3D modeling allows you to create 3-dimensional objects on a computer. Thus, it is possible to realize complex objects, environments, characters, buildings, landscapes, etc. from simple shapes such as spheres, polygons, cones or curves that define structures. Everything is possible. To dress the objects, they are covered with textures.
Once done, even if you start having results, the work is not finished. Indeed, it is possible to apply characteristics to each element created to set it in motion, for example, or to assign reactions that will occur in a given situation. Sources of light can also be defined to virtually illuminate objects, make them more real and put them in situation.
Thus, the 3D modeling makes it possible to put in situation of objects before proceeding to their manufacture. This is called CAD, computer-aided design. But of course, it’s not the only application of 3D modeling. Indeed, it also serves as a basis for the production of multimedia or audiovisual content.
How to do 3D modeling?
3D modeling requires specialized software. 3D modeling is a complex area that requires specific training. It is true that today there are tools allowing everyone to do a little 3D, but of course these are limited. The principle is the same as in photo editing: fans will find Paint enough to crop their images while professionals or those who need to make advanced editing will turn to Photoshop.