Benefits of 3D Animations for Your Property Developing Business
Benefits of 3D Animations for Your
Property Developing Business
What does ‘to animate’ refer to? It means ‘to give life to.’ An animator’s job is to
bring a motionless image or an object to life by getting it motion and personality.
When it comes to computer animation , software applications are used to draw,
mould and animise objects and characters in a large digital landscape. Computer
animation can be created using two techniques – computer-assisted and
Computer assisted animation:
This animation is generally two-dimensional (2-D) such as cartoons. The artist
renders an object or a character by hand or using a computer. He then places his
work in key frames, which creates a sketch of the essential movements. After this,
the computer will fill in the gaps of ‘in-between’ frames using mathematical
algorithms. This procedure is something that is known as Tweening. Tweening
and key framing are conventional methods that can be accomplished with hands
but are done much faster using a computer.
This is completely different from that of computer-assisted animation. This is
three-dimensional, which means that objects are characters are moulded with an
X, Y and Z axis on a plane. There is no function of pencil and paper in this
animation technique. Well, where as Tweening and framing are concerned, they
are still an important part of computer-generated animation.
Animators can compute objects or characters
to bind them to physical laws such as mass,
force and gravity. It can be even used to
create numerous elements to act separately.
In this animation, the monster’s fur can be
programmed to wave softly in the wind
instead of animating each hair.
Computer-generated animation can be used
to create a realistic film.
“Westworld” is the first film to use
graphics. After this, more and more films
became dependable on computer graphics to produce primitive effects that
were programmed to appear computer-generated.
The growth of computer processing power has resulted in the enhancing
sophistication and practicality of three-dimensional animation.
Techniques to create computer-generated characters
When it comes to creating computer-generated characters, one needs modeling
software programs. These applications are full of basic three-dimensional shapes
known as primitives or prims. These 3D shapes are actually building blocks that
are part of the more complicated characters. Take for instance, it is easier to form
a vehicle by adding cubes, cylinders, pyramids and spheres of varied sizes and
shapes. This object can be viewed from any angle since it is a 3D object and is
programmed on the X, Y, and Z axis.
There will be no surface colour and texture, when a model is created using
three-dimensional animation. There will be just a frame of the object- the blocks,
cubes, and spheres that are used to create that object. This is known as wire
Once you have created your wire frame, it is time to colour and texture it to make
it look more realistic. After giving life to your model, get it light to give it a depth
When it comes to creating lifelike three-dimensional objects, modeling programs
are really effective. This is because these programs contain mathematical
algorithms to imitate the natural world.
Uses of three-dimensional animation
There is no doubt that the Hollywood uses this technology to the greatest extent
to make films. Apart from being used in films, 3D animations is used in different
sectors like sales and service, supply chain and manufacturing and property
development and so on.
In the field of property development interactive animations are a great tool to
present a project in a proper manner. You can still find a buyer for your yet to be
built building project presenting your plan in a 3D animation.
So, next time when you have a client meet, forget not to have a 3D presentation
of your architectural project plan.
BY: Veetil Digital Services