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Old 09-09-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default faces rendering strangely (one side is blacked out)

hi guys,
im using maya for uni so i have switched from 3ds max (huzzah)

Anyway,
It's kinda hard to explain what the problem is, so i have upload two pictures (wireframe and textured)

There are no lights in the scene.
basically, it is not a complex scene so i cant understand why the textures (grid) render weirdly.




Let me know if the links are dud, or if i have used a bad upload site etc. etc.

thanks guys
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Are the face normals facing the right direction?
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it looks okay to me

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Normals>Set vertex normal
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Is that a Tron set?
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haha, pretty much, its a group project and we were struggling for ideas of artistic style so someone said tron and everyone agreed on the spot
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