I am creating 1 scene in my game that would use a 3D asset - a cube, that I would like to rotate to show its different faces. My game is set up for URP 2D, and the game uses an orthographic camera.
First, is this possible to do - or would I have to use a perspective camera?
Here is what I have tried:
- Using a perspective camera. But everytime I add a cube to the scene, it's showing as one big blob when rotated around, and is grey, probably because I don't know where/if I can add 2D directional light - I don't think that'll work with a 3D cube? When I add 3D directional light, it doesn't seem to work.
- Changed the material of the cube.
Here is what I have currently tried:
This is my cube, using an orthographic camera, but without any directional light. So this makes sense to me.
This is now a perspective camera set-up with a nice directional light hitting it directly.
However, it looks like this.
I would like for it to look like a standard cube with shadows, etc. It looks like a grey blob at the moment. How do I fix this, and also is it possible to show that it is a cube using an orthographic camera?
2D URP Pipeline Steps
I was asked to recreate the steps in a new scene, so here we go:
Note the camera settings/size/etc. It's a skybox, but it still shows up as a blue background on the camera.
As you can see here, directional light has been added, facing the cube. The global light 2D is also in this scene.
Nothing seems to change the flatness and blue background? Toggling 2D on and off does not work either.