The somewhat easy to use(in terms of 3D Rendering software) Bryce 5 has been made a free download, now available at CNet's download.com. As reported on Digg.com, the download window ends September 6th.
I've used previous versions of Bryce in the past, and while any type of 3D Rendering software can be a bit difficult to learn, Bryce is by far one of the best options for beginners. If you're even slightly interested in getting started with 3D design, you'll probably want to give Bryce a try.
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