Blender is quite the fascinating creature: An open source engine that caters to the industry, but not immediately acknowledged by it. A powerful and versatile system, but community supported and free. All of this and three built-in rendering engines makes Blender something of a mystery, but one with so many possibilities. Keep reading to find

If you’re keeping up to date with the newest advances in graphics technologies, you’re likely already aware AMD has had quite a few successes in the past few years including ProRender, Radeon’s CPU+GPU rendering engine — a physically based engine built from industry standards and easily integrated into almost all major 3D modeling software including