The title says it all pretty much. Is there a way for me to reverse the normals of my models in UE4? The reason I would like to do this is because I have used planes to model the base of my level. Some models I need to reverse the normals of for example when I duplicate an inner wall and want it to keep the same shape as an outer wall. Rather than exporting the same model twice but with the normals flipped I would like to know if this can be done in UE4.
In that case do what HaxO said (turn on double sided geometry), but also open up the material applied to it and check “Two Sided” as well, build/save the material, and you should then get an image on both sides.
Hope that is more helpful… Is double sided what you are looking for or just completely flipping it? If you want that (and rotating the mesh is not an option) you will need to edit the model in a 3d program unfortunately.
Yeah I thought of doing it that way but wondered if it was possible in UE4 without exporting the model twice. I have taken a different approach now and I have added some thickness rather than using planes as the walls will have doorways and windows. Thanks for the replies though! XD