KeyShot Animation of the Week: Watch Animation

by Josh | Feb 10, 2012 | Animation | 2 Comments

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    We're preparing some top secret surprised here at KeyShot HQ and this is just a glimpse of what's to come. This rendering was a model taken from 3ds Max directly into KeyShot, rendered and then animated. Brian Townsend put it together for... well, you'll just have to wait and see what will be seen on www.keyshot.com in the near future. Until then, just watch this on repeat for a few hours or, download KeyShot and give it a try yourself!

    KeyShot Watch Animation

    This animation was put together quickly by applying individual animations to the parts, copying and pasting animations between each and adjusting the timing of each animation. KeyShot doesn't rely on keyframes to create animations, which makes the entire animation process faster. Oh, and you can change the materials and lighting as the animation play. It all happens in real-time to make the 3D rendering process completely awesome.

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