KeyShot: Create Stunning Automotive Visualization

In this video, I will show you how to create stunning Automotive Renders using Keyshot.

In this two-part series, I will show you how to create stunning automotive renderings using Keyshot. In the first part, we'll focus on creating realistic lighting and camera views for your automotive images using Keyshot's HDR Editor and camera tools. You'll learn how to use HDR editor to create custom lighting. I will also cover how to create new KeyShot camera and create perfect angle for Automotive Renders.

In the second part, we'll dive into creating all the materials for your automotive design and rendering the final image in 4K resolution. You'll learn how to apply materials to different parts of your 3D model, adjust the texture and color of your materials. I will show you how to use Keyshot render settings to create sharp renderings without noise. At the end of the tutorial, I will show you how to take your final render to the next level by retouching it in Adobe Photoshop. You'll learn how to adjust the color and contrast of your image to make your render stand out.

By the end of this tutorial, you will have have a solid understanding of how to use KeyShot's lighting tools and features to create a realistic 3D automotive render that stands out. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced 3D artist, this tutorial will provide valuable insights and tips to enhance your rendering skills.

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3D Model
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  1. Step 1: Download Free 3D Model by RexFu

    I want to say big thanks to designer RexFu who share his model for free, thank you for your awesome 3D modeling skills and that you providing all your 3D models for free, so rest of us without skills can play with it :-) Thank you

    McLaren 570s 2015 | 3D CAD Model Library | GrabCAD

  2. Step 2: Watch YouTube Tutorial Part 1/2

  3. Step 3: Watch YouTube Tutorial Part 2/2