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This data pack requires its companion resource pack to function correctly.

Painted Blocks allows you to use a new paintbrush item to paint blocks, and create new blocks that you can build and decorate with! To get a paintbrush, rename a stick to "Paintbrush" in an anvil. The tooltip of the paintbrush explains how to use it. You'll also get the Painted Blocks Catalogue, which lists what blocks can be painted with what colours to create what new blocks.

The blocks created by this data pack use mushroom block states, rather than armor stands holding items to mask regular blocks. This means there is no added lag by having these custom blocks in your world! Unlike regular mushroom blocks, these custom blocks have many methods in place that prevent these new blocks from changing block states when placed next to each other, so you can build with them however you like without worry!

New block types added by this mod;
  • Basalt (smooth, cobble, brick, and polished)
  • Ebony Wood (wood, log, stripped wood, stripped log, and planks)
  • Purpleheart Wood (wood, log, stripped wood, stripped log, and planks)
  • Verawood (wood, log, stripped wood, stripped log, and planks)
  • Sandstone Brick
  • Rocky Dirt
  • Wrought Iron (Normal, and Rusty)
  • Wattle & Daub (Frame, Pillar, Cross, and Diagonal)
  • Lemurian Labradorite (Smooth, Polished, Brick, and Chiseled)
  • Morklila (Brick, and Pillar)
  • More blocks to come!


This data pack was largely inspired by LapisDemon's Bonus Blocks concept.

More information about data packs and how to use them can be found on the official Minecraft Wiki.
Progress80% complete
Game VersionMinecraft 1.14

6 Update Logs

Version 5 : 05/18/2019 5:52:26 pmMay 18th

Changes
  • Added Morklila Brick
  • Added Morklila Pillar
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  • loranb0
  • Level 1
  • New Miner
  • May 20, 2019, 4:32 pm
does this not work for 1.14.1 ? i cant seem to get it to work on my server running 1.14.1
  • Tetrajak
  • Level 51
  • Grandmaster Modder
  • May 20, 2019, 6:28 pm
Works just fine on my personal 1.14.1 server. What are you expecting it to do that it isn't doing?
  • loranb0
  • Level 1
  • New Miner
  • May 20, 2019, 7:51 pm
its not doing anything when i put a stick in the anvil and rename it
  • Tetrajak
  • Level 51
  • Grandmaster Modder
  • May 20, 2019, 10:09 pm
Are you sure you've put the data pack zip file in the right place?
  • loranb0
  • Level 1
  • New Miner
  • May 21, 2019, 11:23 am
i put the zip file into my world/datapacks folder. does it have to be unzipped ?
  • Tetrajak
  • Level 51
  • Grandmaster Modder
  • May 21, 2019, 1:20 pm
You've got it in the right place, and you need to leave it zipped. Have you restarted your server since putting the data pack into that folder, or run the /reload command? If not, do either one of those and try making a paintbrush again the same way you did before.
  • loranb0
  • Level 1
  • New Miner
  • May 21, 2019, 6:10 pm
i have tried to make the paintbrush again and nothing worked, when i did the /reload command i got "An internals error occurred while attempting to perform this command:
  • Tetrajak
  • Level 51
  • Grandmaster Modder
  • May 21, 2019, 6:12 pm
What operating system is the server running on, and what type of server jar are you using (e.g. vanilla, spigot, bukkit, paper, etc.)?
how does it work ?
  • Tetrajak
  • Level 51
  • Grandmaster Modder
  • May 19, 2019, 11:50 am
Thank you for your interest in my data pack! The "new" blocks are retextured block states of mushroom blocks that don't appear naturally in large mushrooms. When placed into the world, these disguised mushroom blocks use a checkerboard pattern of two different types of mushroom blocks, to prevent their block states from changing (which is something mushroom blocks naturally do when you place two of them together). The blocks themselves are never given to the player, but instead a disguised firework rocket is used to detect block placement, as its use is very similar to the placing of blocks. The paintbrush is a disguised carrot on a stick, and this is used to detect right clicking of it, cast a ray to the block you're looking at, and then check to see if the block you're looking at, and the dye in your off-hand, are part of one of the painting recipes; if both are true, the block will be swapped out for the disguised mushroom block.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

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