T.N.T.A more vibrant, rich red TNT shows you mean business. Handle with care.
If playing with traditional forms of explosives isn't enough, there is also a variant 'large stick' TNT option, a Crash Bandicoot style TNT crate, and a 'crate of creeper bombs' TNT crate option, to be used with the creeper bomb gunpowder graphic, shown later on this page. For your creeper-emulating pleasure, two versions of this alternate box are available - one with a skull on the side, and one without, in both dark, and light wood colours. If using the 'mass of eyes' creepers, two boxes of their heads are available as well - one in each wood colour. If you want to blow things up ghast-style, you can do that too! Like creeper bombs, ghast-bombs are available in light and dark wood, with 'calm' and 'angry' ghast face options. A big 'ol giant powderbomb is included for good measure for those who want to do things classic nintendo-style, with and without a big warning skull on the surface.
Be careful this holiday season when opening packages, because included as an alternate option is a rather suspicious, ticking present. I wonder what could be inside?
RedwireRedstone logic wires now more accurately reflect their purpose with their apperance - as they have now become actual energy pipelines for all your diabolical machines and light-rave 5-clocks. As an added bonus, they also work great as decorative trim, or to mark your path when you're lost in the mines.
Redwire logic wires can also be set to a more traditional 'pile of redstone' type setup like in the original game graphics, or as a stone-rimmed ornate version inspired by the Demichina pack. These options are available in a traditional style with fading components, or solid colour.
If you don't like the redstone torches, more elaborate, machine-control vectors are also available, in a design inspired by the Super Metroid spring ball power-up, 'traditional style' redstone torches, accordian torches inspired by the Demichina pack, and Chinese-style lanterns, provided by Strangelet Wave.
A few other options to consider - redstone dust, candy, and laid wire, in red, static red, and rainbow colour variants.
Just in time for Halloween, there are also more...sinister (and festive!) alternates. Jackolantern redtorches let you light them up at night and turn them off during the day, and a more extreme modification changes the very nature of the redstone itself - from bloody mineral, to haunted bones buried deep below the earth. Dead Bone-Redstone also features matching bone torches, as well as a vampire-approved haunted bone goblet that fills with blood when the circuit is complete.
Just in time for christmas, enchanted holiday garland can be found too, in green and silver tones, and with ir without redstone ornaments. Crafted from special lichens found deep near the bedrock, it is said to have supernatural properties. Of course, no garland would be complete without ornaments to compliment it, and so as redstone torch alternatives, angel and star tree-toppers are provided, as well as red, white, and green christmas lights.
Gems & StonesIcons for Diamonds, Coal, Flint, Flint & Steel, and Redstone powder. Since redstone is now fashioned into power lines with Painterly, an alternate version of redstone - redstone gems, are available, and suitable as the capacitors and splitters in your redstone circuits.
Also included are a few new diamond options including raw diamond ore and rupees, diamond chunks, a chaos emerald, a power crystal, some bismuth, stones for the altnerate high-visibility restone, and bone and garland redstone graphics, as well as various redstone jewels and a redstone geode, lumpy, detailed, and high-visibility coal graphics, and two alternate flint graphics that match the gravel terrain texture, resulting in less confusion over what in your inventory is flint, and what is coal. If you don't want to go with the traditional firestarter, a more...modern version is available, too.
Beyond those, there's also wire, jellybean and candy redstone options, and a smooth flint option, thanks to the Painterly Telethon.
Mystic GemsA fun addition from the Mystic Ores mod pack, Mystic Gems allow transmutation of certain materials into other material types when a ring of them surrounds a gem, and the transmutations are dependant on the type of gem used. Gems come in Amethyst, Sapphire, Emerald and Topaz, and painterly gives you several styles of each - raw gems, cut gems, gem shards, and gem orbs in a few styles, for lots of different visual options.
For those who want a fun minor variant for Topaz, Amber spheres are available too, with little ancient bugs trapped inside.
Mystic PowderAnother part of the Mystic Ores mod, combining all 4 mystic gems together creates mystic powder - a useful little item which doubles certain types of resources when combined with them on a crafting table. Available in several styles - powder, a composite gem, a bowl of gems, gems on paper, gem shards, gem orbs, nested orbs, and a jewelled bauble.
Mystic IngotsThe heart and soul of the Mystic Ores mod, the eponymous mystic ores can be refined into various metallic ingots for use in crafting into all sorts of new tools with various places in strength and quality as opposed to classic materials.
Verdite comes in green metal bars, raw ore chunks, floral-gilded ingots, mystic flora, and, for those wanting a less fantastic low-end ore alternative, stately bronze bars and chunks. Mithril comes in bars and mithril crescents, the latter of which can be found plain or embedded in obsidian, and adamantite is available in normal and 'living ore' bars, as well as an out of control cancerous planar growth.
Iridium must be refined into bar form, but similarly, has many options. Bars, bismuth-type formations, and 'awakened' versions of nuggets or meteors. Just remember to properly shield yourself when handling it, okay?
Mystic MineralsThe last of the four resource sets from the Mystic Ores mod, this collection of items represent the various mineral odds-and-ends of the mystic mining spectrum, useable for a variety of purposes.
Iridium nuggets come in giant, large and small pieces, shards, latticework, fallen meteor, and cracked meteor variants, and can be used to fuel furnaces, or refined into the nigh-unstoppable iridium alloy. Glass and obsidian can be broken down into shards, the former of which can be used to rebuild glass, and the latter of which can be refined into rods for high-end crafting, or used to reinforce glass. Obsidian options come in black or purple, and glass comes in one big shard, or several smaller shards.
Bloodstone is used to fashion bloodstone tools, and by default comes as a shard, but should you wish, you can also change it to be a crystal, a heart crystal, bleeding orbs, bee hell blood cells (hey that rhymes), or a few different types of cubes, suitable for making the gag bloodstone tool sets.
GlowstoneIn addition to the normal glowstone dust, a variety of options are included to match various glowstone block types found in the Painterly customizer.
Enjoy glowstone shale, glowstone crystals, and glowstone tiles in normal, ornate, glassy and stardust forms, and a few 'ethereal' tiles, to boot. For those in Bee Hell, glowstone honey drop, honey cell, and honeycomb graphics are also available.
Beekeeping MaterialsUsed with Nandonalt's fantastic beekeeping mod, this variety pack of items gives you several options for all the various tools and products of the wild and crazy beekeeping world.
In addition to static graphics for chandeliers, beekeeping hats, waxcomb, and grubcomb, you have a wet and dry option for honeycomb, four varieties of queen bee (with crown and/or aura), pressed wax cells or blobs in 3 colours, honey drops and jars in drop, splat, cell, bowl, vial or container options, 7 types of candle to choose from, honey-glazed pork in all 3 meat varieties (including partially coated versions of each), and platter options for honey glazed pork, as well.
If course, in order to use these items, you will need the Beekeeping mod.
