Blender is a cross – platform computer program, meaning that it is available for major operating systems, which is a powerful three-dimensional graphics editor.
Although its graphical interface is rated or criticized by many as unintuitive and expensive to manage, This program is still a benchmark for the creation of, for example, digital animated films.
The best thing about Blender is that it is completely free and of open source o Open Source, So it is available for download and use by anyone who wants to install it.
Look at the possibilities Blender, In February 2010 the first digital animated film was released which was created entirely with this sensational program of three-dimensional graphics editing, The film is none other than plumifers.
It has also been used albeit in a lesser way in productions as important as Spiderman 2 o Elephants Dream.
although the program requires high level technical knowledge, below I explain how to install it in Ubuntu / Debian so that you try to take your steps, even if it is following the many video tutorials that walk furulando by the network.
Installation method in Ubuntu / Debian
First of all it will be add repositories of the application:
- its add-apt-repository ppa: Irie / blender
Then we update the repository list:
To finally install Blender:
- sudo apt-get install blender
With this we will have it properly installed Blender in our team with Ubuntu / Debian, Now look for life and start seeing tutorials and guides on how to use it Blender.
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