Blender is an open-source 3D creation suite and completely free for use. It is a public project and made by hundreds of people.
Blender Supports Animation, 3D modeling, Sculpting, camera tracking, video editing, rendering, composting, and much more.
It is a cross-platform software and supports Windows, Linux, and macOS.
This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to install blender 2.91.2 in Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 20.10, Ubuntu 18.04, and Linux Mint 20.1.
Blender 2.19.2 changelog
- Cloth brush collision
- Property search and fuzzy search
- Grease Pencil image tracer
- Precise boolean
- Volume modifiers
- Custom curve bevels
How to Install Blender in Ubuntu / Linux Mint?
3 Ways to install Blender in Ubuntu / Linux Mint
- Via PPA
- Via Flathub
- Via Snap Store
Method 1: Via PPA
Step 1: Add the PPA
Step 2: Update the repository & install Blender 2.91.2
Method 2: Via Flathub
Step 1: Install Flatpak if not installed on your system
Refer to the setup steps based on your distribution and install Flatpak on your system.
Step 2: Install Blender using Flatpak
Step 3: Run Blender
Method 3: Via Snap Store
Install the Snap package to your system and install Blender 2.91.2