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Long haired werewolf cat. I like to make it look like she is being tied up but she can pull off the pose. Also can be tied up but with her tail in her mouth. She can also be a cat but i did not put any poses in this mod. I am sorry. But thanks. Its a great thing you did and I love the looks.
I have no idea how to do a texture so I made a texture file with 1-18. I got the idea from a video by a guy with the channel and name TheSlyfoxy. He has a video about an avatar that has a wolfcat.
I created an archive of this in the form of a zip file so you can import it into a game like minecraft.
If you need help with anything ask away. I try my best to help people. I love cats but I am not a huge cat person.
Thank you for all your feedback! I appreciate it a lot, thank you!
For those who asked how to use it, here is what you do.
Open up your Minecraft client and go into your saves directory in the folder called "minecraft" If you are still in your downloads directory then you will need to move your minecraft folder (the one that has the .minecraft folder and everything) to the "minecraft" directory.
In minecraft, go to File/Open Directory.
Navigate to the directory where the minecraft.jar file is located.
Make sure that the directory where your minecraft.jar file is located is highlighted and click Open.
Now go to Textures/TGA (if you are in the minecraft folder and the .jar file is located in the minecraft folder, that should already be highlighted and click Open Texture File.
Click Save and quit.
If the texture file is not found then go into Texture/Load TGA File and select the texture you want to use, then click Open.
Click the button at the bottom that says "Save and Quit."
Now go to Tools/Map/Texture Paste
Click the button that says "Paste" and select the texture file you just downloaded and click "ok"
Now click the button that says "Save and Quit."
That should do it for the tutorial!
Feel free to ask me questions on here.
If you need any more info or if you need help with something feel free to ask!
It was a very rough start, but I've really been loving it so far, and wanted to see if you'd like to check it out!
If you need help installing it or anything let me know!
Thanks and I hope you enjoy it,
P.S. - If you already had the .jar and .zip file downloaded and then you couldn't get it to work, please delete your files and re-download them to try again, and if you still can't get it to work please post in the forum for help!
If you don't know anything about the Java Programming language, or don't know where to start, then that's okay! If you have any trouble with your program, just open a post in the forum, and I'll see what I can do.
If you want any more tutorial, ask me and I will try my best to get it done.
I am currently working on an addition to the program. The aim of this is to allow the users to create multiple objects, rather than just one, which would be a much more challenging task to try to do. So I'm going to try and finish that in a day or two. Then I'll try and start work on the rest of the program, which will take me a couple of days.
I've also been working on a new version of the program. This new version has been a complete rewrite from scratch, and should work on any computer that you can run Java on. (Basically any computer with Windows 7 or higher) However I don't recommend you use this version yet as it is extremely buggy and may crash the program. So try the tutorial first and then when you are happy with that, I suggest you download this new version.
Ok I'm going to get this working and get it posted so everyone can see it, but please remember that when you use this version it is VERY buggy and likely to crash the program.
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