom ores (I have checked with a logger), does that mean there model are correctly registered or not necessarily ?

Because in game, all the different ores have no textures (purple and black cube)

 

- What should I return at the end of this method ? A Wrapper (default implementation of IFlexibleModel) ? Because I can't return a IBakedModel

 

In my opinion, the problem is inside the bake method , but even with the minimum, it doesn't works :

 

public IFlexibleBakedModel bake(IModelState state, VertexFormat format, Function<ResourceLocation, TextureAtlasSprite> bakedTextureGetter) {


	ModelResourceLocation stoneModelLocation = new ModelResourceLocation("minecraft:stone", null);
	IModel stoneModel = ModelLoaderRegistry.getModel(stoneModelLocation);
	IBakedModel stoneBakedModel = stoneModel.bake(stoneModel.getDefaultState(), format, bakedTextureGetter);


	return new Wrapper(stoneBakedModel, format);
}

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Also if someone could explain to me how what is a TextureAtlasSprite and how the Function<ResourceLocation, TextureAtlasSprite> textureGetter (one of the bake method argument) works.

textureGetter.apply(stoneModelLocation); should return my stone texture right ?

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I don't understand, with the following code, it says the texture is missing :

 

public IFlexibleBakedModel bake(IModelState state, VertexFormat format, Function<ResourceLocation, TextureAtlasSprite> bakedTextureGetter) {
    ModelResourceLocation stoneModelLocation = new ModelResourceLocation("minecraft:stone", null);
    IModel stoneModel = ModelLoaderRegistry.getModel(stoneModelLocation);
    IBakedModel stoneBakedModel = stoneModel.bake(stoneModel.getDefaultState(), format, bakedTextureGetter);
    Logger.info(stoneBakedModel.getTexture().getIconName());
}

 

I think I have to do something with the texture getter, but I don't even know how it works.

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