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Can you use vector images as MC textures


eman_not_ava

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As the title suggests: I was wondering if it's possible to use vector images as block/item textures.

 

This is probably a bit over the top, but I've become more fluid in vector editing than pixel editing these past few years and I would love to use my textures at full quality(without rasterizing it)

 

another option would be to asign a vector as a texture and rasterize it during one of the initialization phases

 

This is my first post on the minecraft forge forums, so let me know if this in the wrong section.

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