Free and open source 3D computer graphics software Blender 2.91.0 was released 2 days ago as the fourth major release in 2020.
New features in the release include collision support for the sculpt cloth brush and filter; new sculpting gestures to speed up your workflow; support for custom bevel profiles; new modifier convert volume objects into a mesh.
The release also introduces the new Sculpt Trim tool lets you cut and even add geometry using box or lasso gestures; the new Simulation Target property allows the Pose and Boundary brushes to simulate cloth effects as you use them; the Line Project Gesture tool; Sculpt Face Set gestures tools, and some more sculpt goodness.
Blender 2.91 also features property search started by pressing
Ctrl+F. And fuzzy search is also supported in the release. For more details, either see the official release note or take a look at the YouTube video:
How to Get Blender 2.91 in Linux:
Blender offers portable Linux package, available to download at its website:
It also provides official Snap package, which runs in sandbox, for Linux users. For Ubuntu, you can search for and install it from Ubuntu Software. For other Linux, get it from the link below:
The community maintained Flatpak package is also available to install via flathub.org webpage.