The title is a bit confusing, but I’ll explain what I mean. For example, if you were to negate a part and change it to black, unioning it with another part that’s a different color would make the part that was cut out black. Still confusing, but I’ll show pictures. Basically, my problem is that this feature doesn’t seem to be working for me anymore.
Before, unioning these parts would take account to the fact that the negated parts are black. With this, the part that was cut off would be black. However, this doesn’t happen anymore. Am I doing something wrong, or did this feature change?
Unfortunately, you can’t manipulate the colors of a UnionOperation in any way, by negating.
Parts added into a union will maintain their color from before they became part of the Union. However, by negating, you are removing instead of adding to the Union. This means that negating won’t edit the color of the negated region, since it’s just subtracting away, not adding.
I made this model around 2017-18, I dont completely remember (please ignore the fact that its sans). As you can see, the negated parts which are the eyes and the mouth are black on the inside. That was because the color of the negated part is black. However, with what I’ve noticed, this doesn’t work anymore.
Yeah, I think I just read something about that. But is it worth to swtich over to CSG v1? I don’t want to be running into any issues in my game, especially since I want it to be as optimized as possible.
Alright. I’ll try it anyways, and see if I encounter any problems. Also, from the thread you posted it seems when CSGv2 had a bit of issues, but it was quite a while ago so I’m not sure if those were fixed or not.