Are you looking for the Minecraft shaders that can make water look fresh? If the answer to the question is yes, then you might want to try Sushi Shader. What is Sushi Shader? Have you ever heard about the name before?
Sushi Shader is the name of a shader based on the Chocapic13’s Shader. It was created by username Strum355. This one makes the world feel more alive with its vibrant colors and sparkling waters. Aside from that, it also adds in colored shadows in order to make translucent objects like windows look much more realistic. The colors really do pop from the screen with this shader with the added bonus of a richer level of detail when it comes to reflective surfaces, water will distort your reflection just like it does in real life.
Should you use Sushi Shader? Sushi Shader is really pretty and is at par in quality with most triple A Shader packs. However, for those who are using a low-end or even a medium spec device, then you might want to avoid it or all AAA packs in general. But if you have a superior device, then it will guarantee that you will enjoy a more immerse Minecraft experience with the realistic features of it like stained glass shadows, wind simulation, volumetric lighting, and many other ones. It is perfect for making cinematic videos as it makes the game a lot of more beautiful.
Sushi Shader v2 for Minecraft 1.12.2 and 1.11.2
- Modified Water
- New fog
- New clouds
- Mac OSX support
- Caustics (WIP)
- Improved POM
- Improved Specular
How do you install Sushi Shader? Sushi Shader has the standard installation procedure. Before installing, you need to make sure that you have the needed mod (Optifine or GLSL Shader) and your graphics card driver is up to date. To install and use it properly, the first thing that you have to do is to download the pack from the sites such as Shaders Mods. Then, launch Minecraft with the mod Optifine installed. The next thing that you have to do is to go to Minecraft home screen > Options > Video Settings > Shaders. After that, press the button Open Shaderpack folder to open a separate window outside the game. The fifth one is to copy and paste the pack inside the folder. In the end, you can use this shader pack inside Minecraft and have fun.
Aside from Sushi Shader, you may also want to try Natural Mystic Shaders. This one’s for Minecraft Bedrock Edition aiming to be as realistic as possible. This shader will change a lot of aspects of your game, some which includes moonlight, torch light, shadows, sunlight, and other. It features shadows, non-blocky clouds, waves for water and leaves (but not plants), camera-angle dependent transparency and specular light for water, improved torch light with flickering effect, desaturation under a bad weather condition, exposure adjustment, tone mapping, and contrast filter, and sunlight and moonlight colors with night time desaturation.