3D Animation Course And Certification

What is 3D Animation? 

3D Animation can be defined as the process of creating motion effects with 3 dimensional images and vectors. 3D Animation can be used to create 3D movies, films and frames in a digital environment known as 3D Software. 

3D Softwares are the specialized desktop-based applications or environment that creates the illusion of animation or movement by carefully manipulating 3D models or objects in order to export a set of meaningful motion graphics and movies. There are various techniques and methods involved in making 3D Animations known as the Production Process.

The 3D Production Process is divided into three main parts.

1. The Modelling, 

2. The Layout & Animation 

3. Rendering.

The Modelling is a step that describes the process of creating a three-dimensional object in a particular scene.

The Layout and Animation step describes the object's location and animation processing for specific scenes.

The Rendering represents the final result or output of the final motion graphics. 

3D Animation was evolved from 'Gumby' (in 1956) thus creating worlds most famous characters and stories. The history of 3D animation has the form of clay before the start of computer animation. The shape varies slightly for each shot. When you create hundreds or even thousands of photos at the same time, animations are created. This is called Static Motion. In this way, popular characters and plays were created, such as Wallace and Gromit, Sean Sheep and Robot Chicken - the artist who created the first true three-dimensional image of a human form used in Boeing's short films. Most people associate the term "Computer Graphics" with 3D Animation. 

3D animation is modelled digitally and edited by those called Animators. Animators creates the three-dimensional grids that can be edited and released. 

A 3D Artist or Animator Must Have Following Qualities:

1. Patience,

2. Details,

3. Hard-work,

4. Willingness,

5. Creativity.

Major Difference Between 2D And 3D Animation:

1. 2D is 2 Dimensional, cost effective but not too good for animation design,

2. 3D is 3 Dimensional, though expensive but very good for animation design.

Overall Workflow For Creating 3D Animation:

1. Concepting,

2. Modeling,

3. Texturing,

4. Shading,

5. Rigging,

6. Animation,

7. Cloth,

8. Hair and Fur,

9. Crowd,

10. Lighting,

11. Rendering,

The Popular 3D Animation Software: 

1. 3D Max,

2. Maya,

3. Cinema 4D,

4. Soft Image,

5. Mondo,

6. Blender,

Different Types of Light:

1. Omni light,

2. Directional lights,

3. Spots lights,

4. Area lights.

Some of the crowd simulation software include: Miarmy, Massive, Golaem crowd, and there are specialized software and plugins such as: Yet and Ornatrix.

In the Full Course, you will be able to build 3D Animation Movie Programs, whether short or long, ranging from basic and regular motions to advance motions using the software specified in the full course with Diploma Certificate to showcase your knowledge and competence.

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