For a long time now we’ve been telling you about 3D video production in detail. Sound recording is the last of stages.
Though rendering is considered the point of no return in the production, work continues after it. There is still so much to do. We need to do image correction, colour correction and add visual effects.
This is the special stage of 3D video production – the whole process can be measured before and after it.
A huge amount of work and no small amount of digital information are behind us. It’s time to turn it all into an image.
It’s a pity to give away our production secrets, but we can’t stop ourselves. So we’ll tell you what happens after setup and animation.
So, your animatic was approved without too many sacrifices on both sides? Smile and wave… I mean – rejoice quietly and let’s go on to texture mapping, materials and light setting.
Do you remember our article about ‘scary modeling’? This time we continue the thriller of 3D video production. It’s animation setup time.
Warning! At some stages the creation of 3D animation may be scary for the client.
Picture from the Monsters Inc. animation
When the brainstorming dust has settled, it’s harvest time for a copywriter. The client needs a script. And he will certainly get it.
As a rule, production companies brag about their results and are extremely tight-lipped about the process of their work. We decided to break the mould and reveal the stages of 3D video creation. As you would expect, we’ll start from the beginning.
Three-dimensional graphics is not just about special effects and computer games. Here are the examples of how 3D solves real business problems.
We are starting a series of articles about video production. These notes will help customers understand the working principles of our studio. But we also welcome those who read it just out of curiousity.