We’re excited to announce that KeyShot 7 for ZBrush is now available.
We’ve been amazed at all of the incredible creatures, charatacters, hips, robots and product shots created with the new features in ZBrush 4R8. Features like the new Live Boolean, deformation modifiers, the new displacement mesh system and more.
Ship sculpted in ZBrush, rendered in KeyShot by Joseph Drust
It is truly impressive what artists can create with the new version of ZBrush 4R8 and now, along with the new features in KeyShot 7, what they will be able to light, texture and visualize.
The new version of KeyShot 7 brings powerful new features to the 3D Artist workflow. Features like new materials, new procedurals, improved texture and label placement and 10 new render passes for render output. Multiple lighting environments can be used for fast look dev while pro users gain access to Studios to create combination of materials, cameras and environments in one scene. Also in KeyShot 7 Pro for ZBrush is Panoramic Camera creation and HDR output, along with VR Headset support for real-time and output rendering. Read more about the new features on the What’s New page and in the What’s New Guide.
Ship sculpted in ZBrush, rendered in KeyShot by Matt Flesher
The new integration between KeyShot 7 and ZBrush 4R8 is available now in the Pixologic store. KeyShot 7 HD for ZBrush and KeyShot 7 Pro for ZBrush may be purchased separately or with the ZBrush to KeyShot Bridge. Current users who purchased on or after November 25th, 2016 may upgrade for free and discounted upgrades available for both HD and Pro licenses.
We can’t wait to see what you think and look forward even more to see what you create.