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The Extremely Detailed 3D Artistry of Vitaly Bulgarov

Feb 22, 2012

"My passion for film and videogames led me down this path. I can be in both worlds at the same time: making cinematic trailers for Blizzard's amazing games."

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By KeyShot
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The 1923 TT Work Truck (and the Fabulous KeyShot Community)

Feb 17, 2012

There's something mesmerizing about old cars and trucks, especially the ones that have a story behind them. And especially, the ones that people recreate amazing models and renderings of. If you hang around the KeyShot forums you'll know we have...

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By Josh
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The LDG KeyShot Custom Fixed-Gear Bike

Feb 12, 2012

There's nothing quite like the beauty of custom, handcrafted work. Livery Design Gruppe (LDG) is known for beautiful, hand-crafted work and the attention to detail that seeps through every facet of their sleek fixed-gear bicycles. They design and...

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By Josh
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Importing 3D Models Into KeyShot and More by CA Clark.

Feb 06, 2012

Craig A Clark has an abosulutely FABULOUS article on Scorpio CGI about importing models into KeyShot 3. He goes into great detail about importing a model, but that's not all. He also covers six other aspects you'll go through during the rendering...

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By Josh
Features

The Fabulous, Colorful KeyShot Creations of Crayola

Jan 31, 2012

How would you like to think of an idea for a toy design, model it up and create renderings of it... every day. Sounds like a tough job doesn't it? Well, that is exactly what Anthony Monzo does. Anthony is an Industrial Designer and the Product...

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By Josh
Features

Blue Sky CGI Uses KeyShot to Take Automotive Rendering and Animation to the Next Level

Jan 24, 2012

There's hardly a day goes by that I don't see a car advertisement on the television or in a magazine and wonder if it's a 3D rendering or a photograph. Odds are it is a rendering and it's studios like Blue Sky CGI who are making it happen with...

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By Josh
Animation Features

First Renderings and Animations in KeyShot.

Dec 13, 2011

I don't know about you, but I am SO glad there are more animation options in KeyShot than just turntable. Can I get a high five and a bag o' chips on that one? Philip Renato is glad as well. He's Associate Professor at Kendall College of Art and...

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By Josh
Features

Ferrite - Interactive Liquid Sculpture. Incredibly Cool. Rendered and Animated in KeyShot.

Dec 08, 2011

How cool would it be if you could harness the invisible waveforms of the world's magnetic power in a small vessel that sits atop your desk? Then, what if you could shock people into gum-swallowing awe by manipulating the liquid inside with...

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By Josh
Features

The Visual FX Mastery and Character Rendering of Greg Strasz

Nov 29, 2011

The sky cracked open, spilling light against the dusted air and silvery layers of the ancient creature's luminous membrane. That may describe the image above, but even more it describes the revelation you're about to receive into how some of the...

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By Josh
Features

The Spectacular Steampunk Design Sweetness of Bill Gould

Nov 22, 2011

Sure, this isn't the first time we've featured Steampunk style renderings here on the KeyShot blog, but it is the first time you'll see a Steampunk Table Lamp. Designer and KeyShot user Bill Gould is known for his small medical device design and...

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By Josh
Features

KeyShot 3. Like bringing a Kalashnikov to 9th century sword fight ...and other user comments.

Nov 14, 2011

Over the past several weeks, many KeyShot customers have been beta testing KeyShot 3, giving the new animation system a spin and helping fine-tune the improved user interface and material options. You'll see more this week (hint-hint) about all the...

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By Josh