Free Blender Renders

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These Blender Bundles allow artists to download a package to try different parts of Blender and enhance their out of the box experience. Expect many more bundles to be shared here in the coming period.

by Lorenzo Aiello – orencloud. by Erindale Woodford. Sinosauropteryx Prima, by Joanna Kobierska.

License CC-BY-SA 4.0. Red forest, wind blowing by Robin Tran.

Asset Demo Bundles

License CC-BY-SA 3.0. By Daniel Bystedt – License CC-BY-SA 3.0. A man and his best friend in a not so distant future by Ian Hubert.

It’s about people.

The bucolic Tram Station by Dedouze. The Junk Shop by Alex Treviño. Original Concept by Anaïs Maamar. Andy Goralczyk, Nacho Conesa and the rest of the team brought Spring & Autumn back together to be the face of the groundbreaking 2.80 release!

All the assets from the movie are available on Blender Cloud.

Things that most Blender render engines have in common

The splash of the last release for the 2.7x series features the main character from the latest open movie project by the Blender Animation Studio.

EEVEE

Posed by Hjalti Hjalmarsson and lit by Andy Goralczyk. Not only the splash but all the assets from the movie are available on Blender Cloud.

Physics

By Juri Unt (www.cgstrive.com). The main goal of the scene is to demonstrate a nondestructive and nonlinear workflow using mainly modifiers.

By Pokedstudio. (CC-BY-SA, 20 MB).Note: actual splash was post-processed with Depth of Field.

Blender 2.74 - Fishy CatFishy Cat, by Manu Jarvinen (manujarvinen.com)(CC0, 32 MB). Fishy Cat, by Manu Jarvinen (manujarvinen.com).

Part of the industry

By Alessandro Chiffi / ONdata Studio. By Marek Moravec. Early video demo. Monster Under The Bedby Metin Seven.

Development Updates

Based on 2D concept art by Blake StevensonLicense: CC-BY. Cycles renderer and Compositor Exposure node demo by Carlo Bergonzini / Monorender.

Latest News

Creative Commons CC0 (Public Domain) – Blender Studio – cloud.blender.org. Branched path tracing test file, available in GPU and CPU version.

This file from Cosmos laundromat takes advantage of Blenders latest algorithms and enhancements to measure the full capability of a production system usage scenario.

Free and Open Source

(CC-BY, 230 MB). The popular BMW demo by Mike Pan. By Christophe Seux. High quality archviz demo from eMirage. Daniel Martinez Lara made this test to show Blender’s 3d sketching animation feature.

Geometry Nodes

(CC-BY-NC, 123 MB). Geometry Nodes procedural tree, leaves and grass demo. by Simon Thommes, Blender Studio. Scattering Pebbles by Simon Thommes.

Blender Splash Screens

Chocolate Donut by Zijun Eary Zhou 法纤净. Curves demo by Abir Dutta. Halloween Spider by Rahul Chaudhary. Grass and objects interaction by Jesse Miettinen.

5. Indigo render

Animation test by Pablo Fournier, lighting and rendering by Andy Goralczyk.

Rain rig by the Blender Animation Studio team. Watch the demo video. Characters created for the Animation Fundamentals training on Blender Studio.

3. Malt/Beer

by Lopo Isaac Fernández. APIC vs FLIP fluid simulation solver, by Sebastián Barschkis.

7. Renderman

Lava animation, APIC fluid simulation demo. by Nilushan Rajakaruna (Crazerep). Blender is a public project hosted on blender.org, licensed as GNU GPL, owned by its contributors.

10. Vray

For that reason Blender is Free and Open Source software, forever. Blender is a member of ASWF, Khronos, Linux Foundation and OIN.

1. Appleseed

It’s also well supported by major hardware vendors such as AMD, Apple, Intel, and NVIDIA. Designers, developers, engineers, artists.

All driven by passion. All using Blender to make an impact. Countless communities and thriving businesses are built around Blender.Together, these tutorial makers and content creators, add-on developers and global marketplaces form an ever-expanding ecosystem.

12. The Workbench Engine

Cycles is Blender’s built-in powerful unbiased path-tracer engine that offers stunning ultra-realistic rendering.

· Real-time viewport preview.

· CPU & GPU rendering. · PBR shaders & HDR lighting support.

· VR rendering support. Blender’s comprehensive array of modeling tools make creating, transforming and editing your models a breeze.

· Full N-Gon support. · Edge slide, inset, grid and bridge fill, and more.

· Advanced sculpting tools and brushes. · Multi-resolution and Dynamic subdivision. · 3D painting with textured brushes and masking. · Python scripting for custom tools and add-ons.

11. Cycles

VFX professionals say: “Probably the best tracker in the market”. Blender includes production ready camera and object tracking. Allowing you to import raw footage, track the footage, mask areas and see the camera movements live in your 3D scene.

Eliminating the need to switch between programs. · Auto and Manual tracking.

· Powerful camera reconstruction. · Real-time preview of your tracked footage and 3D scene. · Support for Planar tracking and Tripod solvers.

2. Nvidia Omniverse

Thanks to the high quality rigging and animation tools, Blender is being used for numerous short films, advertisements, TV series and feature films now.

· Envelope, skeleton and automatic skinning. · B-spline interpolated bones.

11. Eevee

· Curve editor and dope sheets. · Custom bone shapes for fast input. · Sound synchronization. Drawing directly in a 3D viewport makes a lot of sense.

It opens unsurpassed workflow freedom for story-boarders and 2D artists. · Combine 2D with 3D right in the viewport.

· Full Animation Support with Onion Skinning. · Layers & Colors for Stroke and Fill.

9. Octane render

8. Redshift

6. LuxCoreRender

· Sculpt brush strokes & Parent to 3D objects. Blender has a flexible Python controlled interface.

Layout, colors, size and even fonts can be adjusted. Use hundreds of add-ons by the community or create your own using Blender’s accessible Python API.

· Customize the interface layout and colors. · Hi-res/Retina screen support.