It’s hard to know what happens with a screenshot only (maybe you are experiencing z-fighthing?).
Are you able to share a repro in the Playground?
It looks like you have multiple overlapping faces but I’m new to Babylon and haven’t used the Ribbons yet so can’t offer anything from my end, sorry.
@Evgeni_Popov - they did add a link (click the screenshot )
Ah yes, thanks!
It seems the points of your path are wrong, but as we don’t know what you want to achieve, it’s hard to help more.
You should have a look at the ribbon documentation in case it helps:
we don’t know what you want to achieve
I clearly stated what I want to achieve
I simply expect to see a flat part
Given the explanations here about single path ribbon:
I don’t think it’s possible to do what you want with a single path. However, by splitting your points into two paths, you can do it like this:
Looks cool! Thank you for the solution!
Now I am thinking of creating a pentagon
var p1 = new BABYLON.Vector3(-9.683672280328846, -17.124734791785762, 3.601149002563143) var p2 = new BABYLON.Vector3(-9.637248018547881, -17.09232054035031, 3.8696670869405185) var p3 = new BABYLON.Vector3(-9.845919433584033, -16.948599896472967, 3.975063531896848) var p4 = new BABYLON.Vector3(-10.021309686474776, -16.89218996925528, 3.7716840280832176) var p5 = new BABYLON.Vector3(-9.921035439918924, -17.00104730057368, 3.540592164662228) var p5 = new BABYLON.Vector3(-9.921035439918924, -17.00104730057368, 3.540592164662228) var points = [[p1, p2, p3], [p5, p4, p3]];