Despite the seemingly low resolution of 32×32, the creator of Equanimity resource pack made up for that missing factor by introducing some of the most true to life water textures that the Minecraft community has ever seen. Unlike some of the other developers that dedicate most of their time to the modeling process, Equanimity was created in less than a month with no more than an hour of work a day. According to the creator, this was mainly due to the fact that he wanted to keep releasing frequent updates without having to spend too much of his free time. It can be regarded as an attempt to show anyone that they too can make a decent, simplistic resource pack without spending all of their energy on it. Still, you’d be hard pressed to find any sign of unfinished work or clumsy modifications. Everything works in sync to provide an enhanced feel.
Equanimity comes with an upgrade for every single texture in the game. Some blocks have kind of a Gothic, medieval feel to them. Since the resolution is double the size of the default Minecraft textures, all models look very sturdy and solid even though they’ve been made in a short timeframe. The metal blocks specifically give off a realistic glare that will make their usually expensive crafting recipes worth your while. It’s a slightly brighter pack overall, which makes it a nice change compared to the usually gloomy Minecraft world. Some blocks, such as stone bricks, have almost unnoticeable modifications but they’re few and far between. It seems like the creator thought of everything – even though the resolution has been bumped to double the size of the original textures, there’s virtually no slowdown with Equanimity. However, Optifine is one of the recommendations if you want to keep the optimal performance and have all textures render properly.
Equanimity should be compatible with all of these Minecraft versions: 1.12.2 - 1.12 - 1.11.2 - 1.11 - 1.10.2 - 1.10 - 1.9.4 - 1.9 - 1.8.9 - 1.8.8 - 1.8.1 - 1.8.6 - 1.8 - 1.7.10 - 1.7.9 - 1.7.4 - 1.7
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How to install Equanimity Resource Pack:NOTE: Many resource packs require optifine to be preinstalled, so be sure to install it.
- Download the Equanimity texture pack for Minecraft from the download section below. – if there are many different versions, just pick the one that you like or that you think your PC can handle
- Launch the game client through the Minecraft launcher.
- On the main menu, click "Options".
- On the options menu, click "Resource Packs...".
- Click on "Open Resource Pack Folder". – folder titled "resourcepacks" will pop up
- Move the .zip file you downloaded in the first step to the newly opened "resourcepacks" folder.
- Click "Done".
- Click on "Resource Packs..." again.
- Your pack should have appeared in the left window, just hover over it and click on the arrow pointing to the right.
- Click "Done" again.
- The pack has now been successfully loaded and ready to be used in your world!
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[32x] [1.12.x] Download Equanimity (Lite) Resource Pack – Lite version
[32x] [1.11.x] Download Equanimity (Lite) Resource Pack – Lite version
[32x] [1.10.x] Download Equanimity (Lite) Resource Pack – Lite version
[32x] [1.9.x] Download Equanimity (Lite) Resource Pack – Lite version
Lite version prioritizes frame rate over aesthetics. The major difference between Equanimity Lite version and Equanimity basic is the amount of complex models, singling out frequently occurring blocks such as: cobblestone, stone, dirt, grass, bricks, planks.