Title sequences serve as a really exciting transition to the viewer from the real world into the aesthetic setting of the film about to unfold, priming the audience for what they are about to see.
This call serves as an opportunity to uncover a client's pain points, priorities, and goals and begin building rapport and trust. The goal of this call is to ask a series of questions to determine if there is a potential fit for a business relationship.
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.