Nodevember is in full swing, and the internet is already brimming with examples of node-based procedural wizardry, this year prominently featuring Geometry Nodes artworks. Fletcher Graham has provided a free set of tools that allows partaking in the nodal celebration of the year in a more intuitive manner: Fletchnodes.
Introducing fletchnodes! Tools for intuitive mesh-editing with #geometrynodes in Blender 3.0. They're free to use, just download the blend and append them into your project. I'd love to see them used for some nodevember prompts!https://t.co/Q28Fs5i51i pic.twitter.com/2kVQhruAIm
— fletchgraham (@fletchgraham) November 5, 2021
Available for free on his github, Fletchnodes are a set of Geometry Nodes mesh-editing groups that not only simplify the process by packaging very useful operations such as "Mirror", "Grab Brush" and "Copy Around", but also provide very useful (and simply put: very cool) debugging visualizations for instant visual feedback on the operations.
Here is the Mirror Node with its Debug mode in action:
I've updated the #fletchnodes FN Mirror node. Now it has fancy debug visualizations like the other nodes.
— fletchgraham (@fletchgraham) November 6, 2021
Download Fletchnodes from the link below: