Tag Archives | 3d animation

There Might Be Scrum-thing To This

“Individuals and interactions over processes and tools; Working software over comprehensive documentation; Customer collaboration over contract negotiation; Responding to change over following a plan.” –    The Agile Manifesto      In every sense of the word we are a growing company. Though we’re reaping the returns of our hard work, external growth outpacing internal growth makes […]

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Burnie & Earl: Can You Dig It?!

Recently, Softway Solutions had the privilege of creating a coloring book for the up and coming animation stars, Burnie & Earl. The idea for Burnie & Earl originated from Kid Energy USA. The purpose of Burnie & Earl is to educate adults and kids regarding how much oil and gas related products impact our lives. […]

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3D Animation Services for Softway Solutions Clients

Client: CLS Industrial Purification Starting Date:  September 2011 Completed Date:  November 2011 Project Title: CLS 3D Animation Video-Phase 1 3D Animation Client CLS manufactures custom-made absorbent systems that are implemented into one reactor charge. A reactor charge is made up several layers of variable zeolytes that remove chlorine and sulfur. As business increased for CLS, […]

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Talking about Storyboarding and Animation

Lauren Feehery is an expert in Design, 2D Animation, 3D Animation, and Web Design. She has been with Softway Solutions for two months and has already started sharing her knowledge about storyboarding. Lauren, Softway Solutions’ 2D artist, gives some insight on storyboarding for 3D projects as she becomes the newest member of the talented 3D […]

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3D Animation and Illustration for Accident scene recreation

We were asked to work on a litigation animation showing the environment that this accident occurred. Since actual enactment of the accident scene in not permitted to be shown to the jury, we were asked to recreate the conditions and the actual accident scene. This is a very intense process since each small detail matters […]

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