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    Tips, news, and insight on KeyShot and 3D Rendering

    Tips - Aug 3, 2016

    How Occlusion Works in KeyShot

    In the world of CGI, ambient occlusion is a shading technique used to add depth to a rendering. Occlusion is not a real-world phenomena, but a simple shading technique used by some 3D applications as an alternative to ray tracing to create the illusion of shadows. In KeyShot, occlusion can be though[...]
    Tips - Jul 27, 2016

    How to Render Brushed Metals in KeyShot

    Metals draw most of their color from the objects around them, which can make them challenging to photograph or render. These materials, such as chrome or stainless steel, are primarily driven by their reflections. We describe metal colors using the Specular parameter, which controls the color of the[...]
    Tips - Jul 7, 2016

    How to Use KeyShot Real-time Region Rendering

    When working on scenes in KeyShot with complex lighting or materials, you may notice the Real-time Viewer can take longer to resolve. Real-time Region Render can help maintain a fast workflow by allowing to render specific regions of your scene in real-time.
    Tips - Jun 22, 2016

    The Difference Between KeyShot Roughness and Bump Textures

    Many assume Roughness and Bump are the same thing but did you know they are two completely different material properties? We often rely solely on bump textures to enhance our materials in KeyShot but the same texture maps you've been using for Bump can also be used for Roughness! Let's take a look a[...]
    Tips - Apr 28, 2016

    Using KeyShot Alongside Onshape

    There are many ways you can benefit from using Onshape and KeyShot together. Here are a couple tricks that can increase your design productivity. Below is an image that took me less than two minutes from start to finish to complete. Using a few of these simple strategies will allow you to easily do [...]
    Tips - Mar 16, 2016

    3 Ways KeyShot Helps Create Amazing Portfolio Pieces

    There's one question we get a lot and that's how to create a portfolio that stands out above the rest. With all the creativity out there and all the sites that provide a way to host a portfolio, you would think this one of the easier parts of the process, but since it is a process and takes time to [...]
    Tips - Jan 15, 2016

    How To Use KeyShot Toon Material for Technical Illustration

    The KeyShot Toon material makes creating Technical Illustrations quick and easy. Apply the toon material, adjust the contours to your needs and save the exact camera view you need. With the KeyShot Material Graph, available with the release of KeyShot 6 Pro, you can create an unlimited array of uniq[...]
    Tips - Nov 10, 2015

    How to Create Photorealistic Transparent Enamel Material in KeyShot

    Nacho Riesco creates incredibly detailed jewelry pieces using ZBrush and KeyShot. His Baroque Skull Ring design is one of our favorites. Recently, he shared his secret for creating a realistic transparent enamel material in KeyShot. You may be surprised, but it's extremely easy to do and with just o[...]
    Tips - Sep 10, 2015

    How To Use KeyShot Perspective Matching

    Sometimes when you're laying out objects in a scene, matching the model to the perspective can feel like a battle with an MC Escher drawing. KeyShot has a tool to help with this and, automotive render expert, Tim Feher shows how simple it is to use for achieving perspective matching perfection.
    Tips - Apr 21, 2015

    How To Save a KeyShot Package File

    Collaborating on a KeyShot project with a team or customers is fast and easy with the ability to save and share your scene as a single file that can only be opened in KeyShot. Saving your scene as a KeyShot Package (.ksp) allows you to include all custom materials, texture, and HDRI files in a tight[...]
    Tips - Apr 13, 2015

    KeyShot Material Spotlight: Paint

    The KeyShot paint material is a versatile material that has simple settings for quick applications of color. You can use paint on vehicles like cars or motorcycles, but you can also use them on any surface where you want a create a solid color with a clearcoat effect.
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