3D Layer Warps Backfacing Issue
by Christina Rooney on May 6, 2010 at 8:33:12 pm
I'm trying to apply an image to be the backfacing portion of my image in the 3D layer warps, but it's not working at all, looks like a stretched out gray mat coned behind the layer when I turn the layer. The backfacing image is a jpg, but I didn't think that would be an issue considering the image I used as a color map for the front side of the image was a jpg as well. The only thing I've thought of to troubleshoot it is if I duplicate the original layer, and make the backfacing image as the color map, and make all the positions 1pixel less. However, I'd REALLY rather not do that as there is a lot of 3d turning and it would kill me. Thanks!
Re: 3D Layer Warps Backfacing Issue by Edward Wu on May 6, 2010 at 10:02:48 pm
Sometimes, if the "Best Geometric Detail" setting is set too low, the backfacing image may not appear correctly. To fix this, increase the default valut of "60x60" to a higher value such as "400x400" and you should be able to see your backfacing image.