Hello, recently I began working on my first game, a maze horror/sci-fi game, of the members of my team Im the one who basically creates the mazes, so yesterday I tried to create one of the mazes in Blender instead of UE4 since I read it could be done faster, now my problem is as soon as I import it, I get four files, the skeletal mesh, the physics asset, the skeleton and the material and whenever I place the skeletal mesh of the map it is so small its almost invisible, so my question is am I doing something wrong while importing it or did I miss something along the way?
thanks in advance for your help, im very new to the world of game development.
Blender units =/= UE4 units.
When you export your model from blender to your desired format (fbx,obj… etc); I assume that you are using FBX, adjust the scale up to 100 instead of 1.00
This will work.
Have a great day.
In Unreal Engine. Just click on your maze model and hit edit. Select Auto Convex collision (down on the bottom) under collision tab That should bring up a list of settings to allow you to change the accuracy and the number of hull verts
on your maze area.