By Kim Erwin
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The transition from 2D to 3D is not always smooth. There are some designs, especially “cartoony” or stylized ones, that can prove to be nearly impossible to achieve in 3D. Modeling straight from a drawing can be a disaster. Once perspective is introduced, proportions change and what looked good on the page is no longer appealing. A gifted modeler that can translate the feeling of a design is invaluable. 32 Digit a l M ode l i n g Sometimes there are modelers in the art department. These half-designer/ half-modelers can work on designing sets or help create rough assets for previsualization or animatics.
Chapter Two] U nde rstanding a M ode le r ’s R ole Storyboard With the script approved, the director will work with story artists to continue to flesh out the story in the form of storyboards, or sequences of images that help previsualize the story. 9 shows a storyboard sequence from the animated Sifaka World pilot. The storyboarding process, in its form today, was developed at the Walt Disney Studio during the early 1930s. 9] The storyboards created for the Sifaka World pilot became the blueprint for the team to work from.
If you’re the only person working on a project, you are responsible for carrying the workload of all departments for all three stages of production. Larger projects require the collaboration of multiple players, blending the talents and skill sets of the team to produce what would otherwise be a daunting task for an individual. It’s important to note that no matter the size of the team or project, you will need a strong production pipeline. Although every project will go through all three stages of the production process, not every project that you generate digital models for will require all components.
Communicating the New: Methods to Shape and Accelerate Innovation by Kim Erwin