Pulchra Revisited Resource Pack 1.12


How to Install This Resource Pack ?
  • Download the resource pack.
  • Press start and type in %appdata%.
  • Find and open your .minecraft folder.
  • Locate to your resourcepacks folder.
  • Drag and Drop the texture .zip file into this folder.
  • Last Updated: 16 July 2017, 3:34 pm

    Today we will talk about Pulchra Revisited textures. As you might know, currently, there happens to be quite a huge number of resource packs that have been made available for Minecraft and of all these, Pulchra Revisited resource pack pack is certainly the perfect demonstration of quality. Pulchra Revisited at the time of writing this article, has been out for less than a month and from that moment on, it has done nothing but turns heads in its direction. This pack and similar packs to it comes useful for a variety of use case scenarios. Besides being a very innovative pack, it also provides you with breathtaking visual experience. Most of other resource packs simply can’t offer features that Pulchra Revisited can and it is definitely an amazing choice for most of minecraft players.

    One of the best features of this texture set is that uses many modern and advanced design techniques to create and modify the textures to make them as perfect as possible. One of such techniques is a support for parallax occlusion mapping and this is what makes the textures to look especially lifelike. Just like other popular photo realistic resource packs, Pulchra Revisited textures have been photo-scanned and because of that everyone who will download and install this resource pack will enjoy the highest quality. In conclusion, it is just an amazing resource pack but you must have pretty good hardware at production for it to function accordingly. This pack has in all resolutions so you have got a lot to choose from and depending on your pc power.

    Screenshots:

    Pulchra Revisited Resource Pack 1.12
    4.37 - 547 votes

    *Credit for creating and developing Pulchra Revisited goes to Continuum Graphics. It is designed and compatible with the following minecraft versions: 1.12, 1.11, 1.10. Right now Pulchra Revisited has 53991 views.


    • Simon Cat Parnell

      Couldn’t get it to work – a bit more too it than a simple set up

      • Grantiford

        What is everyone talking about? Just put the blocks file in your resource packs folder. The others are for mod support (and if you want an hd font)

    • WTF your thinking who you are ????? how dear you ask money for it SHAME you

      • Michal Bureš

        You are a moron, poor bastard, unable to support others creations, based on thousands hours of hard work. Its money that allows creators to make their incredible creations and you, you selfish being said that you just simply wont give them any and you still want to get everything free. WHO THE FUCK DO YOU THINK YOU ARE to write and think like that. The one who should feel SHAME are you …

      • DarkArachnid

        if only this community wasnt riddled with absolutely idiotic children that have been given everything to them for free.. if you think you can get anything for free then please just do everyone a favor and leave..

    • Ryan Hess

      As the Minecraft EULA states:

      “Within reason you’re free to do whatever you want with screenshots and videos of the Game. By “within reason” we mean that you can’t make any commercial use of them or do things that are unfair or adversely affect our rights unless we’ve specifically said it’s okay in this EULA, allowed it through the Brand and Asset Usage Guidelines, or provided for it in a specific agreement with you.”

      “Essentially the simple rule is do not make commercial use of anything we’ve made unless we’ve specifically said it’s okay. Oh and if the law expressly allows it, such as under a “fair use” or fair dealing” doctrine then that’s ok too – but only to the extent that the law applicable to you says so.”

      “Any Mods you create for the Game from scratch belong to you (including pre-run Mods and in-memory Mods) and you can do whatever you want with them, as long as you don’t sell them for money / try to make money from them and so long as you don’t distribute Modded Versions of the Game. Remember that a Mod means something that is your original work and that does not contain a substantial part of our code or content. You only own what you created; you do not own our code or content.”

      Sooooo yea legally you don’t have the authority to redistribute this for commercial gain with the exceptions being ad revenue from videos or with explicit permission from Mojang.

    • bobohead

      Dutch Storm Hunter is a greedy moron!

    • Joseph Conover

      Technically the legalities of the matter are not enforceable so by the EULA section Separability, the part of the EULA that references commercialization of modification is void. Saying something is someones full property is contradictory to them controlling the sale of said item. Also what constitutes something being “made” for Minecraft because as for technicalities it’s not even possible to load into default Minecraft because it is built for Optifine. Which brings in a whole new level of complexity in the law.

      • some people need to die

        it remains illegal nonetheless though.

    • pentagrams

      >i try to mod skyrim static meshes (for free)

      modder:

      “I started in February 2012 with the ultimate goal of improving about 500 of the worst offenders. In June 2014 750+ meshes have been completed; my goal has been exceeded! SMIM now includes over 15,000 placements of said meshes! In October 2016 900+ meshes are improved, with over 30,000+ placements! Cool.”

      (this is one of many- as in hundreds of well made mods, btw)

      >i try to mod a simple game; minecraft

      i pay 50 dollars for 2k textures and 3d blocks

      “This version comes with all resolutions ranging from 128x to 2048x. You also get access to Continuum’s alpha builds, these are updated.”

      I dont, nor do i think anyone, cares about alpha builds or the rest of the resolutions lol; 50 dollars is ridiculous, but so is every other price you’re asking for. Though I dont agree with paid mods (and neither does the EULA), at least Realistico only asks for $3.55.

      Though I do agree with asking for donations or just receiving ad revenue (which probably works better in the long run!)

      Really, this is all illegal in this first place and you could just check the EULA yourself or look at Ryan’s comment on it.

    • totaly igreed 😀