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painting

This article covers the painting. For the frame for displaying objects, see frame.

painting represent lower-resolution versions of oil paintings in Minecraft, the creator of which, with one exception, is Kristoffer Zetterstrand.

Paintings are not blocks, they are objects. Because of this, they have many properties that one would normally not expect from placeable objects. So z. B. light penetrate through them unhindered and they are not blocked by a block such. B. displaces a torch or a carpet and can coexist with this in the same position. Paintings are not flammable.

Extraction [edit]

Manufacture [edit]

To make a painting, you need a block of wool in the middle and eight sticks around it. The color of the wool has no influence on the motif of the painting.

Surname ingredients Input »Output
paintingFloor +
Wool

Dismantling

Once a painting is in place, it can be made to fall off the wall with a single blow and then be collected. But a blow is not even absolutely necessary, because if the painting is hit by a thrown egg, a snowball, an Ender pearl or even a projectile like an arrow or a fireball, it will also come off. This continues to happen if one of the blocks to which the painting is attached disappears, or if an explosion occurs in the vicinity, within the radius of which the painting hangs.

Use [edit]

Place [edit]

When placing a painting, a random motif is selected in the maximum size that the available space allows. The block that you click to place a painting is not the corner, but the reference point of the painting. It is listed for each motif in the table below.

Secret entrances [edit]

A painting does not cover any gaps in a wall. If you subsequently remove a block behind the painting, it will fall down. But among other things The following blocks are also possible as a painting background: Doors, trap doors, fence gates, pressure plates and wall signs. These blocks can be used to create openings behind a painting. Since paintings do not have a collision box, they can be traversed unhindered by any being. This can be used in particular for the very easy implementation of secret entrances. When placing on blocks that would open when clicked, pressing the sneak key at the same time helps. While other players are easily fooled this way, creatures are not confused. Since their path-finding algorithm only looks for blocks as obstacles, the holes covered by paintings are viewed as a simple passage and the secret passage is exposed.

Motives [edit]

There are 26 different motifs. Depending on the motif, the hitbox always has a different size; the corresponding column therefore specifies the width and height in each case. The depth of paintings is constant, it is 0.0625 blocks.

The id name is used for the NBT property Motifs needed at command. The Reference point is the block that was clicked or specified with the command to put the painting on the wall. It is located in the center of the painting or, due to the block grid, near it.

The Minecraft paintings are based on oil paintings, the title of which is given under "Original".

painting size original description ID name Reference point
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
Kebab with tre pepperoniA kebab wrapped in paper with three hot peppers.kebab
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
de_aztec (2002)Look at the in observer mode de_aztec-Map from the computer game Counter-Strike.aztec
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
AlbanianA man in Albanian folk costume stands in a garden next to a house and a bush.alban
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
de_aztec (2002)Another picture in observer mode on the de_aztec-Map from the computer game Counter-Strike.aztec2
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
Target successfully bombed (2002)Another picture in observer mode, this time on the de_dust2-Map from the computer game Counter-Strike. The title of the picture alludes to the success message in the computer game.bomb
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
ParadisträdStill life of two money tree plants, which are called "Paradisträd" in Swedish.plans
1 × 1 blocks
16 × 16 pixels
Wasteland (2005)A rabbit sits on a windowsill overlooking a wasteland.wasteland
1 × 2 blocks
16 × 32 pixels
Wanderer (2008)A man in a suit and walking stick crosses a rocky plain. Based on the painting "The Wanderer above the Sea of ​​Fog" by Caspar David Friedrich, a Romantic artist.walker
1 × 2 blocks
16 × 32 pixels
Graham (2003)
and The golden apple (2006)
"Sir Graham", the main character from the computer game King's Quest.graham
2 × 1 blocks
32 × 16 pixels
The pool (2008)Men and women bathing, based on an old painting.pool
2 × 1 blocks
32 × 16 pixels
Bonjour Monsieur Courbet (2003)Two hikers with pointed beards. Based on the painting "Bonjour Monsieur Courbet" by the realistic artist Gustave Courbet.courbet
2 × 1 blocks
32 × 16 pixels
Seaside (2005)A photo, a plant and a sculpture with birds stand on a windowsill overlooking a coast.
Up to Alpha1.1.1, the Minecraft version of the plant had pale colors, like the original oil painting, after which it was stronger.
sea
2 × 1 blocks
32 × 16 pixels
Alternative version of the "Seaside" painting with a creeper instead of the plant.creebet
2 × 1 blocks
32 × 16 pixels
sunset_dense (2003)A mountain range at sunset.sunset
2 × 2 blocks
32 × 32 pixels
Match (2009)A hand lighting a pixelated fire with a match.match
2 × 2 blocks
32 × 32 pixels
Bust (2009)A bust surrounded by pixelated fire. The bust could be of the Roman emperor and philosopher Mark Aurel.[1]bust
2 × 2 blocks
32 × 32 pixels
The stage is set (2006)A window sill built as a stage with a picture from the computer game "Space Quest" with the figure "Graham" from the computer game King's Quest.
Up to Alpha1.1.1, the Minecraft version showed a small spider, like the original oil painting, then a large one.
stage
2 × 2 blocks
32 × 32 pixels
The Void (2009)A praying angel from an old painting kneels in front of a black void in which a pixelated fire can be guessed.void
2 × 2 blocks
32 × 32 pixels
Moonlight Installation (2009)A skeletal skull at night with red flowers. The original oil painting does not show flowers, but a seated woman looking at a skeleton.skull_and_roses
2 × 2 blocks
32 × 32 pixels
The structure for creating the Witherboss.
This Minecraft painting is not based on any work by Kristoffer Zetterstrand.
wither
4 × 2 blocks
64 × 32 pixels
Fighters (2007)Two fighters from the computer game "International Karate" on a river.fighters
4 × 3 blocks
64 × 48 pixels
Mortal Coil (2003)A skeleton in a ballet shoe on a windowsill. Allusion to the character "Bruno Martinez" from the computer game "Grim Fandango", who lies in a very small coffin.skeleton
4 × 3 blocks
64 × 48 pixels
Kong (2003)Representation of the video game "Donkey Kong".donkey_kong
4 × 4 blocks
64 × 64 pixels
Pointer (2008)The main character from the computer game "International Karate", pointed to by a hand. Also an allusion to the painting by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel, in which God's hand touches Adam's hand. In the background the painting "Winter Landscape with Church" by Caspar David Friedrich.pointer
4 × 4 blocks
64 × 64 pixels
RGB (2008)A girl from an old painting that points to a sheet of parchment with the image of a pig (originally three blocks in red, green and blue).pigscene
4 × 4 blocks
64 × 64 pixels
Skull on Fire (2010)A skull in pixelated fire under a Minecraft moon. (Possibly a reference to skeletons in the game that burn in the light, but in the picture it is night and not day).burning_skull

