Chisel by tterrag, Drullkus, and minecreatr

This mod was originally created by AUTOMATIC_MAIDEN, ported to 1.7.2 by asie, then maintained by Pokefenn and Cricket. It is currently maintained by tterrag, Drullkus, and minecreatr.

It is a fork of the “Chisel 2” project, and is fully compatible with worlds that were created using that mod.

 

What does this mod do?


Chisel adds a huge variety of static, decorative blocks to the game. The mod is very useful for people who like the construction aspect of Minecraft.

Access to new blocks is provided mostly through one tool, the chisel. The iron chisel is created with a iron ingot and a stick in a diagonal pattern.

Right clicking opens the chiseling interface.

Place a block in the chiseling slot (top left)  and you may turn it in the same group.

 

Chisel also adds two new other items, the Ball O’ Moss, and the Cloud In a Bottle. Right clicking these items will throw them, in the same way as how snowballs are thrown. On impact these blocks will do a variety of different things.

The Ball O’ Moss will change all the nearby blocks into their moss variants, for example, turning Stone Brick into Mossy Stone Brick, likewise with Cobblestone.

The Cloud in the Bottle with create a large amount of clouds on impact.

Smashing rock will decay the blocks it hits in a splash area of affect.

 

Other Information


Legacy Downloads and other information is available on http://minecraft.curseforge.com/mc-mods/224329-chisel-1-7

Please report bugs on the issue tracker!

Chisel is licensed under GPL2.

Chisel is free to use in any modpacks, without permission.

The source code is available here: https://github.com/Chisel-Team/Chisel

 

Want to talk to us, join us on irc.esper.net #ChiselTeam

 

Spotlights


 

iskall85

 

Credits


A lot of textures are from the Painterly pack: http://painterlypack.net/

AUTOMATIC_MAIDEN: The original author, Pokefenn the maintainer for 1.7.10

Asie: Porting the mod to 1.7.2

Cricket: Maintaining mod for 1.7.10.

All the people who helped with code, or donated textures