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How to make an animated Movie

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David Geib

on 19 November 2013

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Transcript of How to make an animated Movie

Steps on how to make an animated 3D-Movie
Goal
Overview
Pre-Production
- Story/Script
- Storyboard
- Visual Development
- Animatic
Production
- Modeling
- Rigging
- Animation
- Texturing
- Lightning and Rendering
Post-Production
- Editing and Coloring
- Sound-Design
Pre-Production
Story/Script
Good
Story?
Script
Storyboard
- drawings like in a comic strip
- visualize animation
- communicate ideas clearly
- shows camera movements

Visual Development
- defines the look of the film (tone, color)
- Layouts
- Model Sheets
- Drawings, Blue Prints, Sculptures

Animatic
- visualize the storyboard
- first comprehensive look on the film
- first sound and voice recordings
- good time for last minute story changes
Production
Modeling
- turns the 2D concept art into 3D models
- its like creating digital puppets
- software like "Cinema 4D"
Rigging
- adding skeleton to characters
- defines the movement
- important for the animation
Animation
- its like playing with 3D puppets
- long and difficult process
- motion capture

Texturing
- put textures on the models
- its like gluing wallpapers on the models
Lighting and Rendering
- placing lights
- defining light properties
- defining how light reflects

- converting 3D Models into 2D images with 3D photorealistic effects
- 24 images per second
- needs a lot of computing power
- rendering farms

Editing and Coloring
- give the final movie a little polish
- adding intro an final credits
- color correcting
- all shots should have the same look

Sound-Design
- very important point
- first sign of an amateur film is bad sound design
- create or record sound effects
- insert music
Post-Production
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