This is a little side project, my little son was the inspiration for. He once combined the 2 words banana and Ananas (which is a pineapple in my language) to banananas. I immediately had an image of the fruit below in my mind. After searching the internet, I found out, that we weren’t the first ones to combine these 2 words, but anyhow I thought it was a fun project.
I’ve been using geometry nodes to create the pineapple pattern on a roughly modeled banana shape. For this I used my “Tissue” node group and some noise to make the look a bit more natural. Another geometry nodes graph was used to scatter the leaves and to place the droplets. All materials are procedural. After rendering I used my Soda add-on to perform some light mixing and post-processing in Natron.
I’ve seen your Tissue node but didn’t looked at it yet ! It’s an amazing feature on it’s own, I’m quite curious about how it’s done, but I fear getting my brain hurt trying to figure out !
Same with what’s available on your gitlab repo, I didn’t look at them yet but they’re on my todo
Thanks a lot for sharing these, it’s super cool !
And the Bananas ! Super cool too ! The level of detail is perfect !
Where are you from ? I’m also from an Ananas country !
Well, just scrolling through your gitlab and having a look at the picture I’m already amazed !
Each group look awesome and I’m very curious about trying them and dissect them !
I’ll definitely give you a feedback once I’ll do so, I’m just a bit busy for now so it’s hard to dive into that !
Cool that you’re from Germany ! If you come to Paris feel free to tell me and we’ll catch up !