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Any json creators for 1.9.4?


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Models created for 1.8 will still work in 1.9+ (the format itself hasn't changed that much), you'll probably just need to fix the display transformations (i.e. the

"display"

block).

 

MrCrayfish's Model Creator does a decent job, although it's a bit limited (it will only let you specify a single decimal point of precision for most dimensions/coordinates). You can also use a mainstream 3D modelling program (e.g. 3ds Max or Blender) and export the model in OBJ/B3D format, these can be used anywhere you'd use a JSON model.

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I don't know of any programs that do that, but Forge's blockstates format eliminates the need for a dedicated block/item model file. Just specify the base model (e.g.

minecraft:cube_all

) and textures in the

"defaults"

block and provide a

"normal"

and

"inventory"

variant (assuming your block doesn't have any properties).

 

Minecraft will already use the

"normal"

variant to render the block in the world and Forge allows item models to be loaded from variants of blockstates files (e.g. the

"inventory"

variant).

 

You can see a basic example of this here. You can see a more complex example here, the model and texture are controlled by separate properties and each metadata value of the item uses the corresponding variant of the blockstates file (registered here).

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