Main Page Renderings Animations 3D Development
Animation Exposure

KDC-INFOrmational
by Keith D. Commiskey


Being this information is quite old (1990's - early 2000's),
and although at least some information could still be pertinent,
it should primarily be considered 'Nostalgia for Old Timers'.
TABLE OF CONTENTS


YOUR FIRST ANIMATION


Why Animation?


Cost-effective Alternatives

    Scaled Models
    Photography
    3D Computer Models
    Still Renderings


Extra Benefits

    Promotional Materials
    Recognition


HOW TO GET STARTED - THE CLIENT'S PERSPECTIVE

    What to Expect
    Limitations


The Steps Involved

    Getting Acquainted
    The Script, Storyboard and Visual Aids
    Getting Estimates
    Policies
    Contracts
    Meetings
    Subsequent Animations


THE ANIMATION PROCESS


Initial Meeting and Retainer

    Time Frame
    Communication
    Final Medium
    Length of Animation
    Finalize Script and/or Storyboard Pictures
    Utilizing Text
      Quantity
      Fonts / Typefaces
    Attain All Necessary Materials and Receiving Retainer
    Review of Animation Segments
    Retainer


Initial Meeting - Summary

    Animator Criteria and Considerations
    A summary list of overall considerations and things to keep in mind


Conclusion