A completely new version of free software for working with 3D graphics Blender 2.80, and I’ll be honest: she looks amazing.
If I’m qualified in the intricacies of 3D modeling, CGI work and visual effects to give you a better idea about the improvements in this release (unless of course they are)?
Of course not! I can barely navigate the real world, not to mention the CGI.
But I, like many others, support this excellent open source program code. Why? Because of Blender, like Mozilla Firefox, VLC and LibreOffice are one of those free programs which exceed what they seek.
It is the leading kind of software that gets awards and (more importantly) allows talented people to reach their potential.
Features Of Blender 2.80
Of the new:
- Completely redesigned user interface
- The selection left mouse click is now the default behavior.
- New real-time render “EEVEE”
- New widgets and toolbars
- Support Greese Pencil 2D
- New templates workspace:
And this is only a superficial review.
Be sure to check out the full list of updated features Blender 2.80.
Blender is supernova 2.80 (at time of writing), so it is not yet available in the repositories of Linux distributions such as Ubuntu.
But it is available for Windows, MacOS and Linux. You will find both 32-bit and 64-bit installers on the project website Blender.
Blender 2.80 also available as app Snap. Blender Snap can be installed on Ubuntu 16.04 and above, as well as any other Linux distribution which has access to snapd. Download Blender from Snap Store.
Also Blender available on Steam.