What is Procedural?

Procedural modeling is a method of creating three-dimensional models from a set of rules or procedures. This technique is often used in computer graphics and animation to create models, textures, and landscapes.

With procedural modeling, a modeler can create complex shapes and structures by starting with a simple set of rules. For example, a modeler might start with a cube, then apply a rule that says to extrude the cube along its diagonal. By repeating this process, the modeler can create more complex shapes.

Procedural modeling is an efficient way to create models because it doesn’t require the modeler to create each individual element by hand. In addition, procedural models can be edited by changing the rules that were used to create them. This makes it easy to make changes to a model and experiment with different shapes and designs.