Check Out This Animated Stitching Effect Created in Bifrost

A Simple Bifrost Graph can create a great-looking animated stitching effect procedurally in Autodesk Maya.

Bifrost’s “Visual Programming” happens in the graph editor, and often all you need to see is the node setup in the graph to recreate things. This example shows how Youtuber “— life” created an animated stitching effect in Bifrost.

More on Stitching and Knitting With Bifrost.

The setup uses strands and a primitive falloff to drive the effect and the animation. There are similar techniques that others covered previously, all using LERP. This tutorial from Markus P. shows how to animate a knitting pattern with Bifrost using Fields.

Another from Maximilian Schönherr walks through creating a simple knit effect using Bifrost Graph.

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