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File: wat.jpg-(42 KB, 209x465)
I've imported this mesh...
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)13:09 UTC+1 No.412177 Report

I've imported this mesh into my scene and most of its faces are fucked when rendered. Anyone know the issue? Maya 2013.
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)13:20 UTC+1 No.412178 Report

Non render.
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)14:30 UTC+1 No.412184 Report

remove any double faces anon
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)14:30 UTC+1 No.412185 Report

I thought that was a photo of someone cosplaying as fucked up normals.
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)19:02 UTC+1 No.412214 Report

kinda thought so to for the first few moments, but I thought it was like a screen grab from like 'miami vice' turns out fucked up normals look like 80's fashion.
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)19:42 UTC+1 No.412220 Report

Probably some flipped normals. Make sure all the normals are aligned in the same direction.
Anonymous 02/27/14(Thu)23:08 UTC+1 No.412245 Report

That's /fa/shion as fuck, dude. Go with the flow.
Anonymous 02/28/14(Fri)00:12 UTC+1 No.412250 Report

Based on this image, I would say that your normals are fine.
The artifacts you're seeing are due to double faces.
You can tell because the renderer is having a hard time deciding which poly should go on top, so there's a hint of white poly behind it.
Anonymous 02/28/14(Fri)01:47 UTC+1 No.412266 Report

Looks like you've got two copies of the model in the same spot. Have you accidentally duplicated everything at some point?
Anonymous 02/28/14(Fri)01:59 UTC+1 No.412267 Report

moar like he's not using depth testing
Anonymous 02/28/14(Fri)08:32 UTC+1 No.412308 Report

Seeing how there's already a Maya texture issue thread, I'll post here.

Does anyone know what's causing this? Someone suggested inverted normals, but they look fine to me.
Anonymous 02/28/14(Fri)12:11 UTC+1 No.412321 Report

Anonymous 02/28/14(Fri)14:44 UTC+1 No.412327 Report

In your viewport, go to Lighting>Two Sided Lighting. If you can see the texture in those black areas when this is on, then it's the normals. Otherwise, those areas just don't have the same material for some reason, or those faces have UV's in spots that are black.
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