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3D Animation

When it comes to 3D animation, there is more to it than software. The project's success is often predicated on the application, and artistry that tell the story.


With the right animator, 3D can bring the impossible to life. 3D has many applications that add value to live-action videography. Think of a medical facility that needs to showcase the effects of medication. With 3D, we create an animated world, and the viewers can see first hand the biological responses of the body after taking the drug. 3D can combine with live-action for a more immersive viewing experience.


In other instances, 3D is not a luxury but a necessity, for example, when a physical product does not yet exist, and we rely on 3D to produce a visualization of the product.


While 3D animation is not extremely cost-effective, it can be somewhat a better solution at times. The alternative "live-action" requires locations, actors, props, sets, and crew.


Through the use of the latest software such as Cinema 4D, Maya, and Blender, we can create scenes filled with dynamic characters that behave on par with their real-life counterparts. 


ReyFilm's animators have a toolbox of software at their disposals such as Maya, Blender, Illustrator, 3D Max, Cinema 4D, and Sony Vegas.


So what animation work do we handle?


• Character animations
• Real-time rendering
• Modeling
• Rigging
• Photorealistic animation
• Concept designs
• 3D models
• Texturing


Below you will find a list of projects which can be a great fit for 3D.




  • Corporate Videos

  • Promotional Videos

  • Sizzle Reels

  • Web Videos

  • Industrial Videos

  • Training Videos

  • Demo Videos

Who can benefit from 3D ANIMATION:

  • Companies needing to advertise a prototype of a product not yet manufactured.

  • Companies looking to display a 3D rendering of an idea for an event.

  • Companies looking for a tailored 3D logo that behaves realistically in a 3D scene.

  • Companies looking to deliver an original message through the use of 3D animation.

  • Renderings for stage shows to serve as a layout to the real-life counterpart.

  • Filmmakers who wish to tell their stories with the art of animation.

  • Interior designers who require interior renderings for homes.

  • These are several of the applications for 3D; there are many others among a wide variation of industries.  

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