Halstead Hue Texture Pack – A fresh spin on an old classic.
Imagine the default (AKA Vanilla) Minecraft texture pack. You’re very familiar with it, and you can see how (if this doesn’t apply to you) someone could hate to change it, correct? Well, the Explicit Exposure pack is here to relieve you purists of your texture pack woes for good. Those looking to freshen up their experience while also only wanting to get their feet wet can feel free to try out this pack.
What the Halstead Hue (formerly Explicit Exposure) pack simply does is take the default textures of Minecraft and brighten them up. Confusing, right? Sarcasm aside, that’s all there is to it. This may not excite most texture pack enthusiasts, but for those out there (such as myself) this is great. While some want a new look for Minecraft, they don’t exactly wish to go all-out with a brand new color scheme and style that almost all packs bring. Also, you will need Optifine or MCPatcher for this pack. While a standard-definition texture pack, it does use an HD font, so you should prepare accordingly.
Now for some screenshots of the texture pack.