This delicious artwork was made by Bbbn192 with Geometry Nodes.
Have a look at this mouth-watering baking bread animation created by Cartesian "Bbbn192" Caramel, a renowned 3D Modeler and Animator known to many for his outstanding Blender-powered projects. According to the creator, the project was set up using Geometry Nodes without blendshapes. "It mixes between two meshes' locations based on the Z-gradient," commented the creator.
Since the animation looked so realistic that some even had trouble believing that it was CG, the author also shared the wireframe version:
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, fantastic LEGO assembly effects, and more. You can check out all of these projects and more by visiting the author's Twitter page.
Last year, 3D Artist and Tutorial-Maker known as Cheuqs demonstrated a similar baking bread simulation, set up in Blender with Shape Keys, a robust toolset that can be used to deform objects into new shapes for animation: