In reply to vangden:
So, you want me to help you making this things? If so, we can talk like on discord or some other social, you can write me a private message with your contact information.
In reply to rkz_bloodex:
It can be an entity file has been corrupted, try reinstall the mod. Check also if the mods you have installed don't have a depending mod to work.
In reply to 1zeed_stun1:
Wait, are you sure the mod files are .rar files or they have only the WinRar logo? If you have checked the jar files too on the WinRar installation process, it will use it to open that type of files and the winrar logo will be represented on all the integrated files. Open WinRar, go to Options, Configuration and then Integration on the extreme right, uncheck Jar. Either, if it's really a .rar file extension, open it and check if there is a .jar file in, if yes try to extract the files whit WinRar...but from default on curse forge the mods are published as .jar file.
In reply to ColtRuger:
May be stupid to say, but check if you haven't set a fps limit in the graphic settings of minecraft menu, maybe set it to a 90fps max limit other ways in your case. Also check your monitor refresh rate is set to an high value in the advanced monitor settings. Like others says don't allocate too much ram on minecraft, go like a maximum of 2/3 of your current ram if you want to overdo and don't use heavy programs at the same time in that case (if you have less of 8GB ram go to an half of the ram amount...reader).
In reply to strawberryjammyy:
There is a section on the MCreator software where you can create your own particle, you can make the particle element there and ad a custom code. This is the official site page, give it a try: https://mcreator.net