About 'Randomize Transform'!

In this video (objectives)…

  1. How to quickly add variation to a compound object like a wall
  2. Another workflow speed up

After watching (learning outcomes)…

Be able to use randomize transform to create a more interesting surface

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I wish I knew about the Randomise transform feature yesterday. So handy.

I could of used it in a file distributing rocks on a plane. So goooooooooooood

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Indeed and i am leaning towards much more interesting towers and staircases for items i plan to create.

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This method might be useful for rooftiles, brickwalls or ways. Blender is so exciting :slight_smile:

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Just curious if there is also a way to change the dimensions (as well as geometry/topology) randomly of every subsequent brick linked to the first one. So there is not only variation in how they are placed, but also how they look like? Thanks!

I had the need for this so many times. But didn’t know, so did it by hand.

OR an other trick I learned.
Joining mesh objects and using randomize mesh.
Then with ‘P’ key, separate meshes again.
But that trick is mostly handy for randomize vertices. Making stones bumpy …

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More shadows, more interesting :slightly_smiling_face:

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i think it is really gonna be handy while make placing trees on a large terrain
i Have Suffered That Lot

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