Get started as quickly as possible
A beginner-friendly KeyShot tutorial that will take you from zero to one hundred in just a few minutes. Easy to follow, fun and quick results! No experience necessary!
The quick-start tutorial
Thankfully, this is where KeyShot excels. A standalone ray tracing render engine developed by Luxion, KeyShot is the industry standard in product rendering. This is because it’s so quick and easy to use, busy designers and engineers are able to add it to their toolbox. Even the non-technical can get up and running with KeyShot quickly. And it’s fun too. In this tutorial, I’ll show you the best tips and tricks while leading you to some awesome results in no time.
How KeyShot Works
- Import your 3D model
- Drag some materials onto your model
- Customize materials with textures, colors and labels
- Adjust the lighting to make your model look great
- Set the background and a nice camera angle
- Render out your image
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to:
- Import a 3D model
- Navigate the scene
- Add primitives
- Use the move tool
- Set an aspect ratio
- Apply materials
- Adjust material properties
- Unlink materials
- Use the material graph
- Change the lighting
- Apply a label
- Create a camera
- Use a region render
- Set render settings
Free Project files include
- 3D glue gun model (STP)
- Label (PNG)
It’s honestly the best online KeyShot training available. With 15 hours of 100+ video lessons, follow-along project lessons, feature-based lessons, 14 chapters, project files and quizzes, it’s pretty epic. If you need more convincing, check out the product page with testimonials, course previews and more by clicking here!
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