Guys look on your X-Box 360 under games and on the part that says Dig Deep in Minecraft it shows a skin that's not in any of the skin packs and a skin that doesn't look like it will be added in any skin packs so I'm pretty sure they're hinting that there is going to be a skin creator in the near future and if it is a skin that would be in a skin pack it looks like it would be from a pretty boring game but still I'm pretty sure that there is going to be a custom skin creator. After the tutorial it brings you to the first option. That being said, I personally don't feel that this is the best suggestion out there, and would rather see 4J focus their attention elsewhere. Signs are censored because user-generated content can be offensive. Quote from What about my suggestion, Greg - Just programming an option to skin the avatar we create for our Xbox profile over the Minecraft character giving it the blocky appearance. One of the coolest parts of is the ability to upload a custom skin for your player. Recently in Black Ops 2 I've made Spidermans face, and it's a very good creation.
Now, there's 2 ways to approach this, 1, the mix-n-match graphic, once chosen, can be saved as a contiguous skin that is compatible with the current Minecraft architecture, or 2, adapt the architecture to accommodate how the skin is applied could be changed to be more piece-meal and allow for multiple sources, or alternatively, can overlay the skin over an existing skin like armor but have it be at a graphical layer between the default skin and the armor layer. You're welcome for the idea Now, I do think that there should be some skins that remain un-editable. For Minecraft Xbox 360, Minecraft Xbox One and Minecraft Wii U. Like I said, it can be done, but just how much should they invest into making it happen? You wouldn't need to worry about 4j's art team losing money. The people pack is pretty much like making your skin look like you and is free for everyone.
But that is a personal preference of mine, and I really don't play Multiplayer that much to care much about what my character skin looks like to other people. For those not aware, you can make custom emblems with a variety of tools in both Black Ops 1 and 2, and in both games I have made numerous different emblems of characters. The proposition above basically would allow a mix and match of individual characteristic features and such to more personalize the player's image to their specific tastes and largely only so that other people can see their skins in a multiplayer environment. Birthday Add-on Pack- Includes various birthday hats, capes, t-shirts, antenna-fuzzy head things Don't know what they're called Halloween: Pumkin heads, witch hats, various costumes; Christmas: Santa hats, Christmas sweaters, cake hat, turkey hat. Would this be readily doable from a programming perspective? Twitter might work, but they don't always read the replies. You can make physical edits to your avatar like changing your eye color or add manmade features like glasses.
I would love to have something like that. I'd imagine that some companies would like to keep their skins non-edited, and non- hanged. And a few more ideas: All skin packs from now on would include 10 non-editable skins, and 10 swapable skins. Now don't be alarmed, this is only generates a default avatar for you to choose from, but provides a good starting point based on your gender. Here's how to swap out the stock player skin with a custom skin of your choice! How to upload a skin into Minecraft Now that you've either created a new skin or downloaded a pre-made skin, you can upload it into Minecraft.
The skin will be, by default, saved to your Downloads folder. Absolutely no personal information will be kept, other than to only notify the winner. I think this is an idea that is worth letting 4j know about. Is it really all that worthwhile to do so? Which skin are we talkin bout here again? Here's how to download a premade skin. After you have surpassed that it will generate a starting avatar for you to start editing.
Tweeting them might be a good place to start. Remember, they also create texture packs, and mash-up packs, and they could still earn money by selling licensed skins Such as Marvel, halo, etc. How to download a pre-made skin The website hosts a ton of skins made by other fans of Minecraft — you can download them and upload them into Minecraft. And make no mistake, that is the reason they sell skins- it has nothing to do with copyright. A basic Add-on Pack: Includes a few extra shirts, pants, sleeves, heads and other stuff. This way, 4j could continue to make money, and we would get new skin selection.
Certain licensed skins For example, some variations of iron man, some Spiderman skins should stay exclusive to a pre-built skinpack. Don't hold your breath, this is the equivalent of mods in the eyes of Microsoft, whose garden shall not ever hold a single weed of player-generated content. It really isn't for themselves as the player generally spends most of their time from the first person perspective for better overall visibility. Either approach is doable, but would require an additional programming interface to A, create the graphic in the first place and B, apply the skin to the player's avatar within the game. Any other way and they would be completely cannibalizing their own sales. Not on 360 atm Btw this seems like quite shallow evidence.
Each winner has 24 hours to claim the prize, or we will redraw a new winner. Thank you and have a nice day! Kind of like skin packs, but skin editor packs. I think the copy-right thing is kind of bull. I really think that there should be a Custom Skin Creator for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Even better to make yourself unique from the others you could deck yourself out with a sky rim head, spiderman suit, and some other cool designs. How does this work in a game like Call of Duty.
But this is something different, it will allow players to make skins that look like them, without microsoft getting involved and keeping the community happy. Also, some of the special model skins The wither should also stay exclusive because they have special skin models. Last time, I had a winner enter a fake email account and I couldn't reach the person, so we had to draw another winner. The editor pack there is, is the people pack. Anyway; This will never be supported. Wouldn't it be cool to have something as simple as that. Feel free to add any comments or questions, I always read them and almost always will respond, good or bad.