A Unique Approach to Cel Shaded Appearance in KeyShot

by KeyShot | Oct 12, 2016 | Tips | 0 Comments


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    Matt Bridges shared his unique approach to a toon-style, cel shaded appearance in KeyShot using one material and a set of custom made HDRI environments.

    To achieve this look, Matt applied the chrome material to the entire model. Then he used three different HDRIs--one for the skin, one for the jacket and another for the bike . Since the material is set to chrome, it reflects whatever the environment is set to! Cool process huh!?

    A big thanks to Matt for sharing this unique process. You can download the HDRIs to try yourself.



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