Blender 3.2 Release

Blender Foundation and the online developers community are proud to present Blender 3.2! New features and improvements include: Cycles: Light Groups Cycles: Shadow Caustics Cycles: Volume Motion Blur Support for Collections in the Asset Browser New Curve Pen Tool New Paint Tool in Sculpt Mode Vertex Colors refactored into generic Color Attributes New Duplicate Elements node in Geometry Nodes New Envelope Modifier in Grease Pencil Enhanced Channels in Video Sequencer Editor Animation &… Continue reading Blender 3.2 Release

Blender 3.1 Release

Blender Foundation and the online developers community are proud to present Blender 3.1, a solid update to an already outstanding release. Blender 3.1 takes a major leap in performance: Metal GPU backend support contributed by Apple for computers with M1 processors and AMD graphics cards GPU acceleration for Subdivision modifier Faster mesh editing Asset Browser… Continue reading Blender 3.1 Release

Intel Signs Up As Corporate Patron With Blender

Blender Foundation is delighted to announce Intel Corporation as the latest Patron Member of the Foundation’s Development Fund. By upgrading its membership to a top-level contributor, Intel’s support helps Blender provide creators an optimal experience on modern CPUs and GPUs. “Intel is extending its collaboration and commitment to the Blender open-source community. We are already… Continue reading Intel Signs Up As Corporate Patron With Blender

Blender 3.0, A New Era For Content Creation

Last Week, Blender Foundation announces the release of Blender 3.0, to mark the beginning of a new era for open source 2D/3D content creation. In many ways 3D has become mainstream now. 3D technology is an undeniable part of our lives. In the coming decade it will influence how we communicate and interact with each… Continue reading Blender 3.0, A New Era For Content Creation

Sprite Fright Open Movie – Blender

Today we proudly present Blender’s 13th Open Movie, produced by Blender Studio. Sprite Fright is an 80’s-inspired horror comedy, set in Britain: When a group of rowdy teenagers trek into an isolated forest, they discover peaceful mushroom creatures that turn out to be an unexpected force of nature. As with previous Open Movies, Sprite Fright challenged Blender’s… Continue reading Sprite Fright Open Movie – Blender

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