Animation – How to Produce a Winning Animation
The 3D animation design creator is nothing more than an artist with an exceptional level of imagination and a team that has no boundaries to bring that imagination to animation. When we look at architectural animation in 3D, it looks attractive to our eyes, but we could never imagine the work that went into developing this piece of animation.
Developers are investing heavily in a 3D architectural tour, so the animation studio is responsible for creating the most photorealistic animation possible. It is very important that a lot of attention is paid to all the details, even the smallest detail like a leaf on a tree should also receive all the attention. Their top priority is to offer the best quality, and without the cooperation of all departments of the production house, this is generally impossible. Only a team that is synchronized at all stages of development can convincingly cope with the project and deliver the final product the way the customer wants it.
How can you achieve your goal of successfully delivering the final product? Well, the answer to that question will be how to get started with the development process. You need flawless planning, and just like a feature film requires upfront work, 3D animation also requires upfront preparation.
By following these steps, we can get the desired results:
- The production manager and the customer discuss the project in detail and make sure that they are both on the same page.
- The production manager assigns the project to the team and gives them all the details about the project.
- The manufacturing team then proceeds to develop the model using CAD files or any source provided by the customer.
- The customer receives the first preview of the model for approval. If there are any changes, then we need to submit the model again with the changes, and then, after the customer is satisfied, the team will move on to the next stage.
- Design a storyboard taking into account all the client’s needs and send it to the client for confirmation.
- After the storyboard is approved, the team proceeds to create the camera path.
- After finishing the camera view, all effects such as lighting, textures, interior, exterior, atmosphere, music, etc. will be delivered.
- Then, after receiving the final approval, the final task is to render the animation in high resolution or whatever resolution the client wants.
Creating architectural animation is a work of art as it requires imaginative skills along with technical skills. In addition, it requires a modern studio like Punchy’s Melbourne Animation Studio equipped with the latest workstations, which are very important in production. So, in the end, a production house, united with the best artists with imaginary and technical skills and equipped with modern technology, can realize any project in the world.