Jacques Lucke recently released a new version to Blender’s procedural animation and workflow toolset, Animation Nodes 2. You can think of Animation Nodes as a visual scripting system that was designed for motion graphics work in Blender. The latest update sees a lot of the nodes rewritten for performance.
But what else is new with Animation Nodes 2? Answering the question is Zach Hixon, who offers us a look into some of the most important features of this new update. Zach has steadily been working away on Animation Nodes tutorials. In fact, you can help him to continue to bring more of these great tutorials to light by supporting him on Patreon.
Want to see some more amazing examples of Animation Nodes? Then take a visit to Blender Sushi, Jimmy Gunawan’s experimental home for all things blender, including Animation Nodes, Grease Pencil and more.