WheatIncluded in Painterly is a wheat that slowly changes colour from green to golden as it matures, a new sliced loaf of bread (the greatest thing since non-sliced bread) with a tasty pat of butter, and actual wheat-coloured wheat. It comes in both traditional game style, and 'simple' thick wheat styles, and windswept barley wheat, for your bread-winning pleasure. There's also a nice little seed icon to replace the old jumbled mess you were rewarded with when tilling soil. Barley wheat also comes with a new wheat sheaf texture to match the plant itself. Seeds can also come in 'Mononoke' spirit guys, a variety of generic seeds, or wheat seeds and grains, as you prefer.
Just in time for the harvest, an alternative to wheat is also available - pumpkins! These bad boys are available in both regular, and jack-o-lantern format, and the pumpkins can be fashioned into delicious pumpkin pie with a dollop of whipped cream. Now that's good eating! Also included are some alternate seed icons from the Quandry pack, generously provided by its creator, Extranoise.
Another great harvest option - corn! Corn comes in full cob-tacular splendour, with a variety of corn kernels for seeds, a corn cob harvested wheat option, and plate of cooked corn, popcorn, and large popcorn bread options. Perfect for the cold autumn months.
For those wanting something a little more...shall we say, refined, for their crops, grapes are an option, too! These tasty little buggers come in red and green varieties, and can be refined into delicious ampoules of red and white wine. Finally, a refreshing beverage to compliment your all-bacon diet. Just don't get tanked.
Finally, for those who want to go full weirdness, and embrace their inner carnivore, delicious meat crops are an option. Fire up the grill and go full meat-eater, complete with meaty meat seeds, meat 'fruit' grains, and brontosaurus rib bread or hamburger options.
FlaxA brilliant mod invention by Hogofwar, Flax allows you to harvest string without the need for spiders, if you're careful. Whack fully grown flax plants to get seeds and fibres to make more flax and rope - but be careful - whacking an immature flax plant destroys it forever!
Flax plants come in green and olive versions, as well as ropegrass, cotton plant, and fantasy weed versions. Flax seeds can be set to either flax or cotton seeds in appearance, and flax fibres can be made green, beige or white.
Of course, in order to use these items, you will need Hogofwar's PeacefulPack, or the Amazopack.
NetherwortA mysterious plant which grows in the nether, said to have alchemical properties, it can take a suprising variety of mutant shapes and styles. We've got em all. Pick from a 'classic' style tendril-type plant, an eye-ball growing series of stalks, nether mushrooms, leafy netherwort, 'natural' coloured fantasy netherwort, or, for those of you in BEE HELL, get daring and steal the queen bee's grubs for use in your potions, instead.
PumpkinsBecause wheat-ley pumpkins just aren't enough, giant pumpkins are also here! Light em up, or stick em on your head!
You can find three Painterly pumpkin options - a 'traditional' style spooky face, a crude creeper-o-lantern, and an uncarved pumpkin, that features a crude effigy when lit up.
Should pumpkins not be your gigantic plant life of choice, watermelons are an excellent alternative. Like pumpkins, you can find these 'watermelolanterns' in a variety of styles - with a bite taken out of them or a smashed face, with and without the graphics to have them lit up. Of course, you can still wear them on your head.
For those who want something out of the ordinary, an option to find stone lanterns amoung the ruins of the world is there. Who put them there? Only science knows for sure. Science also knows they look fantastic in stone structures, and that you can place them sideways or backwards in that same stone to make some pretty snazzy trim. In a similar 'end of the world' vein, are also gargoyle statues and tombstones, as well as an unusual stone that seems horribly out of place in this world...
When winter hits the world, the pumpkins are obviously past their harvest date, and not to be found. That said, someone has been rolling up snowballs and making them into snowmen and snowghasts all over the landscape. Who is this person? Where could they be hiding? It is a mystery.
MelonsA tasty farming alternative to wheat and bread, melons are available in many tasty varieties. Snag them as standard 'Notch-melons', watermelons with or without a stem, set them to pumpkins, or transform them into scrumptious honeydews. The melon slices of course match, and come in two delicious sizes. Pumpkin users can pick from edible pumpkins, slices, or pumpkin pie instead (with whipped cream, of course). Crop vines come in standard varieties of biome, dark biome, green, or dead colouring.
SeedsFound in the strangest places, these special minecraft seeds (no, not the worldgen ones,) can be used to harvest pumpkins and melons on your farms. They come in normal and sprouting pumpkin (or snowman) seeds, melon, honeydew and watermelon seeds, corn and flax-style seeds, various large seed pods, and, for those using the less-traditional sorts of alternate pumpkin options, magical medallions that summon forth snowmen, lanterns, gargoyles, gravestones, forest spirits, or rather unusual rocks.
FloraFlowers are in bloom in the Painterly world, and there is a richer diversity of flora to discover. yellow flowers have been replaced with sturdy shrubberies, and the infamous hug flowers are now peppery nasturtiums. Further confusing the debate on whether those reeds are papyrus or bamboo, they're now coloured like bamboo, but still make paper. Puzzle that one out.
Included as well is an alternate version of the flower texture that changes them back to the original red rose appearance, updated of course to match the Painterly style, a fireflower and a starflower, a multicoloured wildflower in a few varieties, a richer green and a darker green version of the shrub, a variety of autumn-coloured shrubs created by the mysterious internet phenomenon known only as Shiny_Mudkip, a woody-shrub which resembles a tiny tree, and a poisonous generic autumn mushroom as well as death cap toadstools (don't eat them!).
A variety of other flower choices exist to accent your gardens, too. Pick from a blue hydrangea or a blue chrysanthemum, pink dasies and hibiscus, purple violets, some white peonies or roses, yellow bellflowers, and orange poppies, tulips and marigolds. There is also grass to break up the scenery, in healthy green, dead yellow, and autumn red variants, three types of deep green grass cacti, and a swampy cattail. For winter, a lovely poinsettia is also included, and to celebrate 500,000 customizer downloads, lovely gold wild roses!
For those with a greener thumb, parsley blossoms, red ginger, carrots, and both purple and white turnips can be found, but I wouldn't eat them if I were you - you don't know where they've been!
Should the default reeds not be your thing, there is also a darker green wild bamboo and a 'natural toned' bamboo, with matching bamboo pieces for your inventory, as well as wild jungle vines. Cornstalks are also available. Sure the corn is purely decorative and not suitable as a foodstuff, however, the husks are quite fibrous and can be made into paper just as well as reeds can.
Grapevine reeds are a choice as well. Bountiful harvests in red and green, you can collect the grapes from these and press them into wine. Such a good vintage would be wasted by drinking, however, so you can use them to build up a collection instead to impress friends, with a wine rack bookcase replacement included just for this purpose.
By popular demand, many new hybrid flowers are now available - mix and splice the primary Painterly Flowers to your heart's content!
