Setting up Interior - Exterior Walls
I’m new to UE4 but I have a fair understanding with 3ds Max. So Exporting FBX files, unwrapping UV channels etc is a new thing to me.
I’ve started a new project; it’s a small apartment I’m working on. I need some advice setting up my walls. Below IV created 2 methods. Id would like to know which method is the best going forward when working with UE4.
I created individual boxes for each wall. I use proboolean to create my door and window openings. From there i convert my boxes to editable mesh and unwrap.
I extrude my interior splines. I also extrude my exterior spline separately (hidden in image below), but this can get tedious when creating my openings for my doors and windows. I use the shell modifier when working with a single room but it’s not the same when working with several rooms.
Any advice would be appreciated.
asked Aug 25 '15 at 09:54 AM in Using UE4
Luckily, you can use any method that you want to create meshes. The end result going into the engine will be the same. You just choose the workflow that works best for you. It sounds like Method One is your choice =)
Hope that helps.
answered Aug 25 '15 at 10:26 AM
I suggest you just build this wall by 1 object, dont using extude from spline, and just extude poly face from 1 box
answered Aug 25 '15 at 12:11 PM
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