What are Minecraft-Skins?

Minecraft, developed by Mojang, is about building fantasy worlds with blocks. Minecraft skins define each player's appearance, primarily his or her colour and how they will look in the game.

Minecraft-Skins — 002cris

Rank: 46,167

Hi, I'm 002cris

I've been seen 88 times.
This makes me rank 46,167 out of 707,038 players.
I was first seen on 07/02/2014 - 294 days ago
I was last seen by someone new on 28/11/2014 - a few seconds ago
My UUID is 00a4e03a4ac149d29efbf01aacebcc9c
I've got 1 skin (current skin) in the database.

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Default Minecraft skin?

The first time you play the game, you are automatically allocated the default skin known as "Steve". Players alter their skins for a number of reasons, primarily to emphasise their individuality. Depending on which texture pack you are using, your skin might look slightly different. Essentially, Steve is a man with bare arms wearing a turquoise tee shirt and blue trousers.

How can you alter Minecraft skins?

Your skin can be altered using a number of online skin editing programs. In most programs you start with a "blank canvas" skin which is divided into a 2048 pixels each of which goes to make up a tiny area of the body, and each of which can be set to any colour. Once your skin is complete, you then download it from the editor program to your local computer, and then upload to your Minecraft account at minecraft.net

How can I copy someone else's skin?

This can be easily achieved right here from this site. Use the "Random Search" at the top of this page until you find a skin that you like. Click on the skin and from our Skin Veiwer page click the button "Use this skin" and connect to your Mojang account. Alternatively, from within the game, note down any player name whose skin you like. Then enter it into the search box above. More information about is available on our skin stealer page.

Are there any other special skin effects?

Did you know that there is a 2nd layer of skin around player's faces? Yes - this is transparent by default, and is only 1 pixel thick. But it can be edited and allows for additional facial or head accessories such as a moustache, glasses, ears and hair. This additional layer is only 1 pixel wide, so the options are a bit limited, but by changing it will give your Minecraft player something special!