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Quick Tips – May 26, 2016

Quick Tip 51: Embossed and Debossed Logos

In this Quick Tip, you’ll learn how to make embossed and debossed logos on any geometry within KeyShot Modeling a logo into a piece of geometry can be a time-consuming KeyShot speeds up your workflow by allowing you to use graphics to create convincing embossed or debossed To create the embossed or debossed effect, you’ll want to start with a white version of your

Animation – May 24, 2016

Animation of the Week: Fender Pro In-Ear Monitors by Esben Oxholm

If you follow Esben Oxholm on Instagram or on the KeyShot Forum, you know he produces some amazing work using KeyShot and has done a lot of interesting experiments with different workflows that include KeyShot Recently, he shared a project done for Fender for the launch of the Fender Pro In-Ear You can see the renderings on the Fender homepage and the product page, but

Quick Tips – Apr 28, 2016

Quick Tip 50: Save Reminders

In this video we show how to enable a new feature to KeyShot 6, Save This new feature will notify you to save your work at a variety of times! Leaving you to focus on your scene and less time remembering when you last More quick tips here: Download and try KeyShot here: Subscribe to our Quick tips on

Tips – Apr 28, 2016

Using KeyShot Alongside Onshape

There are many ways you can benefit from using Onshape and KeyShot Here are a couple tricks that can increase your design Below is an image that took me less than two minutes from start to finish to Using a few of these simple strategies will allow you to easily do the Let’s get started! Pick a design in Onshape that you want to It can be a part

News – Mar 25, 2016

Google Nik Collection Now Free

If you use Photoshop at all, you most likely have your own custom set of plug-ins and filters to help with your photo and image And most likely you’ve heard of Nik, Google’s amazing photo editing tool that works with Photoshop to give you an edge on advanced It was $150 for the collection of all seven desktop Now, it’s completely

Contest – Mar 24, 2016

The Rookies International Awards

Luxion is proud to sponsor The Rookies International Awards with their inaugural launch of a new product design Submit your entry before the deadline! Luxion is very excited to see The Rookies, a new competition growing from what was formerly the CG Student Awards to capture a wider array of industry and As sponsor of The Rookies Industrial Design category, we’ll

Quick Tips – Mar 18, 2016

Quick Tip 49: Materials On Labels

In this video we show new label capabilities in KeyShot 6 that allows you to more accurately communicate physical properties by applying materials and textures directly to More quick tips here: Download and try KeyShot here: Subscribe to our Quick tips on iTunes to view them where ever you are, on the go, on your

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 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 do, many want to know the tricks, the best practice, for making a portfolio

Quick Tips – Feb 18, 2016

Quick Tip 48: Quick Material Change

In this video we will show you how you can quickly switch all the materials in your scene to a single material type like This is useful when you need to create an illustration style rendering, or if the parts in your model share all the same material More quick tips here: Download and try KeyShot here:

Animation – Feb 16, 2016

Animation of the Week: Nacho Riesco's Sugar Skull Ring by Esben Oxholm

We love Nacho Riesco‘s organic jewelry designs, so when we saw that Esben Oxholm was putting together an animation of Nacho’s Sugar Skull ring, we were a tad Nacho posted a rendering of his Sugar Skull ring a while ago on the KeyShot Modeled in ZBrush, he imported it into KeyShot and used the Curvature texturing option to bring out the The results, as you