NBT data [edit]

  • painting has the object ID "painting"
    • General object properties
    • Motives: The ID name of the subject on the painting.
    • TileX: X coordinate of the block in which the object is located
    • TileY: Y coordinate of the block in which the object is located
    • TileZ: Z coordinate of the block in which the object is located
    • Facing: The direction in which the painting points: 0 is south, 1 is west, 2 is north and 3 is east.

Trivia

  • The texture on the back of a painting is the mirrored texture of the wooden boards in a different shade of brown, which is a bit lighter or darker depending on the direction of the compass.
  • Aside from frames, paintings are the only objects whose hitbox does not have a square base.
  • Paintings are often used in resource packs to showcase the work of other artists or the creator of the resource pack. Sometimes they are also z. B. converted into curtains, which then have a transparent part through which you can look.

Gallery [edit]

  • An overview of all paintings

  • A karateka painting in a hut

  • A Wither painting in a hut

  • A skeleton painting in a hut

  • A creeper painting in a cabin

References Edit]

History [edit]

The recipe from the painting looked before Infdev7. June 2010 looks like this:

Version history of the Java Edition
Indev23. February 2010
Infdev7. June 2010
  • The recipe for the painting is changed, instead of wooden boards you need sticks
Alpha1.1.1
  • Two motifs improved (Sea, Stage) five new motifs added: "Graham", "Creebet", "Skeleton", "DonkeyKong" and "Pigscene"
Beta1.3
  • Another motif added: "Flaming Skull"
Beta1.7.3
  • Paintings break when moved with a piston and can be collected
Beta1.8(Beta 1.8-pre1)
Full version 1.0(Beta 1.9-pre6)
  • Paintings can no longer receive critical hits
Full version 1.4
12w36a
  • Another motif added: "Wither"
1.4.1-pre
  • The wither image can be placed
Full version 1.8(14w10a)
  • Improved handling of the positioning of paintings
    • Among others, they can no longer overlap
Full version 1.11(16w32a)
  • The object ID is changed from “Painting” to “painting”
Full version 1.12(17w06a)
  • A painting always tries to take on the largest possible form when placed on the given wall surface
Full version 1.13(18w02a)
  • All motifs are given new, uniform ID names with a minecraft namespace
Full version 1.14(19w07a)
  • Paintings are now broken down into individual textures
Version history of the console edition
TU1CU11.00Patch 1
TU11CU11.00Patch 1
  • The upper limit for paintings in a world is increased
TU14CU11.04 Patch 1
  • Another motif added: "Wither"
TU43CU331.36 Patch 13
  • There are new sounds for paintings