KK for awhile now I never would even apply so much more than a base color to my models, I’m color blind so it really becomes more of a hassle than its worth. And I’ve always been happy with UV Mapping to get that base color. But I’ve been fiddling around with textures lately to add a bit more realism to my work.
My wife got the chance to sit down and watch as I worked the other day goofing around with a bunch of different textures trying to get my basketball to “look” exactly like a new basketball. She said the second I placed the first pattern on the image (I’m guessing she’s talking about texture here) the part of my model with the pattern on it turns pinkish and the part without is the same color it started out. She said also, the more patterns the more the pink starts to take over.
What is she talking about? Has my wife finally crossed the line that seperates sane from insane?
Again, I’ve got no issues with it the way it is…everything looks decent to me. But to have all of my models that get textured being colored half pink would be kinda defeat the purpose as the illusion of reality would only affect me. Noone else is going to say wow that banana looks so real no matter what I see. They’ll say, “Wow…I don’t think I’ve ever seen a pink banana…on a pink table with pink chocolate syrup poured all over it” kk so I started rambling here…but you get my point lol
Any guesses as to what’s happening? Any solutions as to how to fix it from constantly happening? Even if you just have my textures from now end up being some other color…nothing is worse than trying to make an intimidating Marine Corps Delta Force Sniper and have him turn out half pink!! Now blue I could play off lol!