As a final bonus, enjoy some wild Roamins, too.
IvyGrowing in swamps and other wild places like an unending kudzu, ivy vines can spruce up a world, or turn it into overgrown ruined shambles. Here at painterly, we give you a few fun options in biome, dark biome, green and dead colour varieties - classic style ivy, ladder-ivy, thick or thin vine strands, leafy dense vines, and a few varieties of wonderful flowering viney growths.
VinesVines are an important part of the Mystic Dungeons mod, not only spucing up forests and caves in absolutely spectacular fashion, but also serving as an important harvesting tool - generating sticks, as well as vine strands, which can be fashioned in various recipes to make a variety of items, such as ladders, mossy cobblestone, or soup.
Painterly Pack offers four options for vines - the thick style also found in bamboo options, thinner vines, and vines with both red and golden-white flowers.
Lily PadsFound in swamp biomes, Lily Pads float lazily upon the water, just sort of prettying the place up. We here at Painterly approve. Our patent-pending Painterly pads come in light biome, dark biome, and green colours, in two styles. As a bonus, green pads can also come with a flower on top, just to make things a little more interesting.
Cocoa PodsA jungle treat, Cocoa Pods provide all important raw materials for both brown dye and for cookie making - two vaguely important...well, somethings. Painterly supports 6 options for your cocoa pod graphics - a 'classic' style pod, brown, yellow and green pods that match the jungle leaf options, mauve speckled tulaberries, and even some hanging fungal growths.
CactiCacti are retain their wicked black barbs, and now also have a heartier core, as well as a cluster of star-like pink blossoms at their peak.
Also included in the pack is a newer, updated cactus with, in my opinion, superior graphics. This updated cactus is available both with and without a flower, and in the traditional cactus dark green, an alternate olive-green version which some say makes it resemble a pickle, and a Super Mario 2-esque brown variant. All six of these dazzling options are included alongside the original cactus, which remains for completeness' sake.
In deadlier deserts, sometimes cacti are the least of a minecraftian's worries. Begin you quest to become the Kwisatz Haderach in style, dodging horrifying desert sandworms. They indiscriminately feed on friend, foe, and item alike, and their simple bodies allow you to carve off a slice and place it down, with both worms growing into fully formed adults. Disturbing.
When it's too cold outside for cacti, the beaches become flat and windy. Natural wind currents scoop up the ice and snow into hard, icy snowballs. They're so dense, that running into these suckers hurts! Of course, with a little clever planning, one could use these as the bodies of snowmen to create frosty guardians for any defensive fortification...
Desert ShrubsThe desert biome is host to many wonderful features, such as sand, cacti, and sand near cacti. Oh, and of course, desert shrubs. By default, these are wonderful little baby cacti in Painterly, but as you might expect from us here at Painterly Laboratories Semi-Incorporated, a bunch of other options exist, many found in other plantlife options native to other biomes. Hey - we give you choices, we didn't say they'd be original ones. :)
In addition to 9 varieties of cacti, there are also 5 dried grass options, 2 dried plant options, 3 types of sun-scorched shrubbery, 4 dead tree saplings, a wild poppy plant, a desert lotus, a baby sandworm, and of course, a ferocious wild desert Roamin.
Autumn FloraPart of Nandonalt's Seasons mod, when autumn hits, your world turns a lovely reddish-orange (unless you've changed this in customizer!) and the plants of the world change as well. Choose from a variety of autumn plant options, including dying yellow and red flowers, halloween pumpkins, mushrooms, corn stalks, and more! These plants are designed to work together in a lovely way with the default Painterly autumn biome shaders, and any of the darker biome grasses, but lighter grasses look quite nice with them, too.
WheatgrassThe 'official' wildgrass of Minecraft, this nifty little plant comes in two varieties and can be used to gather wheat seeds.
For both varieties of wheatgrass, you can pick from 4 grass tuft lengths, 3 scrubgrass lengths, 2 lawn lengths, hay, shrub bushes, two types of ferns, long and short 'quad grass', or from little sprouts or larger grain textures. You also have your choice of 6 grass colours, including two biome-compatible setups. Just remember - this texture inherits the biome shaders of your grass choice, so if you try to use biome grass with non-biome wheatgrass, or vice-versa, they won't look right.
MushroomsNot wanting to break from tradition, mushrooms are still available in button, and super mario varieties. Mushroom chowder now has delightful chunks of red mushroom mixed in with the buttony gruel. Better hope it's not poisonous.
Mushroom stew can be more than simple stew, if you wish it. Pick from a hearty mushroom gruel, a delicious salad-like mushroom medley, and, for the strong of heart, a medley made from poisonous mushrooms, instead. You can even pick from a couple types of delicious mushroom borscht, if you want to act outside the box.
For those that want a bit of variety in their mushrooming, if such a thing could be said to exist, a few variants on these mushrooms are included for your approval - a more swamply-looking verstion of the red mushroom, a button version of the red mushroom, a cluster of the button mushrooms, deathcaps, tiny cap versions of all three of these, and, to celebrate 500,000 customizer downloads, lovely golden toadstools in two varieties. Also included, to mix it up, are both skull-emblem Poison Mushrooms, and Slime eggs. Now you know where Slimes come from. Lucky you!
For all options except slime eggs, matching giant mushroom skins are provided to keep your mushrooming lovely and consistent. The stems can be set to vertical or horizontal stretching along it's growth, or to smooth, and the undersides can be set to brown, beige or off-white, in spotty or gilled textures.
For those using the Mystic Dungeons mod, 'bitter soup' soup bowl options are also included, since the mod allows you to make vine-based soups as a tasty alternative to the traditional mushroom gruel.
Bookmaking MaterialsA more Painterly paper, and nice leatherbound book with a golden nameplate make your library fancy. A new library tile in the same stained wood as other refined wood tiles also makes your library fancy, too. As with many other wood items, the bookcase comes in both dark and light wood variants, and in classic, and fancy styles.
You can also refine your books themselves, picking from goldbound, panelled, bookmarked, crafting grid, or apple versions of black or leather books in addition to the default, or even mushroom-topped mouldy tomes.
Should you be using either of the grape replacements for reeds, a winerack replacement for the bookcase is of course available. Paper and books become wine collections, allowing you to store and display a quite impressive wine cellar to show off to your friends. Opulent!
When the holidays arrive, it's time to hang up stockings, and what better place than over your library ledges? Stockings come in bookcase and plain wood backing, and paper can be upgraded to wrapping paper for the holiday season.
For bookmaking sprites, versions of the basic books, as well as vintage wines, are available with your choice of white, brown or black quill pens.
Finally, for those lamenting the loss of old-style chests, or who just want more decorative or practical options to replace their bookcases, two types of item-packed shelves, and one set of decorative wood trim are options, each available in both wood colours.
