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I've created this with Voronoi, at the minute the smaller ones are there because I've set the Distribution Type to Exponential.

 

I'd like to more easily control smaller pieces at the top with a step effector. Later on I will need to create different areas with smaller sizes of fracture.

 

I'm completely new to Voronoi so any pointers will be much appreciated.

 

 

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You can use pretty much anything as input points and mix that. For more control use glue and falloff object. There you can load fields and control the gluing of pieces precisely :)


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  • Thanks, I'll give that a try :)


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