We use 3d to show the qualities of an object or product will look like, before the rendered product has even been manufactured.
3d is used in commercial adverts to show off what their product is available of achieving.
With 3d you can design graphics for websites and have the ability to import work as still images or videos formats into website editing software, (such as flash cs4.)
3D movies are becoming more popular today, with the use of wearing 3d glasses while watching your film, you can picture your film in a realistic and three dimensional movement.
Rendered, is when we define a photo which may be a object of a bottle, and then we build an object using primitives into a 3d model to define the look in the photo. We do this using 3d software, once the model has completed vertices's, we add textures to the surface, of the bottle.
the final model is rendered for and overall client visual.
This piece of media is a short animated film by recent creative graduates It’s a tale of the sun, moon and two characters who inhabit a world that relies on night and day.
“The greatest challenge for the designer was conceptualising all the mechanics and creating a logical and valid system for the sun and moon’s cycle. they must have gone through 20 re-writes of the script and endless designs for machinery before settled. Although the story is ultimately fantasy, the mechanics of it still had to seem possible in real-world applications.
The Characteristics and qualities of this animation are shown as quite static. The characteristics in the animation shows the old house which looks almost cartoon like because of it's slant stance. We can can see night sky in the background and a foggy cloud in the moonlight, which gives the qualities in this shot a spooky impression to it.
Evaluation for 3d film.
Note also the mouth is sad, with no smile. The designer has made the character with these semiotic meanings to play that specific part in the film.