Flip an image to see the reverse side.

Project:Blender
Component:Miscellaneous
Category:support request
Priority:normal
Assigned:Unassigned
Status:active
Project wiki:Blender wiki
Related pages:#551: Materials and Textures :-:-: #556: Achieving specific effects
Description

For #525: Blender animation of script

I want to show an image, and flip it over to reveal another image in the other side. This is something simple but I don't know how it should be done best:
use one plane? Does a plane have two sides?
Use two planes?
Use a flattened cube?

How to assign different textures (images) to different sides of the cube?

Comments

#1

Related pages:+551: Materials and Textures

wiki.

#3

Currently, I don't see how to link two existing materials to a mesh...

#4

#5

Ok, I got it. It's confusing, though. Ergo: #553: [#18955] Process to add several materials to object confusing

#6

Answer: a plane has only one side. Affecting a material to one side also affects the other side...
So I must use two planes or a flat cube.

#7

Related pages:+556: Achieving specific effects

wiki.