Procodile exposes an API enabling developers to create new procedural models. Procedural models (called Generators) can be written against this API in Python (a very powerful but easy to learn scripting language).
The achilles heel for procedural geometry has been the customization of generated models to suit the artist's taste. Procodile solves this problem using a procedural generation framework built from the ground up keeping in mind the flexibility of configuration required. Use Procodile's IDE to customize procedural models at a fine-grained level.
A growing library of procedural models (Generators) created using Procodile is available to you. Configure these Generators to your requirement right in the Procodile IDE. In addition, create a space of yourself in this library and share your creations. The library is tightly integrated into Procodile's framework making it possible to seamlessly download models for use.
Put Procodile to work right away by exporting the artwork to a format of convenience. Procodile currently supports OBJ and COLLADA. Once exported, you can use your favorite 3D editor to apply finishing touches.