I’m not really highly experienced with Blender and know barely anything advanced about it. So I’ve made this key mesh and for some reason the faces were inverted for all I knew. I’ve had this issue before, and I just turned on DoubleSided to solve it. However, the lighting seemed very off on this MeshPart.
As you can see on the image, the ring part of the key looks darker. Any way I can fix this? Again, I’m not really experienced with Blender.
Select the model and press tab to enter edit mode, then select the inverted faces (Press C to use circle select, it’s faster). Once you’ve selected all the inverted faces, press F3 and type in “flip normals” and hit enter.
I would like to help with this, but this could be several things.
What it could be.
This could be a blender problem.
I’m not highly experienced with blender, but this could mostly be a blender issue as multiple people have shared here on the DevForums it could be a blender thing that doesn’t import into Roblox Studio like it should.
I would do what @TmsDevv has suggested, as it sounds like he is more experience with Blender compared to me, I just build within Roblox Studio.
Mesh Properties are not the same as normal parts within Roblox.
All Mesh parts are different from normal parts within Studio.
The properties are different and are not the same, as I would check these on the Roblox Developer Hub.
Blender objects even if they are mesh, or not they will be the same like in Studio; like said before blender could have a big impact on it.
Like stated this could be one of these reasons, but it is hard to tell for us to know. As I do highly think it could be a blender thing, since a lot of people have problems with imported models from Blender .
You could flip the normal manually as I’ve done above. Or, you can recalculate the outside. Sometimes the latter messes up, but it can be useful when there are multiple faces with incorrect face orientation.