Do your visualizations look too sharp and artificial?
Do they look flat and mundane?
Do you wonder how to go from good-enough to great?
Making great visualizations by yourself takes the right combination of knowledge and experience.
Dragging and dropping materials and environments in KeyShot is easy and gives you a fine result. However, to make your visualizations turn heads, you need to go deep through custom materials, context adapted lighting, careful staging, and post processing.
In this KeyShot and Photoshop video course, I’ll share what I’ve learned the past few years making hundreds of renderings for myself and clients like Fender, Coloplast, and G4S.
I believe that anyone can make great visualizations. It just takes patience, dedication, and the right amount of focused learning.
That’s why I made this course.
What You’ll Learn:
While it is so easy to create a good-enough visualization with KeyShot, it can be hard to figure out how to take it to the next level.
Trust me – I’ve been there. I’ve spent countless hours watching tutorials on a wide variety of topics to make my visualizations better.
To save you the time, I have taken the best knowledge, tips and tips I’ve picked up along the way and collected in this course. Step-by-step I’ll walk you through my process and thoughts from model preparation to final visualization.
This course covers:
- How the general level of realism is determined already at model import.
- How using the material graph to add additional layers of detail makes your materials more believable.
- Why customized lighting created through the HDRI-editor is crucial for bringing out the shape and details of your model.
- How thoughtless staging of the shot can diminish the hard work you’ve put into the materials and lighting.
- How the right amount of post processing can transform the look of visualization from artificial to photographic.
The guy behind:
Hi, I’m Esben. I’m a freelance CG Artist with roots in industrial design engineering and lighting design. I’ve been using KeyShot for over five years and I have created product visualizations almost every day for the past couple of years.
I’ve previously taught KeyShot through webinars and on-site courses at industrial design schools and companies. Now, to help as many people as possible, I’m creating online courses and tutorials.