Monday, March 7, 2011

Andrew F. Scott: Keyshot rendering play

This image is from a class room demo showing how keyshot can be used to create render passes for compositing in Photoshop. This model presents some interesting considerations. The Nkisi-Nkonde figure was captured using a laser scanner. The approximate size of the model in 8 inches high. As a part of the scanning process texture coordinates were captured and fused together to create a texture map for the three dimensional model. Hypershot recognizes this data as a part of the model and applies it to your object when you import it into the program. It becomes a layer that can be used to both bump and texture map the model.

In this demo I left an important clue that would permit you to see that the image has been photoshopped. can you find it??

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