Free alphabet 3d models from 36 days of type

Midge Sinnaeve writes: Now that the 36 Days of Type have ended, I decided it would be fun to open source the files. Feel free to have a look through them, form a crazy procedural meat shader to overused metaball particles. 😉 The post Open Source Artwork: 36 Days of Type appeared first on BlenderNation.

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