In the first part of this tutorial series, you’ve created a single triangle that can be textured. In this tutorial, you will use that knowledge and make a little bit more complex shape.
I’m not going to dive into hardcore theory behind a procedural generation. With a little bit of googling you can find plenty of articles that describe it much better than I could ever do. Instead, I will focus on practical uses of procedural generation. Stuff like simple landscape generation, use of splines in procedural generation, generating cave systems, etc. I would also like to do some more experimental stuff like generative art. I can’t promise right now, that all that will be covered since I myself don’t exactly know where this series will take me. What I can promise is that I will cover the basics of procedural generation in UE4. I will be coding all examples in C++ since blueprints, in this case, are not exactly readable. However, I will probably make one part on procedural generation in blueprints. Ok, enough talking, let’s get to it.