Recipe BooksA Yogbox exclusive - these textures only work with the Yogbox version of Risugami's Recipe Book mod. Have your choice of a book featuring a crafting grid or an apple on the cover, a little black book, or even a literal recipe book - a mouldy old tome which has been collecting mushrooms. Fascinating.
MapsPainterly maps come with a stately weathered paper surface to write on, to fully enhance your Professor Griswold expedition-charting experience. By default, the map inventory graphic contains a small geographical map already in progress, but you can of course change this. Alternate map options include a blank page, a map with an arrow, a compass arrow page, a pirate treasure map, and a fantastic little 3-D miniature map diorama.
WoodcraftsA variety of tools here made with wood, and other materials as needed. Included is a dark-stained wood ladder, the new signpost (with a lighter viewing area to make it easier to read), and of course, the all-important painting. You can preview the paintings included in the 'art' section of the page. There is also alternate painting icons, to match the paintings for those using the pastel bedrock, sign, all the various NES and SNES styles, Retro, Forbidden, Classic and Monet themes. There is also a set of tools to replace paintings for the 'sign' and 'home improvement' themes.
Also svailable as alternates are lighter versions of ladders and signposts for those using the lighter wood textures, solid wood panel sign graphics, treehouse style ladders in both shades, various rope ladders, stone handholds, megaman-inspired 'solid' ladder textures with a background, and a beautiful climbing ivy trellis ladder alternate, in 'living' and 'dead' varieties, made from only the finest tree-leavings.
By popular request, mid-toned ladders have been added that are better visible against both wood colours, as well as high-visibility ladders in light and dark tones, for those who have trouble seeing their ladders in game.
RailsMany types of rails can be found for the enterprising Minecrafter, from traditional rails in dark, medium and light wood tones, to special verstions of the light and dark wood rails featuring either a dirt background, or an ornate bluegrey stone background, behind them.
For those wanting a more modern take on their railways, a stylish subway rail is included, with both "A" (solid, flat metal) and "B" (grooved metal) variants for the center rail. A monorail is also included, in both the "A" and "B" styles. For those using the "B" style monorail, you also have the option of having traditional curved corners, or diagonal corner pieces for your track. Excelsior!
Track boosters feature exciting redstone circuity-powered devices and gold power rails, along with a flywheel gear to start or stop cart momentum as you command. These are available in a monorail style for subway and monorail tracks, and in a large device and small device style for any non-monorail track. Detectors feature similar technology and options, with a single gold rail acting as a detection switch, completing the circuit as a cart passes over it.
Another booster option added is the chevron-style 'burst' and 'wave' options, inspired by old school nintendo-era racing games, such as excitebike, f-zero, or mario kart. Boost in style, the retro way!
If the new booster and detector options are too 'out there' for you, fret not. Two options for classic-style button detectors are included, as well as a classic style booster rail, and a 'cross beam' booster rail that has less machinery and more redstone magic.
Survival ToolsImportant tools and items required for everyday adventuring in Minecraft. Shown here is the infinitely useful wooden stick, arrows, a bow, spidersilk rope, feathers, gunpowder, and perhaps the most important item of all - torches.
If the new gunpowder texture isn't your thing, there are six alternates available - a darker gunpowder that more closely matches the original, a crudely-fashioned creeper-bomb for use with the alternate TNT crate, deadly ghast-tentacles, 'mass of eyes' style creeper eyes in both colours, and a single stick of T.N.T. - the key component of any TNT block.
Thanks to Extranoise of Quandry pack fame, Painterly users can now use his most amazing feather icon in Painterly as well! Thanks Extranoise!
When drawing your bow, you have two options - a standard notched arrow, and a powered up ENERGY SHOT, in all three bow styles. Choose wisely. Arrows themselves can be fitted with white, black or brown feathers as you desire, and the fired arrows will change appearance to follow suit.
Included for completeness' sake are lighter wood versions of the handle and torch items for those using the lighter wood textures, white and industrial handles too, chinese lanterns, modern wall and floor lanterns, Demichina pack inspired accordian lantern torches, and candlestick torches in both ground, and wall-bracket versions, for those who want an alternative that is both spooky, and yet strangely romantic. Going further, there's also glass-tipped torches, lightbulbs in a few styles, and glowing cave crystal formations. For those looking for something a little more goth or just plain spooky, there's several skull torches, including bone wall scones, and classic voodoo-themed skull-on-a-sticks. Bows are available in normal, ornate and fantasy bow options with and without arrows (with an energy arrow on the ornate bow), and there's a magic wand alternate for the stick for those who want it. You can even change your string to rope! As a holiday treat, a candy cane lever is an option, as well.
For your feathers, besides the base and extranoise versions, there's also duck, goose, and penguin feathers, and some new updated white, brown and black feathers for 1.3. Excelsior!
Elemental ArrowsA popular part of the Yogbox modpack, Risugami's Elemental Arrows add a homing bow to your deadly arsenal, as well as many types of powerful arrows that grant you a mix of raw damage and utility.
Choose from six variants on the homing bow, and suppliment your fire and ice arrows with two types of lightning arrow (lightning bolt and ball lightning), four types of explosive arrow (rocket, strapped dynamite, bomb arrow and creeper arrow), and two types of egg arrow (an egg on a stick, and the perennially-favourite Hostage Chicken. Go chicken go!).
See if you can spot the HORRIBLE WRONG BOW and why it's HORRIBLY WRONG. And then feel angry at Whitelegs because it's entirely his fault. He ruined it all - he ruined everything!
Bone ToolsOne of the many wonderful mods by Hogofwar, bone tools allow you to make bones and other supplies into quite a few rather interesting items. Use them like sticks to make bone torches - slightly brighter than regular torches, and infinitely more spooky!
Combine a bone with a gold ingot and ink to make a guilded bone - the very stock of magic wands themselves! You can then craft two of those and your choice of a slimeball, iron block, or TNT to make one of three powerful magic wands with a variety of mystic powers.
You can pick from Pudding Huxtable's default bone torch, a wall torch, a candle burning on a skull, or two voodoo-style skull torches for bone torches, a few types of guilded bones, both energy and fire lightning wands, and a variety of explosive wands including a creeper scepter and a bomb-on-a-stick. The slime wand of course matches the colour of the slime you've chosen in Customizer.
RopeAnother fantastic mod by Hogofwar, Rope can be used to explore dungeness cave depths or enhance tree forts - rope has a million and one uses, and all of them are ROPE. Reel it in with your hand, or chop it to length with a sword or axe, but admire the painterly texture for it, all the same, please.
Of course, in order to use this item, you will need Hogofwar's Rope! mod, or the Amazopack.
Dyeing ToolsMake your world beautiful! Or, at least, your sheep. Painterly dyes are available in a vivid and varied spectrum, and can be collected as powdered pigment, congealed paper-wrapped colour blobs, balls of yarn, or pre-mixed paint and dye, and buckets oveflowing with gallons of vibrant sheep-paint, as you please. Should none of these be to your taste, then perhaps you would instead prefer your dye in carefully labelled, stoppered vials. For, you know, SCIENCE. You monster.
