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3D Rendering and Animation - Discover the Latest Techniques That Studios Are Using

By Cody Landon

There are two ends of the spectrum when it comes to animation. Those who like to watch it and those who like to produce it. Then there is the aspect of 2D and 3D animation. Popularity is rising with the 3D because of the realism but that does not mean there is going to be an end to the 2D.

Animators utilize the 3D rendering techniques to bring their drawings to life. 2D serves the same purpose but the computer and its software capabilities have open doors for 3D animation that were not considered possible. Now with the opportunities afforded by 3D Flash and online 3D illustration techniques, it has opened a new world to animation.

Most often, when people ponder animation they relate it to cartoon animation. It does not just apply to this one sector. Anything that is made to move is technically animated and not just restricted to cartoons. A good example of animation is perhaps a 3d floor plans or any of the 3D building plans you see.

It is easy to see the potential benefits that 3D renderings have on all kinds of industries and not just the cartoon or movie sectors. Businesses can now show their capabilities through these 3D renderings making it a very powerful marketing tool to be used.

It even can go beyond the scope of the business sector and is become an effective training tool in all kinds of applications as well. As one sees the scope of 3D opportunities growing its easy to see where career and employment can become magnified in the industries requirements for 3D animators. As this grows so, will the capabilities of the software that is used to reach the outcome of the renderings.

As more and more individuals take advantage of what the computers and internet technology can offer them, the greater the need for 3D rendering and animation is going to be.

Any individual that is involved in animation or hopes to be will have to be constantly aware of what is available and coming available by way of 3D software. It must be remembered however that the renderings will only be as good as the person operating the software to create them is. Artistic skills and their fundamentals are a requirement for the animator. If he does not have these skills then he is not able to just the quality and performance of the ratings. It is most likely the job requirements will not be met and the animator will not keep his position.

So not only does an aspiring animator have to have good artistic skills, proper training but also has to grow as the technology in the industry grows. By doing this, one is sure to keep up with the advanced and latest techniques of 3D rendering. It these types of format that will open the doors of employment not only at the entry level but also as a means of climbing the corporate ladder. This is the place where any individual who wants a career in animation strives for.

3D Animation Is Everywhere

By Reggie Rocca

The talent required to create animation is a fantastic gift. Actually, the creators of animation enjoy it, just as much as the audience. Previously, the most creative ones, were created through 2D animation, but currently because of the development of 3D technology it made possible a much better quality and it is also easier to produce. 3D technology gives the realism of real live, as a contrast to the advanced technological implementation of computing technology, making it fabulous for the audience.

Similarly to a constructor who lays foundations for a house, animations begin with a base or foundation, enabling animators to create and build on concepts or ideas they previously have produced. As soon as they are pleased with the developed ideas, they can focus their efforts on using 3D rendering processes to 'give life' to their animations. The 3D rendering processes used by animators is what in fact makes a big difference. They are responsible for turning something good into something marvelous.

Online 3D illustrations and 3D Flash suffered great modifications over the last five, six years or so. Previously, although the software resources were available, they had a great cost. Consequently, for the animators to create a piece would have to make a major investment for the software to be up and running. Currently, software is more affordable and more capable, offering many opportunities for both new and experienced animators.

A general false impression is that animation is only used in kids programs or in cartoons. It is in fact a huge mistake, as virtually anything that is manipulated using computer technology is considered animation. This includes creating plans made into 3D or creating a virtual car design. Animators don't work just in cartoons, but also in numerous industries.

3D animations really took of in cartoons, where is a new use for it. Various businesses across the world are presenting their expertise and supremacy in their area by making different 'flash' services or products making them distinctive using 3D animation. One concluding example from this point of view would be the various marketing companies that use a lot of external help for their company, services or products to look a bit superior. Naturally, 3D animation and rendering processes are precisely what they should apply if this is what they want to obtain. When you next look at a marketing company, or to any other company that sells products, observe if their brochure or website is eye-catching, and if so, is it because of the use of 3D animation? The implementation of animation rendering techniques will allow them to offer a new and improved look of their company and to differentiate them from the others.

Where else can we found such 3D animation rendering techniques?

Are you a teacher or have you been a student? Well, we all know that there are numerous ways an individual can learn new information. Typically, most students (regardless of the topic) have a very good response to such visual resources as pictures, books or other visual resources based on computer. In fact, due to the current popularity of computers and internet, there is really no need for a teacher. As an alternative, attractive and educative courses can be created to be used through a computer and then turn into something more pleasant to the eye applying 3D animation rendering techniques.

Where is 3D animation heading to? 3D animation, just as virtually any other industry is evolving very fast. Thus, a rendering techniques prefect today could be easily useless the next day. Software is the main factor in making excellent 3D animation. Any person wanting to join the industry or are involved already, need to recognize what is hot and what not, or they will be left behind. Keep in mind that software is not doing the work for you and the final product is going to be only as good as the one at the computer using rendering techniques.

Initially, 3D animation was in fact an operating software, but currently due to the advanced technological features and techniques that can be applied, it has become much more than that. As the software operator is more artistic and creative, the chances are higher for the final product to be a stunning success. Extremely powerful animations can be created with remarkable creativity, relevant experience in the arts industry as well as the expertise to operate great 3D animation software, implementing the right rendering techniques.

What Does It Take to Be an Animator?

