Animation are powerful tools that help you more accurately envision and outline the
exact nature of a film, animated feature, advertisement or production.
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A storyboard is a non-moving visual version of the script. It basically looks like a comic book, including early ideas of camera staging, major character poses, or scene events.
Assets Creations - are 3-dimensional digital files, so they look more lifelike than flat images.
Modeling - is the process of developing a geometric surface to represent the objects, and characters within a scene.
Rigging - is constructing the muscular-skeletal basis of your animation.
This stage is where the movements are created and give the animation the feel of motion. Animation is usually the most crucial and time-consuming part of producing a 3D animated video.
This includes the recording of the score, all the musical elements and flourishes required for the animation. The music is timed to accompany and complement the visuals.
Lighting & Texturing
Lighting - Much like in real life, 3D scenes use lighting based on the pre-production phase to create the mood of the 3D animation.
Texturing - The process of creating and applying textures (colors and surface properties) to a 3D model.
When dealing with a 3D animation, every scene is separated and rendered into multiple layers including objects, colors, background, foreground, shadows, highlights, etc.