Keyshot Rendering for Characters

5.0based on 5 ratings,4 reviews
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USD $9.00
License: Standard License
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For personal use and one commercial project (up to 2,000 sales or 20,000 views).

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Files (5)
01-LightingStyles.mp4
mp4 / 92 MB
02-Analyzingwhatworks.mp4
mp4 / 220 MB
03KeyShotWorkflow.mp4
mp4 / 950 MB
04PhotoshopWorkflowZatanna.mp4
mp4 / 460 MB
HDRI_KeyShotMat.zip
zip / 14 MB
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00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 4 days ago
Very good explained, not speed videos, simple teaching and very important part of theory to understand light composition!!!
4 days ago
Thanks so much Christopher for the kind words and please tag me in your new renders so I can see your progress!
00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 5 days ago
Gold tutorial right here! It didn't just step up my Keyshot knowledge and technique but helped me understanding lighting and how to appreciate how light works in my pieces. After going through the videos I immediately tested it in my recent Red Sonja sculpt and wow.. SO much better than before! I need to go re-render all my previous work! That's how good this tutorial is. TL;DR GET THIS NOW
4 days ago
Dang brotha! Thanks so much for the amazing endorsement! Your new renders look great and can't wait to see your progress as you level up each month! Good luck brotha and never hesitate to reach out or join the ZBHO Dojo
10| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 7 days ago
So many Thanks Spicer..is Awesome the techniques for rendering in Keyshot.
6 days ago
My pleasure. Thank you so much for the kind words and look forward to your new renders.
10| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 9 days ago
If like me you struggle with too many lights and options in Keyshot spending hours to over light your 3D sculpts, you should watch this tutorial and Spicer's straight forward minimalist approach to dramatic lighting in minutes.
8 days ago
Thanks so much Jaco! I am so thrilled you learned how to make better renders with this tutorial. Tag me in your next work so I can see how you have progressed.

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