Alita: Battle Angel, a live-action remake of the '90s Japanese manga series Gunnm, was released February 14, 2019 to a lot of mixed reviews from fans and critics, but those who know the artist involved can't say enough about, or get enough of, the concepts and visuals that went into the production. [...]
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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[...]
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.'
Christoph Kuppert is an award winning Product Designer from Germany. His latest design, Bottlelight, is a portable UV water purifier with a camping light. It's the winner of numerous awards including the European Product Design Award, IF Student Design Award, Spark Concept Award and the Industart I[...]
Thomas Burke & Others (TB&O) straddles the line of photography and CGI, using both to tell the stories brands haven't thought of until TB&O shows them what's possible. One of their latest projects is the Apollo twin for Universal Audio. You may have seen the product images, and most would say they'r[...]
Early today, Vitaly Bulgarov shared some of the new personal work for his Black Phoenix Project, Pilot 2. Bringing back memories of his previous Pilot render, this new version brings in more color, less carbon fiber, an insane amount of detail and all the awesome Vitaly is known for.
This behind the scenes from TB&O breaks down the process of how they bring a vintage beauty to life, the 1960 Aston Martin DB4.
From the real-time viewing to the rendering speed, we're convinced KeyShot gives you the rendering advantage you need. Our customers know this best though, and Tim Feher describes exactly the advantage KeyShot provided on a recent project, a paper towel dispenser for Wisconsin Products:
If you're a fan of cinematic visuals and want to nail down a workflow from one of the best, you'll want to drop what you're doing and grab Chris Rosewarne's latest tutorial - The ORB SILO Set Design Tutorial. Chris takes you through modeling in SketchUp, rendering in KeyShot and post work in Photosh[...]
The sleek, new Koenigegg Utagera concept was designed by Jennarong Muengtaweepongsa, a 15 year old auto design prodigy from Bangkok, Thailand. He used KeyShot to deliver all the visuals.