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TrueSpace - Using For Inside Game Levels

TrueSpace - Using For Inside Game Levels

TrueSpace - Using For Inside Game Levels

Hi All

Been playing with the trial version of TS5 from the point of view of using TS for producing inside levels for games (rooms) - with little luck so far. I appreciate that this is more than likely down to my inexperience and that I may not be going about it correctly.

I've been starting off with a normal box primitive for the room and modifying/building on the inside. I've had to flip the faces to allow me to zoom inside the box to work and it's been OK so far.

But, when I render the scene the external sides of the box block the view of the inside - which suggests to me I'm doing it wrong.

Is what I want to do possible with TS?

If not, anyone enlighten me or point me to where I can find info on the right way please?


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