_blankRepository, who specializes in production quality 3D food scans, has published a new set of highly detailed KeyShot-ready assets. The series contains individual 3D fruit model scans with all material setup done in KeyShot by Esben Oxholm.
We're excited to announce that KeyShot 7 for ZBrush is now available.
KeyShot 7 is out. And with that, all the KeyShot resources - the materials, environments, textures and backplates - have been updated to take advantage of the latest KeyShot material, texture and environment capabilities.
Today, we are very excited to bring you our latest release - KeyShot 7.
Whenever you see visuals produced by TB&O, you can be sure the utmost care, attention to accuracy and detail has been taken. You've seen it in the Specialized Venge project, the product visuals for Universal Audio's Apollo Twin and you can see it in others on their website. The same holds true fo[...]
We're always on the lookout for incredible visuals created by KeyShot users and love to see others teaching what they've learned. Esben Oxholm, who readily shares his knowledge with others, has produced a KeyShot Video Course with six chapters and loads of information that takes you through the enti[...]
If you've looked around online for textures, you've likely come across Poliigon. Their wide array of high quality textures are rich in detail, can be used across different 3D software and come with various map types to get your models looking much more realistic than they would otherwise.
KeyShot RenderWorld 2017 was the single largest event we've put on to date, bringing KeyShot users together from around the world, with diverse knowledge and skillsets, to hear their experiences and learn from each other.
With KeyShot 7 Beta starting up and the KeyShot 7 release getting closer, now is a perfect time to upgrade to or purchase KeyShot 6 and lock in a free upgrade to KeyShot 7.
You can use the KeyShot Material Graph to create layered materials. One common material request is to create a glitter finishes on transparent materials like glass or clear plastic. Here's how to do it.
Marco Di Lucca never ceases to amaze us and we're always, always delighted when he publishes new work. That's absolutely the case this week with his latest work that started out of a 'random lunch break sculpt.'