What is the Process?
Pre-Production is the phase of developing ideas further and planning prior to the process of production. In a live action movie sense, it is the period before filming starts. In an animation sense, it is the period before any real animating takes place.
Once the preparation is done - it's time to start Production.
In the world of live action, it's time to roll the cameras. In the world of animation, it's time to start the process of animating scenes. The Production phase is often the longest and busiest phase of the animation project. On a mainstream project, many animators and artists will be working together in teams.
Post-Production is the final stage in the process of creating an animation and involves exporting or rendering out the animation frames. Then editing the pieces of animation together using video editing software. The soundtrack, including sound effects, and/or voice over, is also added during the final edit.
The Post-Production stage may also involve further advanced processes such as compositing and color correction to make the actual video.
I do / do not have 3D MOdels already
If you already have 3D Models that have been created in Inventor, Solidworks, Revit, or any other solid modling program, we can import them in to save a great deal of time in creating your project
3D ANIMATION SERVICES: Pricing varies depending on how much work is involved. Each project is customized to the demands of the client. The details you supply to us determine the cost. We work to fit within your budget.
- 50% deposit is required to being the project
- Projects are watermarked and are released after final payment is received
How long does it take to complete a project?
Most industrial projects are complete within 4 – 8 weeks.
We require feedback within 5 business days upon delivery of each version produced throughout the process
What is the resolution of your videos and renderings?
- All animations are rendered out 1080p HD resolution.
- Printable Renderings can be made very large for printing in 300 dpi and can be delivered in PDF or TIFF also.
What is the file size of the final video?
File sizes have a very wide range. File size depends on:
- How long the video is
- How many colors in the video
These days file size is usually never an issue since we have YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, Google Drive, and other free file sending apps out there to use at our disposal.