We love the growing KeyShot community on Facebook, meeting new users, seeing what others are creating with KeyShot and sharing that with over 43,000 friends! More and more people are following KeyShot each day, so we wan
How do you visualize the functionality of your concept models? A sweet animation rendered in HD and set to Daft Punk is sure to turn a few heads.
There’s nothing like getting your model a little dirty… or, shiny enough to reflect the light of 1,000 suns. Either way, KeyShot has you covered, quite literally, with labels.
We were excited to see a product concept visualized in KeyShot that is not only life-changing, but potentially life-saving.
Last year, we held a 3D rendering contest. The subject? Watches. We provided a model, yet some went above and beyond modeling their own and rendering it up in KeyShot. You can see the results and the winners here.
In the June ’13 issue of 3D World (and online) you’ll find a full KeyShot 4 review by Steve Jarratt. Steve takes a comprehensive look at the new features that round out the latest release of KeyShot.
Sometimes you just need to bring out the details of your rendering with deeper, darker shadows.
We’re excited to have Fossil as KeyShot Customer of the Month. We’ve been working with Fossil for a while now, seeing how the iconic brand transforms ideas into the incredible vintage design adored around the world.
We’re in the process of soaking the brains of our development team in a stiff concoction of voice overs and advanced KeyShot functionality to deliver a set of new tutorials.
We’re continuing our series on best practices this month with a look into studio lighting and what it takes to get brilliant visuals for those product shots.