Wolf Texture Pack 1.5.2/1.4.7

Wolf Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.4.7, 1.5.2

Updated: May 27, 2015 | 259 views |

About this textures

An awesome pack of 188 total skins, 100 styles for you !

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/Wolf-texture-pack.png

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/Wolf-texture-pack-1.png

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/Wolf-texture-pack-2.png

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/Wolf-texture-pack-3.png

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/Wolf-texture-pack-4.png

How to use Wolf Texture Pack for Minecraft 

  • If instead you want it to be a part of your texture pack:  right click and save it (desktop is a nice place).  Open your minecraft file.  Open your texturepacks folder.  Open the texture pack you want it in.  Drag it into the mob folder.  If your texture pack doesn’t have a mob folder then create a new file, name it mob, put it in your texture pack window, and then drag the template in there.
  • If you want the image for your tamed wolf name it “wolf_tame.png” If you want the image for your wild wolves name it “wolf.png”  If you want the image for your angry/insane wolf name it “wolf_angry.png”

Template

  • If you want to make your own, here’s a template!!! (fixed!!!)

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/Wolf-texture-pack-5.png

Pretend you are looking at the wolf head on (or in the face)

http://img.niceminecraft.net/TexturePack/download.png

http://www.4shared.com/rar/9jPPWLHW/DDPs-Minecraft-Stuffs.html?

https://hotfile.com/dl/179786718/4627c78/DDPs-Minecraft-Stuffs.rar.html


Credits: DJ Persnikity