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Procedural Goldfish Animations Created With Blender

Bbbn192 took a page from Masataka Hakozaki's book and showcased some impressive fish animations.

Cartesian "Bbbn192" Caramel, a renowned 3D Modeler and Animator whose outstanding Blender-made projects never fail to impress us, has recently showcased a couple of cool test animations set up with the open-source 3D software.

This time, the creator wowed us with smooth procedural fish animations that somewhat resemble Masataka Hakozaki's Unity-powered goldfish simulations that were covered numerous times here on 80 Level. According to the artist, the fish animations were set up leveraging Blender's Geometry Nodes toolset.

Earlier, the artist also demonstrated a delicious baking bread simulation, 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, fantastic LEGO assembly effects, 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.

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