QUESTION Double sided material

Discussion in 'Car Models | Physics' started by yDNA, Apr 6, 2018.

  1. yDNA

    yDNA New Member

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    Hello, i'm new here.

    I'm making a new car from a Blender model of mine. I successfully loaded a prototype in game and are actually trying to understand the shaders/materials topic.

    In my specific case I would need a double sided material to apply on the windshield mesh of my model (mesh is actually visible only on normals side).

    I'm not sure if I have to use some specific shader or any other modeling technique.

    Thanks for any comment.
     
  2. AccAkut

    AccAkut Member

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    AC does not use double sided. Just copy the mesh and invert normals on the copy. In case of the windscreen you should use separate materials, ksReflection on the outside, but ksWindscreen on the inside. Texture can be the same
     
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