New KeyShot Automotive Rendering Tutorial on Digital Tutors

by | Jul 1, 2013 | 0 comments

Digital Tutors is continuing to add to their roster of KeyShot Tutorials and the latest, we’re convinced, will be one of your favorites, especially if you like cars and rendering automotive scenes. We’ve featured a couple DT tutorials that show the process of going from ZBrush to KeyShot. This new one has more KeyShot, with additional work using other software to help produce the dramatic looking image you see above.

Automotive Rendering in KeyShot

Automotive rendering using KeyShot is an 11 part video tutorial series by Eric Martin. It takes you through the set up of the HDRI, lighting and setting up the renders in KeyShot and post editing in Photoshop.

In this tutorial we learn how to create an automotive render and composite it in Photoshop, VirtualRig, and KeyShot. Throughout these lessons we look at the various pieces it takes to build an automotive render. This covers adding realistic motion blur to a static backplate and utilizing the speed of KeyShot with HDR Light Studio to create the renders necessary for the final composite in Photoshop.

It’s the whole process and, with his most recent involvement in production work for Honda and Acura, Eric knows a few things about creating production-ready images. You can see Eric’s site here. The KeyShot tutorial goes live today, with all videos available for the price of a monthly subscription to Digital Tutors.

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