Some of the multi-purpose dyes, such as lapis lazuli, ink, and bone meal, have a few other options as well, befitting their other uses: Bonemeal comes in bone shards and marrow, Lapis in various ore configurations, and ink as both an ink blot, and an ink sac, fresh from the squid.
Should you be using the ZekeySpaceyLizard-inspired quilted cloth, dye mixes are available as an alternative to the usual wood bowl dyes that represent the more...exotic dye patterns available in that option.
An option for plant-based dyes is also included to better represent them in their natural forms - petals for red, yellow and orange dyes, cocoa beans and pods for brown dyes (as well as a candy bar!), and chunks of cooked cactus for green dyes. For that natural look you just can't get elsewhere.
Should you like chess, a chess option is included, inspired by an email from one Sketch. The corresponding dyes naturally change the dye options to board panels and chess pieces to match the new patterns.
Want pillars, but don't want to use your decorative block options for them? Luckily, there's a pillar cloth option, so of course, dye options to match the pillar's appearance are also to be found.
Finally, options are available to match the modern, line, and signs and markers cloth blocks options to a series of icons that show exactly what special texture or sign the various dyes will create. This makes picking out your signs or non-conventional cloth blocks easy! The icons for the signs and markers option are shown in the same order as their corresponding normal dye slots, and are as follows:
Light grey: farm/animal area.
Dark grey: storage/metals/treasure vault area.
Purple: weapons/dungeon/danger area.
Mauve: redstone/music/laboratory area.
Pink: inn/tavern/food/rest area.
Red: fire/lava/hazard/forging/danger area.
Brown: rock/natural resource/monument/cave area.
Blue: dye/art/craft/decorative area.
Light blue: aerial/observation/cloud/scenic area.
Turquoise: fishing/docks/water/underwater area.
Green: cactus/desert area.
Light green: crafting/tools/workshop/construction area.
Yellow: farm/harvest/granary/bakery area.
Orange: greenhouse/orchard/tree farm/nature area.
Black: railroad station.
White: plain cloth.
Redstone ToolsWith the advent of the Spawn Compass, misguided runs home, where you quintuple the size of your world file, are a thing of the past. The Painterly Spawn Compass features a red 'spawn' indicator, and when it lines up with the red needle, you're pointing spawnward - easy to use! The redstone clock features beautiful gold trim with redstone ornamentation.
Also available is a higher-contrast compass texture that makes using the compass much easier for colourblind individuals, or those playing with particularly dark monitors, a more modern style pocket watch, and an alternate contemporary clock face for the watch which has squares that represent the sky.
Seasons ToolsPart of Nandonalt's Seasons mod, these nifty tools allow you to track how close you are to a seasons change, and the temperature of a biome - important during those dangerous summer days. The seasons watch and thermometer come in iron and white gold respectively, but also in a matching alloy option, as an alternative.
BucketsWhether you need to burn monsters to death, or simply flood them out in a tragic mining mishap, nothing beats the utility of a bucket. Available in plain, water, milk and lava formats. If you don't like them as the old metal buckets, there's also two types of updated metal buckets (with and without a handle), and a more fanciful stoppered glass jar is also an option. Great for playing alchemist, or just more easily identifying your bucketoid spoils.
For those who want to get their Easter on, easter basket options are here for buckets, too, based on designs from the talented and wonderful Liselle.
Another few options you can pick from are banded buckets, in light and dark wood of course, and some exotic-styled clay jugs.
If you'd like to get into the whole Halloween spirit, there's pumpkin pails available too! These fondly-remembered remnants of childhood may look fragile, but they're iron-clad and every bit as sturdy as their plain, metal counterparts. Perhaps you can convince some skeletons to fork over candy if you wave them just right.
VehiclesNew icons for carts, storage carts, powered carts, and boats, which much more closely match the new skins in Painterly. For a better look at the new cart and boat models (unofficially officially dubbed the Turbocart and the HMS Cubeship), check out the 'exploration' link on this page.
Alternate icons for the ice and modern furnace powered carts, light wood storage carts and boat, chest storage carts in all varieties, including box and gift-wrapped storage carts, are also included for your convenience.
As of Minecraft 1.3, four boats have also been added in the new decorative wood colours. Names pending, suggestions welcome!
AirshipsPainterly Pack now offers limited support for Pchan3's incredible Airships mod, which you can get HERE.
Like boats, your airship can be fashioned in both light and dark wood, and choosing one or the other will of course set all your airship icons and engine icons to match the style you've chosen. The airship balloons come in 6 exciting varieties - a plain white cloth balloon, a dastardly pirate flag pattern, a whimsical star apple pattern, a leering creeper face, a tethered ghast, and of course, the perennially-popular happy ghast. Fly the sky in style, with Painterly and the Airship mod!
TreasuresFound only in the depths of dungeons or deep below the earth, treasures are perhaps some of the rarest items in Minecraft. Shown here are the apple, golden apple, slimeball, and of course, the pig saddle, which has a slightly new look. When you select your slime monster texture, the customizer automatically adds the matching slimeball for your convenience.
For Halloween players, a candied apple (and bronze-dipped golden apple) alternate is available, to make opening chests truly a treat.
Another apple option, cherries are available, to round out the pac man-based food groups.
Thanks to the Painterly Telethon, peach variants of the apple and golden apple also exist, including, inexplicably, ones with little faces. I don't know, ask the internet.
Experience BottlesAvailable in creative mode and possibly adventure maps, these handy little jars let you smash them for free levels. Nifty! You can take your choice of alchemical jar for your experience bottle, and fill it with classic-style glowing exp-stuff, bubbly exp ooze, or rainbow liquid. If none of these appeal to you, you can also select the jar as an orb in glowing yellow-green or rainbow flavours.
Crystal WingsA useful tool introduced in the Yogbox, the Crystal Wing is expensive to build, but grants you a single use teleport back to your spawn, ideal for emergencies. It comes in two classic styles, and a few gemstone variants, including one that should be familiar to all you World of Warcraft players.
Heart ContainersA part of the 'More Health' mod, Heart Containers allow you to improve your life total, and four heart pieces can be combined to make one of these handy items, in addition to being able to find them scattered around. Painterly gives you a few options for each!
RecordsAnother rare and fantastic treasure, records are undoubtedly the lost treases of some previous, unknown civilization. Perhaps they are a record of the last vestiges of the zombie/creeper/skeleton age. Who knows? What is known is that there's many record options available!
For each of the records, a 'classic' style coloured record is supported, as well as a blue-centered disc version in which the enchantment surrounding it represents either the name of the song on the record, it's colour, or the general mood of its song. A few other alternates are also available, such as updates to the classic painterly gold and green records, a 'cat' record for 'Cat', and an SCP envelope for the terrifying Broken Record.
