BRING your imaginative story to life with Hive Studio team of top talented professionals. As the world of animation has infinite possibilities; if you can imagine it, we can create it. From sleek and polished professional videos to high-energy cartoons that surpass your full dreams and expectations, our character design artists put the spark of life into everyone they create. They’re not simply drawing an object, but imbuing a person with a soul. We know you’re already a little bit in love with the characters you’ve imagined, so we bring them to our real life just how you want. When we tackle cartoon design, making all the characters and settings fit together is essential. When we build a world and a story, it has to be convincing, no matter the drawing style or absurdity of the plot. Animating objects that appear in a three-dimensional space can be rotated and moved like real objects. 3D animation is at the heart of games and virtual reality, It also be used in presentation graphics to add flair to the visuals
3D Motion Graphics; are pieces of digital footage or animation which create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects. What is beyond you could Imagine for Art and 3D Services your full Dreams and Expectations including the Creation, concept art, technology consulting.
With powerful 3D animation software like Autodesk Maya and Autodesk 3ds Max, 3D animators give the models the power to move. The 3D artists can also use motion capture technology to the movement of people or objects. By using 3D animation markers, the animated 3D characters can have perfect movements. Some parts of a scene, like particles, fluids, and cloth, are animated using Dynamics, which simulate laws of physics to create realistic motion.
Building powerful animation requires creativity, artistry, and thought. Our 3D artists create lively videos, with expertise in every facet of their designs. Working with us is like collaborating with visual effects companies and animation companies at the same time. Hive-Studio
3D artistic professionals are capable of Yielding and Furnishing your imaginative far-fetched Designs to become real in the Digital Realm. Our exclusive 3D services include:
- 3D Cartoon Animation.
- 3D Motion Graphics.
- Visual effects.
- Titles sequences.
- Channels identity.
- TV Program identity.
Our pipe line: the Concept is the hero of each project once we finalize your needs, we go through the Character Design and Background Design sketches, perhaps in pencil, ink, or paint, perhaps already in a 2D or 3D digital format. You can see your Story Board where you can check the outline in visual form showing the progression of the animation. Then we have to go for refining and finalizing all elements. With the overall visual assets decided upon, the story board can evolve into Animatic, a pre-visualization of the entire concept in motion using simplified 3D models. During 3D modeling, our creative give physical dimensions to objects and characters, ensuring consistency in the appearance and behavior of one model with others. Texturing supplies the visible skin of each creation, transforming it from a monochrome figure into an object or character with colors and shading. Articulating models require a digital skeleton; how one part of a model moves in relation to other parts is just as important as the whole model’s interactions with other models. This is called rigging; and provides the basis for realistic motion in the final product. Lighting and Rendering is the final stage in the production pipeline, where the raw animated scene is illuminated and output. There are three main stages for a 3D animation production: Pre-Production: Concept, Character, Background Designs, Storyboard and Animatics Production: 3D Modeling, Texturing, Rigging, Animation, Dynamics, and Lighting & Rendering. Post-Production: Visual Effects & Compositing, Video Editing, and Sound Editing
- Pre-Production Stage:
It is one of the most important steps. A full story begins with the main concepts. After then other things such as the script, shot sequence and camera angles are worked on. Pre-production major components are Story Boarding, Layouts, Model Sheets and Animatics. Also it provides a visual reminder of the original plan; something that can be referred back to throughout the production
- Story Boarding It is an essential stage of the animation process & helps to finalize the development of the storyline. It is made up of drawings in the form of a comic strip, and is used to both help visualize the animation and to communicate ideas clearly. It details the scene and changes in the animation, often accompanied by text notes describing things occurring within the scene itself, such as camera movements.
- Layouts After approving Story Board, the layout department designs the locations and costumes. With this done they begin to stage the scenes, showing the various characters’ positions throughout the course of each shot.
- Model Sheets They are drawn groups of pictures that show all of the possible expressions that a character can make, and its different poses that they could adopt. The purpose of these sheets is to accurately maintain character detail and to keep the designs of the characters uniform. The character designs are finalized during this stage.
- Animatics It is a created simplified mock-up within the VFX studio, In order to give a better idea of the motion and timing of complex animation sequences and VFX-heavy scenes
- Production Stage:
Based on the guidelines established during preproduction, it’s here that the actual work can start. Some major parts are layout, modeling, texturing, lighting, rigging and animation.
- Layout The Layout is to compose the shot and delivering rough animation to the animators as a guide. What they produce is the 3D version of what the storyboard artists had previously drawn on paper.
- Modeling Turn the 2D concept art and traditionally sculpted Marquette’s into high detail, topologically sound 3D models. Once the model is approved, it will be made available to the rigging and texture paint, to complete the final stages in preparing the model for animation and rendering.
- Texturing Whether creating a texture from scratch or through editing an existing image.
- Lighting It is to lighting the individual scenes, and to bring together all of the elements that have been created by the other. Lighting TDs combine the latest version of the animation, the effects, the camera moves, the shades and textures into the final scenes, and render out an updated version every day.
- Rigging Rigging is the process of adding bones to a character or defining the movement of a mechanical object, and it’s central to the animation process. Also developing cloth simulation – so as well as making a character able to clench their fist or rotate their arm, It is about making their costume move in a believable manner.
- Animation Produce elements such as smoke, dust, water and explosions, although development on these aspects does not start until the final animation/lighting has been approved as they are integral to the final shot and often computationally heavy.
- Post-production Stage:
It refers to the tasks that must be completed or executed after the filming or shooting ends. These include the editing of raw footage to cut scenes together, inserting transitional effects, working with voice and sound actors and dubbing.
- Compositing To create the final rendered image ready for film, bring together all of the 3D elements produced in the previous steps in the pipeline.
- Video Editing Manipulating and rearranging shots to create a seamless final product, and remove any unwanted footage and scenes. Editing is a crucial step in making sure the video flows in a way which achieves the initial goal.
- Sound Editing It is about selecting and assembling the sound recordings in preparation for the final sound mix, ensuring lip sync and adding all of the sound effects required for the final film.