How to Make Glazed Terracotta Patterns in Minecraft
Glazed Terracotta was a Minecraft block that was added to the “World of Color” update (1.12) on June 7, 2017. This update is the one that also added concrete to the game.
Terracotta is available in 16 different designs and is mainly used as decoration. It is simple to make glazed terracotta. Simply melt a block of stained Terracotta in a furnace. The glazed version will have the same color as the original terracotta.
The photo below shows the main patterns and designs you can make with glazed Terracotta in Minecraft. The direction in which you face when placing the block will determine how it rotates.
You will need to play around with placements in different directions in order to create these patterns. Although there are many other patterns that could be created, these are the most common.
Tip The easiest way to get plain terracotta from Mesa biomes is by mining it. You can stain plain Terracotta with dyes in a crafting grid.
How To Use Glazed Terracotta in Minecraft
Glazed Terracotta is used primarily as decoration on floors and walls. It’s important to not overdo it because of the bright patterns. Otherwise your build will look tacky. It should be used sparingly, such as as a focal point for your floor or wall.
To create a mural, you can combine textures. The pattern below was created by Reddit user.
Minecraft Glazed Terracotta Pattern FAQs
- How can I find the perfect glazed terracotta design?
The direction in which you place the blocks will affect how they look. You can change the direction of the pattern by placing the blocks in different ways. For each corner of your pattern, you can rotate the blocks clockwise or counterclockwise.
- What’s the difference between hardened clay and terracotta?
They are one and the same thing. In a previous update, hardened clay was changed to terracotta.
- How can I change the color in terracotta?
After it has been stained or glaze, you cannot change the color. Plain terracotta can’t be dyed unless it has been crafted from smelting clay blocks, or mined in a Mesa biome.