Animal ProductsA lighter coloured egg, a calcium-enriched skeleton bone, a wispy white web, and a brown and white cowhide, better match the new looks of their respective source animals, which you can see in the 'mobs' section of this page. If the newly-buttered bread wasn't unhealthy enough for aspiring miners, pigs can now be judo-chopped directly into strips of artery-clogging, salty bacon. Beef has been upgraded to manly haunches, and chicken comes in stately drumsticks.
If, for various moral, religious, or ethical reasons, bacon is not your thing, now cruelty-free (relatively!), free-range, fair trade organic tofu-based Facon is available, complete with a leafy minty garnish. Yum yum. Then again, for us omnivorous eat-anything types, you might be interested in the options for a haunch of pork, or stylish bone-in porkchop, instead - available in painterly red, or classic-style pale meaty orange-white.
A variety of other meats are here for your meatening mayhem, including ribeye and t-bone steaks, minced beef which can be made into burgers or korean bulgogi, whole chickens, and delicious buckets of fried chicken in both Jeb-buckets, and CFC - Creeper Fried Chicken, with it's secret blend of eleven herbs and spicessssss....
Should you find it time for trick-or-treating, and aren't above mugging others for their candy, you just might find little piggy's candy bag. You monster. Scarf it down on the spot, or burn away its papery exterior in your furnace to reveal the delicious candy corn hidden within. You can also go ghastly with your stakes, giving them a spooky "steak eye". Similarly, cows can be set to drop leather patches or squares, or costume-making goods instead of raw hides. Get the jump on everyone else making your costume by cutting out the middle steps! For Easter, lovely Easter eggs have been provided for use, again by the fantastic Liselle.
Rarely, explorers are said to have found the mythical mooing polar bear in the deadest of winter nights. Of course, a hide of said bear is included for such discerning trophy-hunters.
In a sort of weird chicky-eggy situation, an option to make your eggs into already-hatched chickens is an option should you want to play rescue hero and gather up these wayward cluckers and raise them to adult hood through the magic of hurling them across a field. I'll look the other way when you grind them up for cake. That's kind of barbaric though, so also feel free to pick from the less-terrifying shiny, spackled, blue spackled or robin eggs, or gree eggs to go with your ham.
For the dungeon-crawly types, there are a couple extra options for monster products as well. Switch over to a darker, dusky webbing, or change your bones from femurs to a variety of fossil types, ribs or skulls.
Sea Animal ProductsPart of the Mo'Creatures mod, but included as part of support for the ever-famous Yogbox, these textures are for a few of the lovely sea creatures introduced by that mod which I happen to enjoy.
Experience fish eggs in translucent, sushi roe, or caviar styles, as well as a variety of terrifying shark eggs - yes, those are based on real ones! For those wanting a legitimate way to make chain mail, of course a Painterly shark tooth is there to help you in your quest.
Monster PartsAll sorts of interesting monster parts were added in 1.8 and beyond. What do they do? Not much, really. But, still, you have options for them, as always.
Rotting flesh comes in rotting meat, rotting guts, severed limbs in normal or classic zombie flesh, severed big toes in normal or classic zombie flesh, a couple varieties of human hearts, or buckets and buckets of delicious brains.
Ghast fireballs come in glowing stone and obsidian, 'metroid'-style lava stone and obsidian, stone orbs, flaming spheres, and freakish disembodied eyeballs.
Endermen pearls come in normal, sparkly, and a slammin' and jammin' b-ball with which you can chaos dunk them into submission should they get unruly.
Finally, the Eye of Ender items can be found in classic teal or matching Painterly purple, in normal or sparkling forms, or for those using the Chaos Dunk ender pearl option, as the legendary Shimmerglobe, Hellball, or Double Dribble. Finally, should you want their use as keys to become more literal, you can also change them to a variety of keys, either as a plain key option, or one of several choices that matches the various slabs that unlock the gate to The End.
Alchemical ReagentsMany items can be found, hunted, foraged for, or crafted to create many varieties of alchemical potions and grenades, and many options exist for each of these, to customize your alchemical journey.
Blaze Rods can be set to a firey rod, or the actual blaze rod found in the various blaze options available, a magic wand, a firey core with or without face, bags of mystic power, coals, shards, and more. Similarly, blaze powder can be set to many of these same textures, as well as forms of dust or gems.
Spider eyes are available in light or dead colouring, and in your choice of singles, clusters, or a full set of 8. Fermented spider eyes can likewise be set as single, cluster or full set, as you wish.
Magma Cream, whatever that is, has a few fun options - a round jewel, a rough crystal, a bowl of magma cream, or a strange magma creamberry. Who knows what the heck? Whatever works, I always say. Ghast tears can likewise be set to two forms of loose tears, or contained in a bowl, or a few types of honey or giant bees, for BEE HELL.
Gold nuggets come in nugget or nugget group, mario style coin, sonic style ring, a large Mojang coin, a Mojang coin stack, a square Mojang coin, and a Mojang coin with rounded corners. You can also get them in loot bags, with and without a dollar symbol on the bag.
Finally, Glistering Melons come in all the normal melon options, but of course, with gold-plated alchemical action!
Alchemical ToolsMany tools of the trade are required to become a proficient alchemist, and we've got you covered! Pick from plain, skull-studded, starry, clay vase, or ornate white cauldrons, and alchemical stands in marble, ice and both stone colours, in both gold and iron stand styles. Furthermore, ensure your stand matches the vials - three types in all!
Your vials can be made into rounded potion bottles, lab test tube vials, or super mario-style potion jars. Further customzie this choice by picking an appropriate grenade option for your bottles - you can choose from classic-style grenade bottles, simple tops, spiked tops, tops with a red ribbon, or bomb-fuse tops, primed and ready to go!
Should you not want a potion vial, you can also change your potions and grenades to tea mugs - with and without stripes on them. Pip pip sirs, and cheerio!
ShearsShears are a handy little tool, useful for not just shearing sheep, but also for pruning trees!
Shears are available in six wonderful styles - sheepshears, hedge trimmers, 'realistic' scissors, standard iron tool-style scissors, a small knife for detail work, a jungle machete, and a straightrazor.
FishingFishing is here, and the Painterly fishing pole is still in the swing of it. Catch just about anything with your newly-useful reel, but most importantly, catch dinner. Extranoise of the Quandry Pack has also graciously donated his fishing rod icon to the customizer mix, so users have a choice as to which pole they wish to bring out to the sea.
By default, you can catch delicious blue Minefish, which crisp up nicely if skewered over an open fire. Should something more exotic be your fancy, a blowfish option is also featured, which can be crafted lovingly in your kitchen into deadly and mysterious fugu sushi. For dungeoness fishermen, a few cave fish and cave eel variants are also included, along with a briny squid, and a rather terrifying salmon-head teriyaki, and for the just plain ridiculous fishermen - an old half-busted can of spaghetti, which you can feel free to open and cook anyways. Gross.
