Happy birthday BlenderKit!
BlenderKit is now two years old. It’s a real thrill and you are all invited to celebrate with us. meow!
There is so much to celebrate. Let’s start with a shortlist of our coolest achievements:
- Over 370 artists uploaded assets to our website. A big team indeed!
- The artists uploaded over 5,000 assets. Over 57% of these assets can be used for free.
- Over 85,000 artists registered to BlenderKit. Additionally, there are many more artists using the add-on without registration.
- The add-on went through many improvements. Fewer bugs and much more to play with. Can it get any better?
- Well, yes! We managed to implement Recurring payments. Enjoying Full Plan is easier than ever before.
- Thanks to your subscriptions, we sent over 7000€ to the Blender Development Fund. Good job on making every Blender artist a bit happier!
- We published several tutorial videos especially for you: What is Bevel?, How to Bevel?, Activation and basic usage in Blender 2.9.
- The amazing BlenderKit community released many more tutorials: this or this, and much more!
- We continuously improve our web pages, currently focusing on Creators and Documentation… And we dream on!
Now, the best part of every celebration - presents!
To celebrate, we released 25 more of our in-house created assets as free for everyone.
We also have a birthday discount! Join the 1,416 awesome people supporting our creators and discover many more assets by subscribing to Full Plan. Our discount will last until the 22th of November 2020.
Birthday present - free assets:
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