How To Change Grass Color In Minecraft Grass Color In Bedrock

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Tints are applied to several blocks, items and particles in order to display a much wider array of possibilities than would be possible with a raw unmodified texture without the need for potentially millions of distinct files.

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1 Types1.1 Blocks1.2 Items1.3 Other2 Biome tints2.1 Hard-coded colors3 Lists of tints3.1 Java Edition3.1.1 Blocks3.2 Both editions3.2.3 Items3.3 Bedrock Edition3.3.1 Blocks4 History

Grass blocks have several gray parts on the texture. These are colored later when rendering, depending on what biome the block exists in. Tall grass, vines, and ferns are rendered similarly.

Leaves

Oak, jungle, acacia, and dark oak leaves also change color under very similar conditions to grass, although the color used is usually different.

Water

Water (in a cauldron‌ or as a fluid itself) is also affected by a biome-specific tint. It varies less from biome to biome than foliage.‌

Potion cauldrons

These probably also use a tint.

Stems

Pumpkin stems and melon stems also use gray textures by default, which are then colored depending on their age.

Redstone

Redstone wire has various different power levels it can be in. The higher the power, the brighter red it is, with its off state being a dark maroon.

Constant tints

Birch and spruce leaves do not change color depending on biome, instead applying a constant color tint at all times. Why this is done instead of simply having a colored texture with no tint applied is unknown.

Lily pads also use constant coloring in a similar way.

Items

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Spawn eggs

Spawn eggs have two distinct colors to each of them.

Potions

Potions (and likewise, splash potions and lingering potions) also have colors applied to a white texture. This color can be defined to be anything through commands.

Other

Particles
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Alongside potion particles, several other particles are stored as gray textures with colors applied to them after the fact. Notable examples are the various dripping particles (water, lava, honey, crying obsidian, spore blossom‌), critical hit (which has a white texture but an unknown orange tint is later applied), and magic crit (same).

Commands can be used to set the colors of some but not all particles.

Experience orbs

Experience orb textures are mostly white, gray, and red; a gradient is applied afterward to make them green and yellow.

Sky and fog

Depending on the temperature of the biome, sky colors vary slightly, with colder biomes having more purple skies.

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Sky color from left to right: warm, temperate, cold, snowy.
World border

The world border in Java Edition has several tints. A blue tint is applied if the border is stationary. If expanding, the world border takes on a green hue. If the world border is shrinking, the world border turns red. In the Nether, the world border is always red no matter if it is expanding, stationary, or shrinking. The world border becomes more opaque the closer the player is to it, and more transparent if the player is further away.

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Biome tints

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Biome colors template for Java Edition 1.7.2 and above.

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foliage.png
swamp_foliage.png in bedrock resource. All surface filled with #6A7039.

The temperature and rainfall values of a biome are used when determining the colors of a small selection of blocks: grass, grass blocks, some leaves, vines, sugar cane, and other features such as water and the sky. Blocks such as mossy cobblestone, mossy stone bricks, and the stems of flowers are not affected by biome coloration.<1>

A biome”s rainfall value is typically a value from 0.0 to 1.0, and its temperature starts at a given value at sea level (e.g. 2.0 for Desert or −0.5 for Snowy Taiga) and decreases by 0.00166667 for each meter above sea level.

Biome grass and foliage colors are selected from two 256×256 colormap images: grass.png and foliage.png. Both colormaps, shown to the right, can be found in assetswtbblue.com exturescolormap‌ or texturescolormap‌. The grass.png colormap sets the colors for the grass block top and sides (along with other types of grass, such as tall grass, ferns, double tall grass, etc.). Meanwhile, the foliage.png colormap sets the colors for tree leaves (with the exception of spruce and birch).

Biome colormaps use a triangular gradient by default. However, only the colors in the lower-left half of the image are used, even though the upper-right side of foliage.png is colored. Furthermore, as shown in the template image to the left, a select few pixels are considered when the colormap is read by the game, and are determined by the code below.

The adjusted temperature and adjusted rainfall values (recognized as AdjTemp and AdjRainfall in the code, respectively) are used when determining the biome color to select from the colormap. Treating the bottom-right corner of the colormap as Temperature = 0.0 and Rainfall = 0.0, the adjusted temperature increases to 1.0 along the X-axis, and the adjusted rainfall increases to 1.0 along the Y-axis. The values used to retrieve the colors are computed as follows:

AdjTemp = clamp( Temperature, 0.0, 1.0 ) AdjRainfall = clamp( Rainfall, 0.0, 1.0 ) * AdjTemp”clamp” limits the range of the temperature and rainfall to 0.0–1.0. The clamped rainfall value is then multiplied by the 0.0–1.0 adjusted temperature value, bringing its value to be inside the lower left triangle. Some biomes” ranges are shown in the template above; the multiplication makes all the line segments point toward the lower right corner.

At borders between or among biomes, the colors of the block and its eight neighbors are computed and the average is used for the final block color.

The exact temperature and rainfall values for biomes can be found in various projects, e.g. this biome code.

Biome tints are also visible on maps.‌<2>

Hard-coded colors

Certain biome colors are hard-coded, which means they are locked into the wtbblue.com code and are not retrievable from any texture file. Thus, they cannot be modified without the use of mods.

Swamp color

Swamp temperature, which starts at 0.8, is not affected by altitude. Rather, a Perlin noise function is used to gradually vary the temperature of the swamp. When this temperature goes below −0.1, a lush green color is used ( #4C763C); otherwise it is set to a sickly brown ( #6A7039).

Dark forest color

The dark forest biomes” grass color is retrieved normally, using the color  #FEFEFE, then averaged with a dark green color ( #28340A) to produce the final color.

