Blender is a free and open source 3D creation suite. It's used for modeling, creating photorealistic renders, simulation, model sculpting, architecture models, compositing, character design, animation, rigging, level design, 2D rendered scenes, motion graphics, game development, VFX, video editing and even much more!

The Blender software is cross-platform that runs on Windows, Linux and Mac.Blender is supported by The Blender Foundation a community from around the world. Developers, animators, scientists, experts and even hobbyists that empowers the softwares development by constantly maintaining, fixing and making new features for a suitable and more responsive user experience.

Blender is free and open source software, released under the *GNU General Public License (GPL)**.

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