In this tutorial, new author Ivan Momchilow will introduce you to the Keyshot rendering engine and get you started on working with the software. Ivan will go through the process of setting up a model for importing and cover the basic settings for rendering inside the software. Keyshot features a surprisingly simple interface that's both intuitive and easy to use. Featuring only six main UI buttons, rather then the hundreds of options most render engines throw at the user. Ivan has provided our premium members with a fantastic model of the Sony PSP Go, as well as the scene file from Keyshot, so get started after the jump!
Every few weeks, we revisit some of our reader's favorite posts from throughout the history of the site. This tutorial was first published in August of 2011.
KeyShot features the only rendering engine that is certified by the CIE (International Commission on Illumination). Using scientifically accurate materials and real world lighting, KeyShot delivers the most accurate images in a matter of seconds.
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