By Art Saborio

The animation career has similarities. 3 D animation jobs and the 2 D animation job skill sets are fairly close when planning and starting an animation project. The basic algorithms that both 2 D and 3 D animation based themselves on are similar no matter the tools or methods being used. The similarities are most clear when conducting work within a wire frame format. The computer animated 3 D environment is powerful, yet each skill relies on the other to get the desired effect.

Kinds of Animation

A perfect example is lighting. Both use the same concepts to create lighting effects. Another example is rendering techniques. Both use rendering techniques taught in 2 D. The differences start to show once the object or character after rendering has occurred. At this time the 3 D visual aspects break away from their 2 D cousin. In order to understand 3 D animation, it is critical you first master the 2 D aspect.

3D animation training and working with characters to bring them to life is not as easy as it seems. Yet with practice, anyone can create visual effects that can rival the big animation studios. Working with an in-depth knowledge of 2 D graphics and 3 D animation, you can easily create website, design products, and create video games that are polished and professional looking. To get to this level takes a good understanding of graphics and an even stronger knowledge of computer software.

High End Graphic Software

If you plan to use some of the high-end branded software like 3 D Studio Max or Maya, there will be a very large learning curve. Other skills that come in handy are those that make use Photoshop. Knowing how to manipulate 2 D drawings and photos come in handy for the animator. A person can easily gain this experience by taking a few classes at the many universities and trade schools which teach the subject. Usually all computer animation courses will start with a 2 D course work and work their way into 3 D animation or the digital arts. Another option is to find the animation information online. At no time in history has it ever been easier to find good solid animation education online. Give it a try to see what is available.

The Basics - What You Need To Know To Begin

1) Creation of primary characters by using the bouncing ball principle.

2) Understanding the anatomy of the character and setting models with the help of knowledge in proportions.

3) Color theory knowledge.

4) Bone structure and skin textures.

5) Color rendering.

Know These To Begin Competing Against Other Animators

1) Modeling the character and understanding the mesh tool.

2) Shading skills.

3) Sketching and rigging skills.

4) Computer software knowledge and making use of it.

Top Dog Skills - Advanced Hardcore 3D Animation Skills

1) Conceptualizing an animation along with facial features and creating full fleshed characters.

2) Making short animation movie.

3) Shading, lighting and rendering using layers.

4) Giving the last fluid effect. This is the art of using all the packages together along with sketching to get the perfect in 3d animation.

5) If you are lucky enough to master all the skills above, you may find yourself with an amazing job. Some of the top animators work for Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks, with a little hard work, you may one day work for one of the three.

How Are Animations Produced? The Guide To 3D and 2D Animations

By Cody Landon

Animation is defined as the rapid display of a sequence of images in order to create an illusion of movement. There are several techniques used in animation, namely traditional animation, stop motion animation, and computer animation. Nowadays, computer animation seems to be the way to go whether it be for a motion picture, video program or any other means of presenting animation.

Computer animation covers a plethora of techniques, with the unifying factor being that it is digitally created on a computer. There are two kinds of computer animation, namely 2D and 3D animation.

2D figures are created on the computer using 2D bitmap graphics or vector graphics. This includes computerized versions of a number of traditional animations techniques. 3D animation is digitally modeled and manipulated by an animator. While the results of the two techniques vary greatly, 3D animation actually relies on many of the same algorithms used in 2D.

A lot goes in to making a 3D animation, namely a variety of algorithms, mathematical functions, simulated fur or hair, effects such as fire and water and so much more. These can be achieved by using different techniques, including photo realism, cel-shaded and motion capture.

Photo realism is used mainly if the animator's goal is for the animation to resemble real life. Using advanced rendering techniques, an animator can make detailed skin, plants, water, fire, clouds and just about everything under the sun, as close to real life as they can. Cel-shaded animations is used to mimic traditional animation using computer graphics software. It can make shading look stark and lessen the blending of colors. Motion capture is when a live actor wears a special suit that allows computer to copy their movements into computer generated characters. And that's just a few of the techniques that fall under 3D dynamics. I believe that this is what makes it so popular these days.

3D techniques allow us to create a virtual world in which characters and objects move and interact. These techniques, when applied one on top of the other, also allows the images to seem more realistic. It is for this reason that many 3D animations are used as visual effects for movies, or make up whole movies, that have been released for the better part of the past decade.


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''Where do architects and designers get their ideas?'' The answer, of course, is mainly from other architects and designers, so is it mere casuistry to distinguish between tradition and plagiarism?
Stephen Bayley

A building is akin to dogma; it is insolent, like dogma. Whether or no it is permanent, it claims permanence, like a dogma. People ask why we have no typical architecture of the modern world, like impressionism in painting. Surely it is obviously because we have not enough dogmas; we cannot bear to see anything in the sky that is solid and enduring, anything in the sky that does not change like the clouds of the sky.
Gilbert K. Chesterton

A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines.
Frank Lloyd Wright

A modern, harmonic and lively architecture is the visible sign of an authentic democracy.
Walter Gropius

A structure becomes architectural, and not sculptural, when its elements no longer have their justification in nature.
Guillaume Apollinaire

Ah, to build, to build! That is the noblest art of all the arts. Painting and sculpture are but images, are merely shadows cast by outward things on stone or canvas, having in themselves no separate existence. Architecture, existing in itself, and not in seeming a something it is not, surpasses them as substance shadow.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

All architects want to live beyond their deaths.
Philip Johnson

All architecture is great architecture after sunset; perhaps architecture is really a nocturnal art, like the art of fireworks.
Gilbert K. Chesterton

All fine architectural values are human vales, else not valuable.
Frank Lloyd Wright


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