Changing in-game Minecraft PaintingsHi there. I”m Bane/Noximilien. Today I”m going to show you how to change your in-game minecraft portraits, like so.
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Don”t lean in too close to the screen. Even a picture of this deceased man can still punch you.It”s pretty easy; all you”re basically doing is making part of a texture pack yourself. Speaking of, the first thing you”re going to want to do is get a texture pack, as that”s what we”ll be modifying. You”ll download it from whatever site (I usually make one. google Painterly Pack.) go to the mods and texturepacks button in the main game menu, look for a button that talks about opening the folder, and in most circumstances you”ll just toss the whole deal you downloaded into that folder. I”m skimming this because it”s easy and I”m lazy. Youtube it if you”re really stuck.Anyway once you”ve got that down, go find a picture, or pictures. Three of the avilable paintings are 4×4 in-game meters, two are 3×4, and then the rest are fairly small. Personally, I consider those smaller ones to be too small to really retain enough detail, so as far as I”m concerned you get 5 decent paintings per texture pack. Once you”ve done that you”re going to use an image editing program. I”ll write up some basic steps for MS paint later, since it”s dirt common. A more advanced program like GIMP has far better scaling capabilities though. The 4×4 meter paintings are 64×64 pixels and the 3×4″s are 64×48, so you”ll want to get your pictures down to that size. Personally I make a border of the appropriate size and just work on it until what I want fits in the box.If you somehow don”t have winRAR, go download it. Rars and other non-zip archives are common anyway so you”ll get a lot of use out of it in general. Go to your texture pack folder again and right click on the pack. Go to “Open With” and select “WinRAR Archiver.” If it”s not there you”ll have to select Choose Program and pick the winrar exe file. When it opens you should see this.
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You”ll probably get something about winrar expiring eventually. Just X it out. Double click the folder that says “art” and you”ll see an image file named kz. That image file contains all the paintings used by the game. Bring up some folder or go to your desktop and drag kz out to it. This will extract the image file. Open up your image program of choice. If you”re using Paint, open up a new file, select Edit, and go down to Paste From, then pick the kz you just extracted. You do it this way for reasons I”m too lazy to explain. Now, take your scaled custom photo, select it (the broken-lined box tool in Paint), right click, and select Copy. If you”re using something else you probably know how to do that. Bring up the one you opened kz in, right click, Paste. Your picture should now be there; drag it into place. You want to cover one of the paintings of the same size; make sure you place the new one over it exactly, or edges might get cut off.
Alrighty. Now go up to “File” and pick “Save As”. Name it kz and pick PNG from the drop down menu; in Paint it”s usually on something else by default, but the program is going to be looking for a .png image file. You might want to save it in a different place than the original kz, since otherwise it”ll try to replace it or change the name of the new one. Right click your new custom kz.png, and Copy. Open the texture pack again (unless you left it open) and go to the art folder. Click anywhere in the empty space, and hit Ctrl + V, which is the hotkey command for Paste. A box should come up. Make sure Update Mode is set to “Add and replace files” and hit okay. Now it will replace the old one. Go up to File and pick “Exit”. Now, assuming you already put the pack into the folder, all you have to do it select the pack in-game. Go place and replace a painting until the ones you made come up and voila, you are now stylin”.But not nearly as much as this man.
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I don”t own and didn”t make Minecraft. The textures shown in the screenshots are all from the Painterly pack and its creator, save, of course, for the picture of Bruce Lee.