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Lavender

Discussion in 'Textures' started by MattTheLegoman, Dec 29, 2014.

  1. MattTheLegoman

    MattTheLegoman Yellow flower puncher

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    Filename: double_plant_paeonia_bottom & double_plant_paeonia_top
    Resource Pack: Gondor
    Texture description: A purple flower, formally requested for Ithilien.
    Has this texture already been used? If not, where will it be used?
    The vanilla paeonia plant has already been used in Gondor, Lavender is a similar shape and colour. A work in progress version of was already used without my permission in an official video.
    Texture image:
    Submitted as part of my fixes pull-request on GitHub:
    https://github.com/MCME/RP-Gondor/pull/37
    Ingame Image:
    The flower second from the left.
    [​IMG]
    Additional Concept Image:

    Please refer to @HeartseekerDK's post:
    http://mcmiddleearth.com/threads/dol-amroth.1654/page-6#post-23784
     
  2. lizzy_

    lizzy_ Dirt Conaisseur

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    Looks lovely! Will be included in the next resource update. Thank you.
    Please be sure to check out the pinned suggestion thread for any staff suggestions on textures as well as continue to have a go replacing textures borrowed from other packs!
     
  3. HeartseekerDK

    HeartseekerDK Aspiring Commoner

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    Did I accidently cause an artistic revolution because I like the color purple?