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Multiple Textures on one block face


ModderWizardDude

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I'm not 100% sure but I don't think grass (I think you mean fancy grass) renders two textures to one face it just has 3 Icons for the sides (dirt, bit of grass, full grass) and depending on surrounding blocks it will display one of the 3 icons

 

This is exactly what happens.

 

Surprisingly, 1.4.7 uses the biome grass color on the sides (using the color multipliers) where as in 1.5 does not.

 

I discovered this when I created a mod block that used that color multiplier feature on all six sides, and when ported to 1.5, only the top face was multiplied.

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Yes, look into learning openGL and then do the rendeirng yourself :)

You can draw overlays of a texture on top pf another or whatever you want ;)

I believe there has been a few other posts about rendering overlays here, if you search around I'm sure they will show up

If you guys dont get it.. then well ya.. try harder...

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