Started by Big_Boye_Ben on Sat, 06/12/2021 - 02:47
Topic category: Help with modding (Java Edition)
I created a model in blockbench with the format "Java Block/Item" and exported it as a JSON. Attached the texture (that I also created in blockbench, so it SHOULD be perfectly compatible) and it always shows up as the purple and black error no matter what I try. I previously exported it as an obj and the same thing happened. Anything else I could try?
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I have the same problem as described in mcreator knowledge base:Item or block JSON model renders as broken texture | MCreator. but I have tried checked everything and nothing seems to work. then I tried to make another model in blockbench and it still rendered broken, and now every block/item I export comes up as broken. is there anything else i could try that isnt listed in the knowledge base?
Go back to Blockbench
Rename the project model and the parent something completely different.
Delete the old broken java block/item
Hit the magical regenerate code button <just to be safe> top right
Now add new renamed model
Start a new mod
Add model to new mod
Ok this happened to me, but i found a fix:
if you are using blockbench, go to the file tab and click project. Then, put under the parent model section "minecraft:blocks/stone" Copy and paste that EXACTLY (without "", of course), and it should work. At least that worked for me
What about items?
Same thing I think
Squigg_Dog8 that worked immediately for me and I cannot thank you enough for finding the solution