BakingIt's a piece of cake, to bake a Painterly Cake! Cake is the primo foodstuff for dungeon sieges and dinner parties, and with Painterly, you can cake in style.
Your cake is by default vanilla, but chocolate, and redberry cheesecake can also be made, if so inclined. Your sugar comes in a bag, as god intended, but for you weirdoes out there, you can get it in piles too, to live out your PG-13 Scarface fantasies. Cookies are of course in jumbo chocolate chip style, but you can make them puny wimpy sized chocolate chip cookies, or oreo-style, if you like. For a festive springtime treat, hot cross buns are yet another cake option, based on the original cake inventory icon provided by Liselle. Yum!
A few other cakes and cakelikes to pick from thanks to the Painterly Telethon: a white-icing red velvet cake, a christmas pudding, a key lime pie (including a variant with a...surprise inside), and a pizza. There's also a horrifying nether-inspired living cake, which can be eaten only if you truly dare. Jello pudding and candy bar cookies round out the baked goods list.
Loved by dwarves of Khaz Modan the world over, Jaffa Cakes are most definitely an option to replace those boring cookies. Why does one have a bite out of it already? It's ok, we forgive you Honeydew.
To mark the special occasion of 1,000,000 customizer downloads, a Rhodox-logo cake has been added for this incredible milestone! Thank you everyone! Painterly couldn't have made it without the support of you, the viewers at home. So, celebratory cake's on me!
Monster EggsA fun tool for creative mode hooligans, Monster eggs come in a variety of hard-coded colours, though we here at Painterly of course supply the raw templates for those colours in a variety of fashions. Pick from a traditional spotted monster egg, a metroid-style glass bead, a crystal formation, an SCP foundation envelope, or an SCP foundation file.
Mob MasksCreated by Nandonalt, mob masks are just the thing to spruce up your halloween packs, or just a fun way to make armor that's a little different and festive, for exploration.
Masks can be made up as pig, cow, sheep, creeper, zombie, or skeleton masks, and there's a handful of varieties to pick from - brown pigs or pigmen, polar bear cow, classic-style zombie, yeti, various animal skulls, classic, happy or demichina creepers, and, as an added bonus, an Israphel mask for all you Yogscasters.
Of course, in order to use this item, you will need Nandonalt's Mob Masks mod, or the Amazopack.
Hide ArmorA dapper suit and milkman's cap - hide armor is the new baseline armor, and as its apperance suggests, it's not very combat effective. You can see the armor's in-game model (sans leggings) in the 'exploration' section of this page.
By popular demand, the suit of legendary minecraft explorer Speluniana Jonesy is a hide armor option for any who want to explore with a rugged, practical suit instead of a fanciful costume. Hopefully, these adventuring clothes will serve intrepid explorers well.
Another modern option - an engineer's getup, in both Red and Blu. When your friends say they need a dispenser here, no other armor can compare.
For those who want hide armor with a more sinister bent, alternate Halloween costume armor is also provided - ideally combined with the alternate costume supplies hide replacement. This stellar zombie costume will certainly scare others this festive season - maybe even the actual zombies!
If the savage age of stone and bronze is more your thing, enjoy a barbarian option created by LvK. Always the considerate one, he's even offered a version with a muscle suit for your scrawny types who don't think you can pull the look off. You can also pick from some villager-type outfits - a basic hood and tunic, and a ghost-hooded variant.
Should you want to go classic style, a triloboid-esque traditional leather armor, also created by LvK, is included for your classical minecraft experiences.
Any who want to have a jolly old time in the mines, a warm red holiday suit is also available. The perfect thing for exploring glacial caves, or handing out presents to all the little creepers and slimes of the world!
Iron ArmorSturdy armor that is built to last, and the standard armor of established Minecrafters. For more information about this armor, and to see it's in-game model (sans leggings), check out the 'exploration' section of this page.
Chain Mail textures are also included for those who are modding or cheating them in, and you can switch out the iron armor for them in customizer, as well.
For those who want to run their own private snake cult, sacrifice people on the altar of set, or just all around rampage and pillage, a barbarian iron armor set is there as well, created by the talented LvK.
Other iron armor - a Roman centurion's getup, and mighty Daedric armor. You can pick the Daedric armor as diamond armor too - it's just that amazing.
Finally, of course, a traditional suit of full plate armor, alse created by LvK, is included here for those who want an armor more closely related to the original game graphics.
Diamond ArmorThe pinnacle of Minecraft armor, and one of the most willful displays of excess a miner can parade about. As with the other armors, you can view the in-game model, without leggings, and more information about this armor, in the 'exploration' section of this page.
Master the elements and become a force of nature with an alternate diamond armor, created from the most powerful items on the planet - diamond, redstone and obsidian. This mighty fantasy-tech armor is brought to you thanks to some help from LvK.
Gold Armor'Gag' armor in which every piece is as useless as it is outlandish, since gold really is the tool and armor choice of fools. If you insist on having this silly armor, and want to know more about its ridiculousness, you can find that information on the 'exploration' section of this page like all the rest of the armors. There's even an LvK-created variant, so you can cycle your chuckles between patches.
If gag armor isn't your thing, you're still in luck! An alternate armor texture changes gold armor from 'silly' to 'kingly', so you can live out all your wildest dreams of lording over Creeper Nation.
Wooden ToolsWooden tools follow a simple, hand-carved theme. They're very basic and bland in appearance, and not good for much more than ornamentation in most cases, but nevertheless have a rich finish and solid construction.
A more creative variant for these tools are vegetable tools - crafted from not just wood, but the other surrounding vegetation itself. Enjoy a cactus beatstick, an apple-y shovel, a watermelon pick, a grapish axe, and a mushroomoid hoe.
For those wanting alternate wooden weapons, a hefty club, a sturdy staff, a sharpened wood stick, a steel-handled 'enchanting' sword, and a variant wood sword based on designs by bibbyboy123 can be found.
Stone ToolsThe standby of many a Minecraft miner, stone tools have a 'primal' theme - heavy, reliable, but fragile tools formed from carved stone, tethered to sturdy wooden handles with spider silk. They're available in both light and dark stone variants.
When winter strikes, new glacial caves open up as safe avenues for exploration. The ice packed in the depths of these caves has an unnatural hardness and density, and can be crafted into weapons and tools. Sure they melt once the winter ends, but beggars can't be choosers.
The obvious step up from vegetable tools - meat tools. Does it makes sense? No. But you're smashing rocks with a side of beef. It doesn't have to, it's just awesome.
Alternate weapons are available for stone and ice users - a sharpened stone-tipped spear, a steel-handled 'enchanting' sword, and bibbyboy123's rough-hewn stone blade in two stone shades, as well as a menacing-looking glaive fashioned out of sticks and carefully shaped ice, and a more simple meaty club.
