Blender 2.73 Updates The Grease Pencil, Cycles Rendering Improvements
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 7 January 2015 at 03:12 PM EST. 12 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
Version 2.73 of Blender was released today as the first update to this open-source 3D creation software for 2015.

Blender 2.73 has numerous improvements along with a good amount of stabilization and bug fixes. Blender 2.73 has Cycles rendering improvements for volume rendering, Cycles support for GeForce 900 series GPUs, improvements to the fullscreen UI mode, an upgrade to the grease pencil tool, Freestyle NPR rendering has a new SVG exporter, Collada importer improvements, and much more. Blender 2.73 incorporates the first fruits of the Gooseberry Project with the Sequencer Backdrop, Cycles viewport world background, and other changes.

The full details on the many Blender 2.73 changes can be found via the release notes.
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