A brief overview of Tryop media and documentation terminology and process flow.
Visual design of non-animated features.
The rough idea; A summary and/or sketch which carries the bare minimum information from which to produce a detailed design.
The colors; 2D patterns, coloring, and/or text which conveys the appropriate desired surface detail.
The bones; Armatures, handles, and other aids for both positioning and animating spatial models or textures.
The form; 3D structural information which encodes the shape, size, and features of an object, character, or environment.
The combined elements of one or more of models, textures, and rigs into a cohesive set-piece.
Making physical things in real life. Most materials can be formed with all three of the following methods.
Starting with a big chunk and taking stuff away. Knapping, whittling, carving, and machining are all widely applied examples of the subtractive technique. Subtractive fabrication excels at producing smooth monolithic artifacts.
Starting with something flat, then cutting and/or bending it into shape. Origami, pepakura, sheet metal forming, metal forging, and tailoring are all widely applied examples of the sheet forming technique. Sheet fabrication excels at producing thin-walled shells that are both light and strong.
Adding material until the correct form is reached. Organic growth, painting, casting, and 3D printing are all widely applied examples of addative fabrication. The additive mode excels at producing complex material-optimized artifacts.
Serialized bulk wave transmission structures.
The rough idea; A summary and/or rough recording which carries the bare minimum information from which to produce a detailed composition.
Gathering and compiling the component sounds into the structural units of the audio work.
Arranging the composed and recorded elements into the final audio structure.
Visual design over time.
The arranging of visual elements to produce the illusion of the passage of time.
Making pictures from models; Converting static vector spatial data into rasterized 2d form.
Arranging audio and visual elements into a finalized video structure.
Tryop is alternately digitized and realized.
Tryop is pronounced ɾɻaɪɒpʰ but is not affiliated with companies whose names may share these or similar pronunciations.
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