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There should be an error in the log telling you why the model/texture wasn't loaded. If you don't know what to make of it, upload the FML log (logs/fml-client-latest.log) to Gist and link it here.

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[22:40:29] [Client thread/ERROR] [FML/]: Exception loading model for variant voidmod:void_nugget#inventory for item "voidmod:void_nugget", normal location exception:

...

Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException: voidmod:models/item/void_nugget.json

 

The model file doesn't exist at the location you've specified.

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There are two additional errors being suppressed because it already logged the maximum number of errors for your domain. The default is 5, you can increase this by setting the

forge.verboseMissingModelLoggingCount

system property.

 

The log does say this about

void_ingot

:

[22:40:28] [Client thread/DEBUG] [FML/]: Item json isn't found for 'voidmod:void_ingot#inventory', trying to load the variant from the blockstate json

 

So the error is still that it can't find the item model you've specified.

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java.lang.IllegalStateException: Attempted to set registry name with existing registry name! New: voidmod:void_ingot Old: minecraft:void_ingot

    at net.minecraftforge.fml.common.registry.IForgeRegistryEntry$Impl.setRegistryName(IForgeRegistryEntry.java:54)

    at net.minecraftforge.fml.common.registry.IForgeRegistryEntry$Impl.setRegistryName(IForgeRegistryEntry.java:72)

    at com.void6425.Voidmod.Item.VoidModItems.init(VoidModItems.java:26)

    at com.void6425.Voidmod.proxy.ClientProxy.preInit(ClientProxy.java:14)

    at com.void6425.Voidmod.Main.preInit(Main.java:30)

 

The exception is pretty clear about what you did wrong: You tried to set the registry name of an

Item

twice.

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The exception's stacktrace shows where the second call to

setRegistryName

is coming from. In your original code,

registerItem

also calls

setRegistryName

.

 

Edit: This wasn't entirely accurate, see Draco's post below.

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Lets follow this through, shall we?

 

void_ingot = registerItem(new Item(), "void_ingot").setRegistryName(Resources.MODID, "void_ingot").setCreativeTab(CreativeTabs.tabMaterials);

 

So first we call

registerItem(Item, string)

which redirects us to

registerItem(Item, string, CreativeTabs)

.

 

What's that do?

 

GameRegistry.register(item, new ResourceLocation(Resources.MODID, name));

 

Ah, well.  There's your problem.  This method takes the item, gives it a registry name (if it doesn't have one), and registers it.  Then you come along and call

setRegistryName

on the return object.

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Step 1: Set registry name

Step 2: Register item

 

That's pretty simple.  Even looking at the first line of your Items class I see this:

Step 1: Register item

Step 2: Set registry name

 

Which is ass-backwards and should have been obvious.

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