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I created a sculpt, then retopologyzed it via Poly Build Tool and Shrinkwrap-Modifier. Now I'm trying to bake a normal map for the low-poly object but its really not looking like it should. The normal map looks ok to me, but every island of the uv-mesh looks totally diffrent in viewport and render. It looks to me a little like the normals were partially flipped, but I already recalculated them. So that should not be the problem, I guess. Maybe it is a Blender 2.8 problem. What do you think?

Here are some images: Overlapping Objects Overlapping Objects

Normal map Normal map

The strange result of the normal map The strange result of the normal map. Note that these are exactly the seams of my unwrap.

High-poly (left) and low-poly (right) High-poly (left) and low-poly (right)

Material nodes Material nodes

Thank you for your time! :)

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Well, now it works. The only thing I did differently from the other times was to disconnect the Image Texture Node and changing the Color Space to Non-Color before the baking. I can't change the Color Space afterwards, this is new in Blender 2.8.

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