A CREATION OF 3D COMPUTER GRAPHIC IMAGE IS A GRADUAL PROCESS. TO ILLUSTRATE THE LONG PATH BETWEEN THE SKETCHES AND THE FINAL IMAGE THERE ARE 4 BASIC STEPS.
- 1. WIREFRAMEA wireframe is a view inside the program where we determine the shapes, textures of the elements in the image also decide on the composition and the lighting in the final image. So this is what we see 95% of the time while creating an image.
- 2. WHITE RENDERThe second part is rendering elements shapes without the textures so we can see the light, shape and depth of the image this is a preview of what the final render might look like.
- 3. RENDERAfter we have everything done it's time to render. The render is generated after some hours (depending on the image it could even take several hours) and here we have the prefinal image.
- 4. FINALTo create the final image we retouch the render in image editing programs creating the final photorealistic image.