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I have a little problem with my mesh

I have a little problem with my mesh I can look into how I can fix that alt text

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asked May 07 '17 at 01:38 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image cmarston74 May 07 '17 at 02:39 PM

That looks like your UVs on the right side are mirrored incorrectly. Check in your DCC tool, (Max, Maya, Blender, etc.) and ensure the UVs on the right pack are not reversed accidentally. The surfaces do not appear to be interpenetrating just looks like the UVs on the right pack are flipped horizontally.

Can you post a picture of your texture map and your UVs?

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I'm not a 3d artist but I may say common ways to solve this problem. First, You may have overlapping U'vs causing the issue. Second, the mes maybe mixing with your clothes, the lazy way would to overlap that pouch u'v on that particular side. I would do a more complicated blocking method but that warrants another discussion

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answered May 07 '17 at 01:43 PM

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avatar image MilchFreunde May 07 '17 at 01:49 PM

i dont have overlapping U`vs But thanks for the quick reply

avatar image krisgoku2 May 07 '17 at 01:55 PM

Your mesh may be sinking into each other. For example.... The pouch is underneath the jacket... Like when character hair go through their clothes on some video games

avatar image krisgoku2 May 07 '17 at 01:51 PM

Dont forget about the mesh overlapping not due to uvs but colliw

avatar image MilchFreunde May 07 '17 at 01:52 PM

How do you mean that?

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That looks like your UVs on the right side are mirrored incorrectly. Check in your DCC tool, (Max, Maya, Blender, etc.) and ensure the UVs on the right pack are not reversed accidentally. The surfaces do not appear to be interpenetrating just looks like the UVs on the right pack are flipped horizontally.

Can you post a picture of your texture map and your UVs?

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answered May 07 '17 at 02:40 PM

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