Material seems inverted on destructible mesh
I have an imported FBX mesh from zBrush. It imported without anomalies or error messages of any kind.
I have a very basic material applied to the mesh (which I turned into a destructible mesh using the Apex plugin)
I have a very simple test environment setup where if I press the (1) key on the keyboard, damage is applied to the mesh and it crumbles correctly.
Here's my problem.
The material I have applied looks like a marble-blue. With the material applied the mesh simply takes on a monotone light blue color(Not correct) but when I destroy the mesh and it crumbles, the insides appear correct, as the marble-blue material.(Not the monotone color.)
I have no idea what is causing this. I can upload screen caps if need be. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edit:(I've added Screenshots) Monotone Color (incorrect)
Destroyed Mesh (Correct Color)
Destructible meshes and their materials appear to be acting ... off ... in 4.20. That said, where the solution SHOULD be is in the destructible object itself. If you double click to open it, you can set the material options under the Destructible Settings tab. It may also be that the Interior Element index is reversed which will be under the fracture settings at the bottom.
You should also be able to select your mesh in the scene and reverse the materials in the details window. If none of these work, it may be due to some apparent problems with the destructible plugin at the moment.
answered Nov 08 '18 at 04:32 PM
It was the Normal map. I was simply overlooking the fact that I had no normal map on my Marble (lerp'd) material.
After adding the normal map I had to change the resolution around do the UV options. Sadly, I op'ted for a low poly model so the resolution wasn't good enough to justify having a blended material. But, for anyone else out there that happens to stumble across the same issue..... CHECK YA NORMAL MAP BRAH!
answered Nov 11 '18 at 06:06 AM
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