3D MODELING SERVICES

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are 3D immersive technologies. Thus, 3D modeling forms an essential part of bringing these technology applications to life.

There is various 3D modeling software that helps you perform 3D rendering, 3D modeling, 3D character rigging, and making 3D texture in the character of your choice. So, whether you are a designer, architect, contractor, or product manufacturer, 3D models are essential to your business which you cannot avoid. Our 3D Modeling team manages it all for you.

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Our 3D Modeling Services/Solutions

3D Modeling Queppelin offers its 3D modeling services by creating 3D models of the application the customer wants using the various 3D modeling softwares. 

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3D Rendering

Queppelin offers its 3D rendering services by creating 3D rendering designs using various 3D rendering software.

Some of the general services offered by Queppelin in the field of 3D character modeling are:

Our 3D Modeling Skill Set

Creating rigged 3D models and 3D model textures requires at least 16 GBs of RAM. Also, for the best-in class experience Queppelin also invests highly in the Graphical Processing Units required to keep making the 3D models. At the start we talked about the various 3D Modeling Softwares that our 3D Modeling Team uses to create the 3D Character Models. Some of the platforms we use are:

Blender:

Being one of its kind, Blender is an open source toolset that offers professional grade features to the users. It is an all in one package offering high grade modelling, texturing and rendering 3D graphics along with animating them. It has got vast community support and has been around since two decades now. Its 3D modelling tools are highly impressive and upto the mark comparable to state of the art software available.

Along with the high community support, one thing to boast about blender is the fine and amazing textures and the variety of supported pre-built models. With Blender almost all the modeling and animation can be covered to fit the modern 3D requirements.


Autodesk Maya:


If you tend to ask a 3D artist to think of the best 3D modelling software, it so happens that most choose Autodesk’s Maya. Maya is largely the industry standard for 3D modeling and boasts an unparalleled range of features and tools. It is a hugely extensible app that isn’t meant for the faint-hearted. The highly complex toolset takes time to learn and Queppelin already is the king in using Maya.

Maya is great at 3D modelling, 3D texturing, 3D rigging and 3D rendering – it offers a vast set of features including hair, particles, fluid simulations, cloth and character animation. There’s a high chance that you might never touch some of the functionality it offers. Thus, you should decide if it’s actually an overkill for your needs.

With greater features comes greater price of the service. Maya does not offer a cheap subscription.


3ds Max:


Autodesk’s 3ds Max is another 3D computer graphics program for running only on a PC. It caters to feature film and TV production and for product and architectural. 3ds Max boasts a robust set of tools for 3D modelling. Not to mention fur and hair, fluid simulations, plus 3D character rigging and 3D animation. It also boasts of a large set of modifiers which makes the 3D modelling process generate more realistic characters.

Queppelin already has the subscription for all of the softwares mentioned. We can offer you the state-of-the art 3D models at an affordable price without the hassle of you having to buy these subscriptions.

How do we deliver our 3D Modeling Services?

Queppelin is built on specific fundamental values that have been imbibed over a couple of years in all our services. This holds for our 3D modeling service too. One of our primary values is to develop client-centric products. Our 3D modeling team follows the following protocol while developing games for you.

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Our Approach to 3D Modeling/Animation Work

Queppelin works on specific fundamental mechanisms that have been imbibed over a couple of years in all our services. This holds for our 3D modeling service too. One of our primary benefits is to develop client-centric products. Our 3D modeling team follows the following mechanism while providing our 3D animation products/services/solutions for you.

Step 1

3d animation process step 1

Requirement Gathering & Storyboarding/Moodboard (Analysis)

The idea finalization, analysis, and approval form the backbone of transmitting an idea through the animation process. 

The idea shared in text or verbal format has to be first understood and conceptualized.

The pen-paper or tool-based storyboarding ensures the idea intended by the client and interpreted by the service provider (Queppelin) are in sync.

Step 2

3d animation process - animatic

Animatic

The goal of an animatic is to define the timing for a piece of moving image. When used with a soundtrack, they’re a quick and easy way to get a sense of a finished piece of moving image. Animatics are created by playing a series of images in order and changing the timing of each frame. Timing changes are used to create a sense of pace.

Originally, animatics were created by filming drawings with a camera, then editing the film to various scenes. Today you can create an animatic in Photoshop, After Effects, or specialist animatic software.

Step 3

3d animation process step 2

2D Model & Assets Designs (Illustration)

The next step is creating the characters, outlining the backgrounds, and preparing other visual elements of the animation.

It starts from simple sketches and develops into detailed designs and images.

Then, it’s time to decide the color palettes of the animation, including the colors of various objects and lighting.

Another important part of any animation is the backgrounds where different actions come to life and the characters perform their activities.

Step 4

3d animation process step 3

3D Modelling

This stage defines how each of the characters will look like and how the background environment will support the story.

It’s the actuals that meet the eye at this stage. Eventually, assets are a combination of character designs and the corresponding environment.

The idea of creating the characters based on the storyboard above takes place in a jiffy if the assets are first created in 2D (illustrator) and approval is sought for the look & feel.

Step 5

3d animation process step 4

Rigging

The step involves creating a skeletal structure (for animation movement), introducing points for movement (joints) to enable the mobility of a character.

Achieving smooth and complex animations is entirely dependent on the quality of the rigging phase in the animation pipeline.

Step 6

Voice Over & Music

A parallel procedure to record voices (with specialized artists in various languages) takes place as per the script finalization.

Also, some licensed and royalty-free music tracks can be arranged from various sources online.

Step 7

3d animation process step 6

Animation (Unrendered)

The idea finalization, analysis, and approval form the backbone of transmitting an idea through the animation process.

The idea shared in text or verbal format has to be first understood and conceptualized.

Step 8

Rendering (External/Internal)

Rendering enables frame by frame generation of a final assembled animation.

This step is time-consuming and books a bunch of resources, therefore generally outsourced to external render farms.

Specialized Render farms are available with a high number of server nodes for faster and high-quality output.

Step 9

3d animation process step 8

Lighting, Touchup & Sound Integration

This step enables a cinematic view of our framed output to provide shading, lighting effects to the video.

This increases the feel of realism to the views of the animation video.

Step 10

3d animation process step 9

Video Editing (Final, Internal or External)

The final step ensures frame-compiled videos created and ready for peruse.

The output is standard mp4 (most of the time) and can be trimmed to a preferred resolution, pixel density, and more settings required, so as to enable upload over Facebook, Youtube, and other platforms.

  • Color Scrip Animation

    Colors have various mood connotations and combining them can subconsciously make the viewer experience different emotions. The main point here is that the colors should serve the story in a way or another. Color scripting is a process of mapping out the color, lighting, and emotional connotations of an animation video in an animation studio. A Color script is a sequential and visual outline, explaining how colors will be used throughout the 3d animation.

  • Color Correction – 

    A combination of technical solutions in a single process to fix color problems and correct any deviations from the standard colors in a project is called color correction. Color correction is not limited to 3D animation production. It is widely used on television, cinema, photography, etc.

    There’s another process called Color Grading which looks similar from the technical point of view but different in how and when it is used. Once the rendered video is color corrected, the aesthetics and thematic properties of the project can be improved through color grading.

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