Film & Stage visualizing using Sketchup
We provide services to users like art directors, film Makers, cinematographers and others for commercials, movies, and special effects in pre-visualization. Storyboards, lay-outs & models created by our team are used to share ideas with crew members, thereby reducing the many design iterations and costs commonly associated with filming. By using SketchUp during pre-visualization, both time and money are saved - leaving more of both for production.
We use SketchUp in Film & Stage to:
- ♦ Build sets
- ♦ Pre-visualize and plan shots, scenes and special effects
- ♦ Calculate camera and lens requirements
- ♦ Create animations
SketchUp for Digital Entertainment
Artists and designers in film and gaming use SketchUp to explore and express their ideas, creating 3D assets quickly and accurately. It lets them work as fast as they can think. Sketchup is used from storyboards to set design for exploring and presenting ideas in 3D.
Here Sketch Up lets you view your model through realistically-configured cameras. You can choose a lens/aspect ratio combination, make focal length and position adjustments, and "look through" your camera to preview your shots. You can even perform tilt, dolly, truck and pedestal moves to simulate the action of a real camera. Once your cameras are set up, it's easy to find the precise height, tilt angle and focal length for each one. You can modeled the entire studio set in Sketchup. All sets and camera angles will be pre-visualized with this dynamic 3D modeling tool. The final movie will maintain the integrity of the virtual sets designed in SketchUp. Making quick edits is crucial to the movie production process and this software delivers on its promise of ease and accessibility. The LightWave 3D can produce really amazing renderings. If you watch television or if you have ever gone to the movies in the last decade, you have seen LightWave 3D in action.
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