Develop3D Reviews KeyShot 3

by Josh | Feb 13, 2012 | Animation, News | 0 Comments

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    Tips, news, and insight on KeyShot and 3D Rendering

    The latest issue of Develop3D has a lot of juicy morsels in it. Amongst the juiciest is a renderific review of KeyShot 3 that really gets at the core of the new features and how it all works together to complement the product development workflow. Have a look...

    Develop3D KeyShot Review

    You can snag the February 2012 issue of Develop3D for free. Al Dean puts the new KeyShot 3 UI, materials and import options through the paces with some very fine models and, may I say, the best looking pink environment I've ever seen ever. He also gets into the new animation system, hammering out exactly what differentiates KeyShot animation from the rest.

    "As KeyShot is a progressive renderer, the user can scrub through their animation in near real-time getting a good idea of how the end result is going to appear." - Al Dean, Develop3D

    It's a must see, and there's even a 6 step animation workflow included showing the ease of bringing a bit of action to your 3D model. Download the issue at Develop3D.com.

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