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On 20 November 2019 the Blender Foundation released the latest stable version of Blender, 2.81. This is the much anticipated update of the Blender 2.80 milestone, with over a thousand fixes and several important updates that were planned for the 2.8 series.
Here is the sculpting tools overhaul.
During the Christmas holidays of 1993, Ton Roosendaal started working on the Blender software, based on original designs he made in the course of 1993. On January 2nd, 1994, the first Blender version was running, with the subdivision-based windowing system working. The memorable date –now marked as Blender’s official birthday– is defined by an old backup of Ton’s SGI Indigo2 workstation.