Badlands color

All badlands biomes” grass and foliage have hard-coded colors, which are two tan colors ( #90814D and  #9E814D respectively). These are not modifiable by grass.png and foliage.png, and are unaffected by temperature.

Other colors

Several other biome colors are set into the game and currently require external tools in order to be changed. This includes blocks such as birch and spruce leaves and water (which have a hard-coded overlay set onto them), and other features such as the sky and fog.

Lists of tints

Java Edition

BlocksGrass

BiomeColorRendersGrass BlockGrassTall GrassFernLarge FernPotted FernSugar Cane
BadlandsBadlands PlateauEroded BadlandsModified Badlands PlateauModified Wooded Badlands PlateauWooded Badlands Plateau  #90814D
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DesertDesert HillsDesert LakesSavannaSavanna PlateauShattered SavannaShattered Savanna PlateauNether WastesSoul Sand ValleyCrimson ForestWarped ForestBasalt Deltas  #BFB755
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JungleJungle HillsModified JungleBamboo JungleBamboo Jungle Hills  #59C93C
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Jungle EdgeModified Jungle Edge  #64C73F
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ForestFlower ForestWooded Hills  #79C05A
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Birch ForestBirch Forest HillsTall Birch ForestTall Birch Hills  #88BB67
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Dark ForestDark Forest Hills  #507A32
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SwampSwamp Hills  #6A7039
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SwampSwamp Hills when temp  #4C763C
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PlainsSunflower PlainsBeach  #91BD59
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OceanDeep OceanWarm OceanDeep Warm OceanLukewarm OceanDeep Lukewarm OceanCold OceanDeep Cold OceanDeep Frozen OceanRiverThe EndSmall End Islands End Barrens End Midlands End HighlandsThe Void  #8EB971
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Mushroom FieldsMushroom Field Shore  #55C93F
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MountainsMountain EdgeGravelly Mountains Gravelly Mountains+Wooded MountainsStone Shore  #8AB689
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Snowy Beach  #83B593
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Giant Tree TaigaGiant Tree Taiga Hills  #86B87F
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TaigaTaiga HillsTaiga MountainsGiant Spruce TaigaGiant Spruce Taiga Hills  #86B783
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Snowy TundraSnowy MountainsIce SpikesSnowy TaigaSnowy Taiga HillsSnowy Taiga MountainsFrozen Ocean Frozen River  #80B497
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Foliage

BiomeColorRendersOak/Dark Oak LeavesJungle LeavesAcacia LeavesVines
BadlandsBadlands PlateauEroded BadlandsModified Badlands PlateauModified Wooded Badlands PlateauWooded Badlands Plateau  #9E814D
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DesertDesert HillsDesert LakesSavannaSavanna PlateauShattered SavannaShattered Savanna PlateauNether WastesSoul Sand ValleyCrimson ForestWarped ForestBasalt Deltas  #AEA42A
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JungleJungle HillsModified JungleBamboo JungleBamboo Jungle Hills  #30BB0B
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Jungle EdgeModified Jungle Edge  #3EB80F
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ForestFlower ForestWooded HillsDark ForestDark Forest Hills  #59AE30
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Birch ForestBirch Forest HillsTall Birch ForestTall Birch Hills  #6BA941
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SwampSwamp Hills  #6A7039
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PlainsSunflower PlainsBeach  #77AB2F
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OceanDeep OceanWarm OceanDeep Warm OceanLukewarm OceanDeep Lukewarm OceanCold OceanDeep Cold OceanDeep Frozen OceanRiverThe EndSmall End Islands End Barrens End Midlands End HighlandsThe Void  #71A74D
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Mushroom FieldsMushroom Field Shore  #2BBB0F
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MountainsMountain EdgeGravelly Mountains Gravelly Mountains+Wooded MountainsStone Shore  #6DA36B
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Snowy Beach  #64A278
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Giant Tree TaigaGiant Tree Taiga Hills  #68A55F
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TaigaTaiga HillsTaiga MountainsGiant Spruce TaigaGiant Spruce Taiga Hills  #68A464
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Snowy TundraSnowy MountainsIce SpikesSnowy TaigaSnowy Taiga HillsSnowy Taiga MountainsFrozen Ocean Frozen River  #60A17B
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Water

These tints apply only to water, and not to its particles; despite the major differences in color in modern versions, this is not a bug.<3>

BiomeColorRendersWaterCauldron
Most biomes  #3F76E4
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Cold OceanDeep Cold Ocean  #3D57D6
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Frozen OceanDeep Frozen OceanFrozen River  #3938C9
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Lukewarm OceanDeep Lukewarm Ocean  #45ADF2
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SwampSwamp Hills  #617B64
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Warm OceanDeep Warm Ocean  #43D5EE
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Stems
Inventory tints

The inventory color of the grass is calculated with temperature:0.5 and rainfall:1.0. The result is AdjTemp:0.5, AdjRainfall:0.5, We can get the color( #7CBD6B) for the middle of center(x:127, y:127) of the grass.png.

These are exclusive to Java Edition; Bedrock Edition instead has pre-tinted textures used for items, distinct from the textures actually used for blocks in placed form (see Bedrock Edition history of textures/Items).

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Both editions

Redstone

PowerColorRenders+
0  #4B0000
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1  #6F0000
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2  #790000
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3  #820000
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4  #8C0000
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5  #970000
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6  #A10000
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7  #AB0000
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8  #B50000
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9  #BF0000
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10  #CA0000
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11  #D30000
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12  #DD0000
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13  #E70600
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14  #F11B00
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15  #FC3100
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Constant tints

These do not change depending on biome or any other factor.

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