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Dumb Question About The Inside of a Prim


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I'm trying to make a sphere that is opaque black on the inside. When I create one however, the inside is transparent. How would I go about making the inside a color?

I feel like there is an extremely simple solution to this that I still haven't gotten to >_>

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Make it hollow, would be one way.  Path Cut can allow you to easily see what you are doing on the inside.

Another would be to add another that is "inside out".  I think that is done by setting Twist Begin and End to extremes.

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I don't know of a way to torture a sphere outside-in. If there is one, that would leave the outside transparent, exposing the inside as well. Hollowing the sphere is the only solution I know of. That creates a second surface for you to texture and leaves the outside undisturbed.

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