How to Create Spot UV and Foil Printing Appearance Using KeyShot

by | Oct 9, 2012 | 0 comments

There is a lot you can do with KeyShot labels. You may have seen some of our other quick tips that show you how to apply labels to clear materials or use them to create perfect views through interior windows. It makes a lot of sense to use labels for graphics on packaging. There’s also a method for applying graphics as an Opacity Map in KeyShot. A method that allows you to take your visuals one step further.

SpotUV and Foil Printing Appearance

In this quick tip, Rex Roberts will show you how to use an opacity map as a label for Spot UV and Foil printing. This is especially useful for packaging design and other paper products. He’ll show you how to set up the scene and walk you through the steps of creating a business card with tips which can applied to other packaging or product designs that need reflective labels to blend with the material texture.

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