Rapid animation is created using a cloud-based animation platform that allows us to create animations, explainer videos, and other types of animated content. The software is aimed at clients who want to us create engaging and professional-looking videos produced rapidly at a dramatically lower price point. The platform provides a wide range of templates, characters, backgrounds, props, and other resources that makes it faster to create animations and add special effects, audio, and other elements.
It takes us roughly 25 hours to produce 5 minutes of Rapid 2D Animation. This time can increase if some custom illustrations are required.
In certain cases, clients necessitate the creation of completely original characters and settings, which demands a more substantial investment of time and resources. However, the payoff is a customized result that precisely meets their requirements.
During the briefing, it’s important to make sure that everyone is on the same page and has a clear understanding of what we are trying to achieve.
Here are some key points that should be covered:
Give a brief overview of the project, including its purpose, target audience, and desired outcome.
Explain the desired style and tone of the animation, such as 2D or 3D, realistic or cartoony, etc.
Provide a description of the characters, including their personality, appearance, and behaviour.
Outline the story, including its structure, key events, and any specific scenes you would like to see animated.
Specify any animation techniques you would like to see used, such as stop-motion, motion graphics, etc.
Timing & Budget
Provide the studio with a timeline for the project, including any key deadlines, and discuss your budget for the project.
Share any reference materials, such as storyboards, character designs, or sample animations, to help us understand your vision.
Establish a clear approval process for the animation, including how feedback and revisions will be handled.
Steps involved when producing an animation
Concept & Planning
Concept & Planning
This involves coming up with the idea for the animation, determining the story, characters, and setting.
We write a script that outlines the story and dialogue. This serves as the foundation for the animation.
We create visual representations of each scene in the animation, including character movements and camera angles. This helps to visualize the story and plan out the animation.