Experimenting With Geometry Nodes In Blender

TomekS shared a couple of awesome examples of how Geometry Nodes can be used. 

TomekS, a game developer at Lykke Studios, likes to experiments with new technologies. The developer's current interests are procedural techniques and different shaders. Check out a couple of procedural setups made with Geomtry Nodes by the artist. 

The first procedural work we wanted to share is a cool stylized tower with adjustable heights and a couple of extra details.

Also, check out a cool Lego generator that lets the developer quickly generate new details and adjust shapes. The developer was also kind enough to share the final graph.

Finally, the artist shared a look at procedural pipes driven by a polyline using Blender's geometry nodes. "This is a very popular exercise in Houdini, was curious if it's doable in Blender (3.0 alpha), and with a few "dirty" tricks it most definitely is," noted the developer.

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