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5th May 2007, 12:38 PM
I've been working on an armoire and I almost have it all done. But one issue doesn't want to go away. Parts of the doors are transparent. I have no idea why it is doing it.
I've checked the alphablend mode and it is set to none. I've even gone so far as to import a different matdef from an object that doesn't have that problem and still it's semi see through.
Is this something that can be fixed or am I just stuck with it?
Thanks for the help
5th May 2007, 02:40 PM
Which part of it is not supposed to be transparent? Can you include the package, please? :)
5th May 2007, 08:20 PM
The glass inside the doors is supposed to be transparent but it almost looks like the front faces of the wood part of the doors is transparent. At first I thought it was because I had part of the glass transparency on the wood texture so I split them up and it's still strange looking.
Thanks for taking a look. It is probably something simple that I have overlooked from frustration of spending days going back and forth between programs trying to fix the numerous issues I've had. I can't complain much about it though, seems like I learn more when my stuff doesn't work than when it does.
Do you think maybe the faces on the doors are facing the wrong direction?
6th May 2007, 04:52 PM
Oops, nevermind. It didn't even hit me that the faces might be facing the wrong direction until last night when I was replying. I checked it today and that was the problem, turns out a few of my faces were the wrong way. I wondered why part of my mesh was black in Milkshape. It's fixed now, thankfully.
Sorry to have bothered you guys. Wish I had thought of that problem before I posted.
Thanks for taking the time to help
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