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Crazy MediaWorks Studios

Let us enjoy the happiness of creativity

Crazy MediaWorks Studios

Let us enjoy the happiness of creativity

Types of Animation

Though there are several types of animation, the most popular animations are listed below:

3D Animation

It is one of the most popular types of animation, It is a lengthy process having series of tasks to achieve the desired results, for example below are some tasks to produce a 3D animation video:

  • 3D Modeling – Making the 3D models of Characters, objects, Props and environments which are part of script
  • Rigging – Making the bone structure of characters / Objects to make the joints flexible to allow realistic movement as per need of script using the specialized tools
  • Animation – Move the models (or some body parts) using specialized tools
  • Coloring & Texturing
  • Lighting & Rendering
  • Compositing


Normally this is costlier & lengthy process compared to other animation methods but produces high quality, sharper videos, Clean & crisp movements & realistic facial expressions.

Normally all product animation, Mahine animation and Animated movies are made in 3D. Rendering the high-density videos requires GPU servers to process various sub-components into Video format.

2D Animation

Also one of the most popular types of animation, It is a less expensive and faster way of animation. As its name suggests, the characters and other elements used in this animation are designed in 2 dimensions only which allows limited movement in body parts and facial expressions.

This animation’s process does not involve the lengthy and elaborate process as 3D animation and can be delivered in shorter time with a smaller team using normal workstations.

Motion Graphics Animation

This is a faster process which works by giving movement to graphic design elements. Static graphic design elements, such as logos, shapes, and text are used to animate to save time & cost however the quality of animation is average,

Normally such animations are used in Social Media ads, Short stories, Animated brochures etc. 

Since 3D Animation is most popular and widely used, It will be useful to explain the different categories of 3D Animation:

Product Animation

is a powerful tool that brings products to life and makes them more appealing to customers. It involves creating 3D digital renderings of a product, showcasing its features, functionality, and benefits in an engaging and dynamic way. 

They can be particularly effective for complex or technical products, where a Video shoot, Static image or text description may not fully convey the product’s benefits.

Process Animation 

is a visual representation of a process or system, used to explain complex procedures or workflows in a simple, engaging way. It can be used in various fields such as manufacturing, software engineering, business process management, and education. For example, it can illustrate the steps involved in manufacturing a product, the flow of data in a software system, or the stages of a business process. We create customized Process Animations that accurately represent your processes, making them easy to understand and follow.

3D Anamorphic Billboards,

also known as 3D Billboards, are a unique form of advertising that uses 3D footage to create an illusion similar to our experience of human vision.

These billboards are often used in digital advertising on billboard screens. They have been used by various brands to create larger-than-life illusions that blur the lines between technology and reality, showcasing creativity in advertising.

Mythological Animation 

is a genre that brings ancient myths and legends to life through the medium of animation. These animations often depict stories from various mythologies, imbuing them with vibrant visuals and dynamic storytelling. For example, they can portray epic battles between gods and monsters, heroic quests of legendary heroes, or moral tales from ancient scriptures. 

Mechanical & Liquid Animation 

is a branch of animation that involves the creation of animated mechanical systems. This can include anything from simple machines like pulleys and levers to complex machinery like car engines or robots. It’s often used in industries such as manufacturing, engineering, and video games to visualize how a particular machine or system works. For example, it can be used to demonstrate the inner workings of a car engine, or to animate a complex robot in a video game.