Cartesian "Bbbn192" Caramel has showcased one more LEGO-inspired animation.
3D Modeler/Animator and a certified Blender magician Cartesian "Bbbn192" Caramel has recently shared a new demo showcasing one more outstanding animation inspired by LEGO. This time, instead of a digital Starfighter from The Mandalorian, the creator demonstrated an unusual take on Blender's unofficial logo, depicting a LEGO-style version of Andrew Price's famous donut. Just like many of Cartesian's other projects, this blocky donut was made using Blender and its Geometry Nodes.
The creator has also shared the node graph behind the project, noting that the setup is originally from early 2021, so the nodes look slightly different:
Approved by Blender Guru himself:
If you would like to create similar animations, then you are in luck, as Cartesian's LEGO assembly effect is publically available and can be downloaded for free via the creator's Gumroad page. Please note that the effect in question only works with Blender 3.2 or higher. You can download the setup by clicking this link.
And here's a previous LEGO assembly animation shared by the artist back in June:
Earlier, the artist also demonstrated an amazing procedural spider robot animation, a neat fence-melting effect, a stunning branching paths VFX, a fully-functioning custom machine learning algorithm made with Geometry Nodes, a cool-looking robotic cable arm, and more. You can check out all of these projects and more by visiting the author's Twitter page.
We also recommend visiting Bbbn192's YouTube channel to check out some of the artist's detailed guides on how these incredible effects were made.