I’ve taken a look at a few similar issues on this forum, but I don’t think I’ve found one describing my exact issue. Part of the problem is I don’t know exactly what terminology to use.
I am using UV mapping to assign colors to entire faces in blender. This is a method followed by the youtuber I’m watching for low poly (Imphenzia). Basically, I scale the UVs down to a tiny number and just drag the entire thing into the color I want:
Everything looks great in blender, but when I move over to Babylon.js, the colors are off. My best guess is that the colors are being blended together for some reason.
I got some help from the Babylon.js discord, but the advice was mostly geared towards blender. I tried the advice, but noticed no difference because things were already appearing correctly in blender, and the settings changes didn’t affect anything in Babylon.js.
The advice was this:
UV coordinates, at least in Blender, take into account baking margins. Which can lead to color coordinates bleeding into white-space coordinates, and vice-versa. The default baking margin is
Changing the baking margin didn’t affect anything in blender, nor in babylon js.
You might also try disabling GLB [Draco] compression if you have it enabled to see if that makes a difference when having white-space. I know you removed white-space recently, so that probably isn’t the issue, but compression is known to bleed / blend colors.
I have disabled compression on my glb export, but no effect.
Please let me know if I can provide any additional information. I’m pretty new to 3D modeling in general and so I’m absolutely lost as to what could be going on here.