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[1.10] Blockstates and Item Models


Draco18s

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I've kind of been ignoring this one for a while because there's nothing technically wrong, just that the display is not as would be desired.

 

I have a block with multiple states that uses a blockstate file to define which texture should display.

The block model is blocks/cross (flowers, tall grass, etc)

 

However this means that the item model is likewise displayed as a cross block:

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Is there a way to specify a separate item model, but still use the blockstate file for the specific texture?

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You'd need to have a property to determine the model that's

true

for items and

false

for blocks. Completely ignore it in your

Block

so it defaults to

false

, but set it to

true

for the variant of your

Item

's

ModelResourceLocation

.

 

You then need to create a model that extends

item/generated

(or the appropriate item model) and put it somewhere in

assets/<modid>/models/block

so it's accessible from your blockstates file. When the property is

true

, use this model; else use

block/cross

.

 

You'll also need to set the

layer0

texture to

#cross

in your

defaults

section (i.e. use the

cross

texture as

layer0

).

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That....half worked.

 

The item model is 100% spot on, but the block model is broken.

Edit: nope, it was me derping with my custom state mapper.  The

getModelResourceLocation()

method was not 100% flexible. It only returned the resource location for a single property, rather than for all properties (except the one it was meant to "ignore").

 

I still have this though, but it shows up perfectly anyway:

 

[19:06:56] [Client thread/WARN]: Unable to resolve texture due to upward reference: #cross in oreflowers:models/block/item/flower

 

Blockstate:

{
    "forge_marker": 1,
    "defaults": {
        "textures": {
        },
        "model": "oreflowers:flower",
        "uvlock": true
    },
    "variants": {
        "normal": [{

        }],
        "inventory": [{

        }],
         "flower_type": {
            "poorjoe":      { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/poorjoe"} },
            "horsetail":    { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/horsetail"} },
            "vallozia":     { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/vallozia"} },
            "flame_lily":   { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/flame_lily"} },
            "tansy":        { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/tansy"} },
            "hauman":       { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/hauman"} },
            "leadplant":    { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/leadplant"} },
            "red_amaranth": { "textures": { "cross": "oreflowers:items/red_amaranth"} }
        },
        "item":{
            "true":{
                "model": "oreflowers:item/flower"
            },
            "false":{}
        }
    }
}

 

Item model:

{
    "parent": "item/generated",
    "textures": {
        "layer0": "#cross",
        "cross": "oreflowers:items/poorjoe"
    }
}

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[19:06:56] [Client thread/WARN]: Unable to resolve texture due to upward reference: #cross in oreflowers:models/block/item/flower

Don't set

layer0

to

#cross

in the model, do it in the blockstates file. Textures in models can't reference a texture defined in the same model.

 

[19:06:57] [Client thread/ERROR] [FML]: Exception loading model for variant oreflowers:oreflowers1#flower_type=leadplant for blockstates ["oreflowers:oreflowers1[flower_stalk=false,flower_type=leadplant,item=true]", "oreflowers:oreflowers1[flower_stalk=false,flower_type=leadplant,item=false]"]

Your blockstates file doesn't include the

flower_stalk

property. Edit: I see you've fixed this.

 

I've created a sapling that uses the vanilla variants and defines the item models using Forge's blockstates format. You can see it for 1.10.2 here or 1.11 here (there's no difference in the sapling code, but each of these links is for a separate branch of the repository with code for that version).

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Your blockstates file doesn't include the

flower_stalk

property. Edit: I see you've fixed this.

 

What was actually happening (as the stalk property actually changes files) was that it was trying to find [flower_type] within [flower_type,item] due to my bungling of getModelResourceLocation()

 

I've created a sapling that uses the vanilla variants and defines the item models using Forge's blockstates format. You can see it for 1.10.2 here or 1.11 here (there's no difference in the sapling code, but each of these links is for a separate branch of the repository with code for that version).

 

Thanks for the examples.

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