What is 3D Modeling?

The process of creating three-dimensional representations of an item or a surface is known as 3D modeling. The 3D modeling creates a digital object that can be completely animated, making it a necessary step in character animation and special effects. 3D models are utilized in a wide range of applications, including commercial advertising, architecture, art, engineering, video games, and film.We develop 3D models of any complexity to enhance the digital experience of your customers and widen brand recognition in Dubai, UAE.


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The Process of Creating a 3D Model

1. Modeling

During XYZ the first step, the artist makes rough models of the 3D objects and arranges them to form a scene. After developing the basic geometry of a 3D model, it is frequently required to adapt the polygons to the shape of the item. It’s critical for 3D objects that are too large to operate in apps, VR, AR, or computer games built with the Unity engine. Topology and retopology can address the problem in these circumstances by lowering the number of polygons. When fewer polygons perfectly duplicate the form and structural lines, a 3D model gets lighter while maintaining its high quality.

2. UV scan

A 3D artist needs a flat map of an object which has all the necessary elements located on a flat surface. The artist can add texture to the basic 3D model. The models are getting closer to their final design and appear smoother and more detailed. In this stage, some artists additionally position the lighting and cameras to set the scene up for texturing

3. Texturing

Transparency, solidity, reflectivity, and other properties of an item are defined by the materials that were used in the process of creating a 3D model. There are several material libraries for 3D software available, with materials and textures ranging from stone to wood, metals to textiles. The texture is essentially a 2D image of the surface that lacks the previously described material properties. 3D artists often employ preset textures, although they may always develop their own at the client’s desire. This choice is ideal for special materials for personalized goods with one-of-a-kind designs.


4. Creating and configuring a skeleton

A skeleton is created for an object that should move in the future. The process of creating and configuring a skeleton (bone system) is called skinning. The bones allow the three-dimensional character to move, and fully participate in the animation. One character can have from 30 to 120 or more bones. The more complex the character, the more bones are needed for its correct animation and realistic behavior. To create and edit bones, our team from many others uses 3DsMax, Maya, Blender 3D programs


5. Setting the light and the observation point

In order to increase the level of realism and bring out even more details of a 3D model, 3D artist needs to choose suitable light tone, brightness level, sharpness, and depth of shadows. Another crucial thing is the choice of observation point for the object. Depending on which side will be chosen to serve as an observation point, the final look of a 3D model will drastically change. This step is usually time-consuming and requires a lot of concentration and experience to achieve the needed result.