FeatPost-0.8.7 has documentation in the "doc" directory:
"featpostmanual.pdf" gathers all that I ever wrote about FeatPost;
"Exemplifier.pdf" gathers a very big set of MetaPost figures.
Perhaps, it may be better for you to start with plain MetaPost and (La)TeX:
"metapostpropaganda.pdf" is a wide-range tutorial.
The "doc/metapostpropagandafiles" directory contains additional examples.
But even if you already know that this is what you want, you may still find
nice surprises in the "MPexamples.html" file.
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featpost – METAPOST macros for 3D
These macros allow the production of three-dimensional schemes
containing: angles, circles, cylinders, cones and spheres, among
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Copyright||2005,2011,2013 Luís Nobre Gonçalves|
|Maintainer||Luís Nobre Gonçalves|
|Contained in||TeXLive as featpost|
|MiKTeX as featpost|
graphics with 3-dimensional output|