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I want to create a wall for a castle .Lets say that the image i want to fit to that wall is 4x4 (meters). And my mesh is 1.8(lenght)x5.3(height) [also in meters]. enter image description here I assumed that the uv area (i dont know what it is called , the one i circled) Is where the image is , which is 4x4 as mentioned.

So i smart unrapped it (stretch to uv bounds and correct aspect) enter image description here I also assumed that my uv unwrap is also 4v4 since my image fiting there was 4x4) Pressed R: 90 , (for rotation) then S: .25 (to scale my object bounds to 1x1) Then S: x 1.8 and S: y 5.3 to fit original size of mesh to image.enter image description here After that i did the same thing to another wall size 2.25x2.9 (meters) with the same picture and the result was that they had diffrent size of bricks. enter image description here

Pls i would apprieciate any help / tip . im kinda new . (the project is to exported to unity and im telling that cause of the nodes) . THanks in advance

*What im trying to say is , how to fit the same image to driffrent wall sizes, and keep image-brick size the same.

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  • $\begingroup$ Please crop pictures before uploading them. It is good practice to put effort into asking your question, it encourages others to put effort into their answer. $\endgroup$ – Merlin Nov 4 at 22:07
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what's up fellow beginner! Did you set the rotation and scale before unwrapping? In Object mode, select the Object and press Ctrl+A. Select Apply > Rotation & Scale. This is a helpful tip if you find your uv maps come out with weird aspect ratios.

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  • $\begingroup$ Hallo mate . I 've just tried what u said , and both "walls" were in x.y.z=1 also rotation to 0 , and ti didnt seam to work. (i cant upload a picture to show u im afraid , or dont know how :P ) .. here :files.fm/u/yda4s52p# $\endgroup$ – N.o naM.e Feb 2 at 16:58
  • $\begingroup$ Oh. Sorry then! But if you don't get your answer in a couple more days, there is always the emergency option that I use sometimes: hiring someone more knowledgeable to fix the problem from fiverr.com, lol. Good luck! $\endgroup$ – MimiBB Feb 4 at 12:05

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