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  1. hey guys, I did this test scene with a low poly and a high poly spheres (I also did a cage but it made no difference) the most important problems are: - (i think) it looks wrong if the high poly faces are outside the low poly surface (i think it's the darker areas on the map) - I can clearly see the low poly faces check it out, here's what I get using the bake texture rop: this is the Tangent-Space Normal (Nt) (displacement have the same problem) and that's how it looks like rendered with tangent normals applied. I will alse need to bake a procedural diffuse color but I'd like to focus on those other problems first. Once again, thank you /Alvaro Bake.rar