Showcase your 3D models and create hyperrealistic images with KeyShot in the fastest and most efficient way possible
Creating realistic images has been always a meticulous process where setting up the stage is a long and complicated task. KeyShot has simplified this process by allowing us to have a greater amount of control and flexibility in all aspects of the rendering procedure.
Learn How to Draw - Graphite Pencil and Charcoal Tutorial This tutorial contains techniques to create realistic looking artwork. I will try to update these pages occasionally to provide fellow charcoal and graphite pencil artists insight into my methods. This half of this page will explain the pencils and blending tools I use to render both rough and smooth textures. Once you know how to create realistic looking textures, you're on you way to creating much more realistic looking artwork. The second have of the page shows a step by step tutorial of one of my latest drawings. #1...
In regard to 3D modeling, there are three primary operations: addition, subtraction,
In order to create a boolean object, you first need two other objects. They can be
primitves or other meshes. They also need to intersect in 3D space. If you do addition,
the resulting object will be the sum of the two initial objects. It will look as if the two
were welded. If substration is what you are doing, the second object get subtracted
from the first one. A hole in the shape of the second object is created in the first one.
All the space that was occupied by both of...
Beginning WebGL for HTML5 gets you rapidly up to speed with WebGL, a powerful new graphics language within the browser. You'll render realistic scenes with advanced lighting models, shadows, blending and textures. You'll also use mathematics to model fractals and particle systems. Going beyond that, Beginning WebGL for HTML5 presents advanced vertex and fragment shader usage for creating stunning, top-end results.
The development of 3D animation systems has been
driven primarily by a hyper-realist ethos, and 3D computer
graphic (CG) features have broadly complied with this agenda.
As a counterpoint to this trend, some researchers, technologists
and animation artists have explored the possibility of creating
more expressive narrative output from 3D animation environments.
This article explores 3D animation aesthetics, technology
and culture in this context.