The Most Creative Way to Delete the Default Cube in Blender

Michael P. demonstrated a stunning melting butter simulation powered by Geometry Nodes.

3D Blender Artist Michael P., a.k.a. Pyronimous, has recently participated in this year's #Nodevember, an unofficial annual event that celebrates the work of Procedural Artists, demonstrating a mind-blowing project that can only be described as the most creative way to delete the default cube in Blender.

Powered by Blender's Geometry Nodes toolset, Pyronimous' new project depicted a realistic simulation of melting butter and was specifically created for #Nodevember's fourth theme, "Chaotic Cooking". According to Michael, the melting butter project "doesn't involve any real world-like physics simulation" and was designed to move, rotate, and "melt" in a completely arbitrary manner.

The creator has also shared a couple of behind-the-scenes shots demonstrating the setup:

And here are Michael's other #Nodevember 2023 entries:

You can check out more of Michael's works by visiting the author's YouTube and Instagram pages. And if you want to learn more about Blender's Geometry Nodes, here are some awesome tutorials that will help you get started:

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