Join Ryan Kittleson for an in-depth discussion in this video Brainstorming design ideas, part of Zbrush and Keyshot for Product Design and Rendering.
- [Instructor] One of the great things…about ZBrush is that you can use it…like a three dimensional sketch pad.…At this phase of the project,…you don't have to worry about details,…or keeping things clean, or using good topology.…You can just get as many ideas as possible out…without getting bogged down by technical precision.…In this video, I'll show you some…of the quick and dirty techniques…that I use to make fast design decisions.…Okay, so we've already got our blade made,…so let's go ahead and start making things…for the body of the knife.…
I'll just go down to Append and,…we'll just add a Cube3D.…Let's go ahead and select this…to make this the active Subtool,…and let's make it so that it is nice…and neat topology for modeling.…Again, if we turn on Polyframe,…you can see it's not very conducive to modeling,…so, let's do this a different way…than we did with the knife.…Let's go to Initialize.…And let's turn on Qcube,…but let's set the resolution…of all the different subdivisions down to one.…And Qcube,…so with basically the exact same result…
- Making 3D models of products
- Brainstorming and reviewing design options
- Modeling the product and adding details
- Preparing for rendering
- Using mesh options
- Reducing polygon count
- Using KeyShot for rendering
- Adjusting objects and scenes
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Making a 3D Model of the Product
2. Preparing to Render
3. Rendering in KeyShot
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