I'm trying to create multiple variations of a base mesh by scaling some of its parts using Geometry Nodes.

I tried to scale the vertices, but I wanted the neighboring vertices to scale according to the specified radius of influence.

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    $\begingroup$ Yes, it can be done. However, an answer would be a bit more specific, so it would be good if you could share your current node tree, and/or your blend file. Thank you! $\endgroup$
    – quellenform
    Oct 9, 2022 at 13:10
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Since you have unfortunately not gone into more detail about your request, I can unfortunately only make assumptions here and illustrate a possible solution with an example.

I assume that you want to move a certain point whose index you select manually.

All surrounding points should also be moved in a certain radius or range in this direction, so that the result is similar to Proportional Editing.

You can solve this for example as follows:

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Here I first separate the point I want to move.

Then I use Geometry Proximity and define the range that should be affected as well.

The vector shown here is the target position to which I move the selected point as well as the surrounding points in the defined area with Set Position.

(Blender 3.1+)


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