PRACTICE SCENE #3 is soon ready. The download is going to include the model as a step-file, the exact KeyShot scene used for the rendering and a layered Photoshop file with all the post processing. Check out the clay/textured renderings below and remember to sign up at http://esbenoxholm.dk/diy/ before 04.04.2016 to get the scene at half the price.
PRACTICE SCENE #3 is soon ready. The download is going to include the original SolidWorks file, the exact KeyShot scene used for the rendering and a layered Photoshop file with all the post processing. Check out the before/after photoshop images below and remember to sign up at http://esbenoxholm.dk/diy/ before 04.04.2016 to get the scene at half the price.
Lately, I have been beta testing KeyShot 6 that is planned to be released early this summer. In the long list of new features, my favorites so far are the real-time region rendering, multi-layer PSD output, materials on labels and material graph editor. While the real-time region rendering and multi-layer PSD output improves the workflow, the materials on labels and material graph editor really makes creating detailed and weathered looking materials easy and fast.
Below you can see three renderings that I have created using the KeyShot 6 Beta.
Let me know if you have any questions regarding KeyShot 6 and KeyShot in general. I’ll be happy to help you.
Be sure to visit https://www.keyshot.com/keyshot-6/ as well for more renderings and information about KeyShot 6.
Last week I did a visualization of the optical phenomenon known as “caustics”. It happens when rays of light gets refracted through a semitransparent object like glass, water, clear plastic etc. A well know example is the moving pattern of light on the bottom of a pool. I modeled a “stone” with Mudbox and rendered a simple animation using KeyShot. The guys at Luxion Inc. (makers of KeyShot) liked it so much that they made a blog post about it.
Let me know if you need any visualization where caustics would make a great effect. I.e. jewelry and glass objects.
Backlit buttons and icons seems to be a widely used design feature these days. Like anything else it’s no problem to visualize it. I did a quick example to show it.
Do you have any product concepts with backlit buttons that you need to have visualized? I’ll be happy to help you out. Don’ t hesitate to contact me.
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