Iron ToolsStrong, dependable, and reasonably long lasting, iron tools have a standard 'medieval' theme - the sorts of swords, axes, picks and hoes one might expect peasants and knights to use in the middle ages. The sword features an ornamental obsidian gem, but how it got there is anyone's guess.
A few variant steel equipment sets exist - including an ornate gold and steel 'bright' tool set with a razorsword, and a heavy-looking norse 'runed' tool set.
For those using the alternate halloween armor, an alternate machete iron sword is included to truly make the costume complete. Also great for bushwacking, or slicing bread, and comes in normal and bloody varieties. I call mine the "Trejo".
A multitude of other iron weapons can be found as well, for all sorts of adventuring purposes. A bigger longsword, a variant longsword by bibbyboy123, a hefty morningstar mace, a knightly lance, a kitchen stadium-tested frying pan, a heavy runed broadword and scimitar, an 'enchanting' sword, a wrench, a buster sword, and a battle-ready halberd are all selections in the Customizer. There's also a rather unique pick, courtesy the Painterly Telethon!
Diamond ToolsThere's no logical reason why diamond tools would be the strongest, however, they are, and I suspect dark sorcery is somehow involved. These utterly fantastical tools are as stylized and unweildy as they are impressive-looking and nigh-indestructible.
As a special thank you for everyone's support, kind words, well wishes and donations, I've also created these special diamond tools to celebrate 100,000 customizer downloads - available in a 'plain' style, and an alternate option with each tool overflowing with the power of the customizer itself. Or something. It's all so very technical. Regardless, thank you everyone, for everything - you're all awesome!
Besides the standard diamond tools, there are energy forged tools, to slice and dice foes and blocks with the power of light, or ghost spirits or something. Swish around your laser-rods for various cosmic powers! Also included is the previously Gooncraft-exclusive rough-hewn diamond tools, for a more...pokey alternative, blue and red-runed 'silvered' diamond rune tools, and a 'plain' set of simple tools for those wanting something more vanilla looking.
Should you not want a diamond sword, a more exotic diamond-bladed naginata is now a choice, in both the original, and new diamond tool styles, as well as two 'hollow' swords and a redstone sword inspired by original designs submitted by bibbyboy123, runed scimitars and broadswords in a few styles, an 'enchanting' sword, and a Tsubaki-style lightsaber. Happy hunting!
Gold ToolsOn the opposite end of the spectrum of diamond tools, are of course the gold tools. What kind of idiot would waste gold on tools? The worst kind, apparently. These tools reflect that in their theme - namely that of someone who literally had no idea what they were doing, and sort of crudely mashed together the component wood sticks and gold ingots into a vague facsimilie of the item they were trying to create. A great gag gift for parties.
If gag items aren't your cup of tea, not to fret! Also included are 'kingly' versions of the gold tools - as ornamental, opulent, and scepter-like as they are, even in these impressive states, impractical. There's also some basic gold tools, if even those are too zesty for you. It means you're probably boring, but hey, what can you do.
Alternate weapons for gold tools include a kingly sceptre with mace-like protruberances, a variant on a 'pincer' sword submitted by bibbyboy123, a wrapped redstone blade, and a..err..very special sort of spear. Or maybe it's a lance. Possibly a caber. We're not really sure. You can also get an 'enchanting' sword, and for some reason, a lolipop, courtesy the Painterly Telethon.
Finally, marking 1,000,000 Customizer Downloads, is a special commemorative item to mark the occasion - a plush Rhodox doll! Celebrate in style with pigmen on this happy, festive occasion. Thank you everyone for your continued support and patronage as we pass this important milestone!
Verdite ToolsVerdite tools are a part of the Mystic Ores mod, and fashioned from a lovely green mystic...something. Better than stone, but worse than iron, these tools are the workhorse tools of Mystic Ores, allowing you to mine efficiently while saving your valuable iron for more useful projects.
Verdite tools come in metallic, ivy-covered, and floral versions to mesh with the various ingot and ore options, as well as alternate floral options for the sword and axe, and a traditional metallic shovel if the cloverleaf shovel isn't your thing.
For those who want to start up the mystic tech tree with a more down-to-earth option, a bronze tool variant also exists here. Much like the mineral itself fills a niche between stone and iron, bronze tools are also between the two appearance-wise.
Mithril ToolsAnother of the toolsets of the Mystic Ores mod, Mithril fills the gap between iron and diamond tools, allowing you to hoard those diamonds up for better purposes, beyond of course a necessary diamond pick. As befitting the purity and exceptional character of mithril, these tools have a 'holy' theme and are decorated with halos and winglets.
A variant 'plain' set of Mithril tools are also an option, and for alternate weapons, a lance-sword exists, as well as a winged one, as does a brilliant white spear, and a more traditional style pick. The axe-like pick can be selected as, well, an axe, should you desire, too.
Obsidian ToolsExtremely sharp and extremely deadly, Obsidian tools are the third of the toolsets added by Mystic Ores, and their razor-edged appearance reflects their status as powerful, but extremely fragile devices. Available in both purple and black obsidian styles, these tools have nasty edges and serrated blades for chopping and maiming, at least, as long as they stay sharp. Variant 'fancy' style hoes are available that better match the default hoes, and look less like a crazy grim reaper scythe, if that's your thing.
Bloodstone ToolsThe nether equivalent to Obsidian tools, Bloodstone tools are the fourth of the Mystic Ores toolsets. Crafted with obsidian rods, these tools have the appearance of rough obsidian or bedrock weaponry, empowered (or perhaps corrupted?) by the nightmarish bloodstone heart crystals. Due to popular request by the legendary Marux, a gag set for these tools also exists as an upgrade to the infamous gold gag tools - owing to the fact they wear out quickly, and of course, because you have to be pretty crazy to go to the nether in the first place.
Adamantite ToolsThe fifth Mystic Ores toolset, Adamantite tools are rare and precious treasures, better than diamond tools and decidedly much harder to create. As Adamantite is available in both orange-red metal and 'living ore' variants in Painterly, and requires obsidian rods to craft, the tools are available in two distinct blendings of these raw materials, taking on the prerequisite forbidden and hellish forms befitting the Ore that Should Not Be.
Iridium ToolsThe final Mystic Ores toolset, Iridium is the most powerful, and rarest tool type of them all. Better than diamond, nigh-indestructible, each Iridum ingot requires 8 adamantite ingots to craft, making each of these tools an epic undertaking to even consider crafting - let alone achieving a full set.
Glowing with pulses of unnatural green over a honey-brown alloy, winding and twisting in a single flowing shape like some sort of bizarre bismuth deposit or Greek sculpture gone wrong - indeed these tools are reflective of their otherworldly, supernatural, and fantastic nature. Of course, we like to have a sense of humor about these things here at Painterly, as well, though - so a gag 'meteor on a stick' option is there to replace anything you might wish, to lighten the epic nature of the whole situation.