Procedural Crowds

by Difffuse Studio in Modifier Setups

Procedural Crowds Documentation


  • Installation

  • How To Use

  • Optimization Tips


This product is a Blender Add-On, so the first step is to install it. Download files: 

  • Procedural_Crowds_Assets_v1.0.0

  • Procedural Crowds -

  • (You only will need this one if you want to add your own models, tutorial here)

The add-on file is “Procedural Crowds - v1.0.0”, so go to Blender and go to Edit > Preferences > Add-ons > Install…

After this, enable the add-on.

At the bottom, you will see two preferences to configure. "External Image Editor" should be left empty. Unzip the file "Procedural_Crowds_Assets_v1.0.0". This is a folder with the necessary assets for the add-on to work. In the "Select Assets Folder" option, select that folder."

How to use

After installing it, you'll be able to see the add-on by accessing the N-Panel. Procedural Crowds has three different tabs:

  • Procedural Crowds

In this tab you will find the different types of crowds offered by the add-on

Also you have an option to select the type of human to use for the crowd.

Currently, Procedural Alleys only has one type of crowd, "Casual Humans," which are the ones seen in the promotional spot and images.

Once we select the type of crowd and the desired models, we press the "Crowd Add" button."

  • Crowd Settings

The parameters in this tab will only be visible when a crowd object is selected, and these parameters will be different depending on the type of crowd.