We are happy to announce the release of something we've been working on for a long time.
BlenderKit is a new online platform made for Blender users, creators, and developers. We hope to bring a new momentum into the open source world by introducing several innovations we've been working on.
We provide an online database of materials, brushes and models that can be accessed directly from Blender via our add-on which makes your workflow considerably faster and more effective thanks to the new simple drag and drop feature. The database of materials and brushes is completely for free, while the models will be available through subscription. Now we are in release stage, where also the models database can be used for free.
BlenderKit is bringing a new way of sharing the income from subscriptions with the creators called Fair Share, and we are the first to use this type of system for providing creative assets. Our goal is also to give users influence over improvements to Blender so from all transactions, a 15% fee is charged to support Blender development for starting creators.
We're looking forward to help everyone to create good quality content faster and easier.
BlendetKit add-on is currently released for Blender 2.79, while the 2.80 version is in progress.
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