The latest version of blender's "all in one" free add-on, BagaPie V9, is now available in blender market, adding a new curve array, and together with many new assets.
BagaPie is a free Blender add-on developed by architectural visualization artist Antoine Bagattini. The geometry-node-based add-on focuses on optimizing architecture and environment creation for Blender artists. With the continuous optimization and update of the product, BagaPie has gradually gained a huge user group (over 100,000 according to BagaPie) in Blender, and has assisted in generating many amazing works.
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BagaPie mainly includes features like scattering, object distribution and 3D modelling modifier as well as parametric presets like stairs, pipes, fence, etc. In the last version of this Blender add-on that we have introduced early before, BagaPie V8, a major highlight is the update of its Ivy generator, added support for gravity, collision and the option to ‘project’ ivy onto surfaces, like a texture.
In the new version, the develop team adds a new curve array tool, making it possible to generate vegetation along a custom curve, with the option to randomize both the species used and parameters for individual plants.
In addition, over 200 new assets have been added, bringing users with more options and easier access for realistic landscaping models like plants and rocks. Although the asset library remains growing regularly, a change has been made compare to the earlier versions, that is, the BagaPie Assets will be just a list of packages to install.
The tool is consists of the BagePie Modifier and BagaPie Assets, the form is totally free of usage and the latter requires $93 (now with a 25% off, which is $69.75 for now), with demo files included. The latest version is compatible with Blender 3.0+, you may click here to get the free modifier as well as the assets library.