Tutorial: Put Finishing Touches in KeyShot and Photoshop
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Tutorial: Put Finishing Touches in KeyShot and Photoshop
17 April, 2017
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Character artist Lance Wilkinson has a nice video tutorial on work in Keyshot and Photoshop. Lance discusses his process and setup in Keyshot and the methods he use to generate render passes for use in Photoshop. In Photoshop, he does a layer-by-layer walkthrough of his final composite and also creates in realtime a new composite to highlight some of the techniques he uses.

Contents:

  • Keyshot scene (Keyshot 5), with mesh loaded
  • Render passes from Keyshot used
  • Final Composite .PSD and .Jpeg
  • Tutorial Composite .PSD
  • Tutorial videos (Keyshot_Segment and Photoshop_Segment)
  • Runtime = 86 mins

Software Required: Photoshop and Keyshot

Get the tutorial

Author: Artyom Sergeev

Source: Cubebrush

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