technical &
cinematic animation.

changing the way we view things.
Cinematic animation

3D models provide the perfect opportunity to fully illustrate design intent by allowing your clients to tour their new home, business, or property development via animation. With the advent of new technology specifically designed for the architectural industry, what used to be a cost prohibitive process for most is quickly becoming standard practice. New workflows streamline the production process thus reducing both delivery time and overall cost.

Cinematic animation of proposed design solutions is quickly becoming popular among designers striving to express their visions on a whole new level. The full impact of cinematic animation is both technical and emotional, allowing the designer to connect with their clients on multiple levels.  

The animation clip featured above was created by Allan Novosedlik as an example using a recently produced project. The project was developed and animated in Unreal Engine. 

Our Project Animations

illustrating the big picture.
technical animation

A typical application of a complete 3D model is to generate a “turn-table” or “walk-about” animated tour, where the model is rotated around a fixed point so that all sides of the model are presented to the viewer over time. Typically, an animation of this type lasts anywhere between 1 minute and 5 minutes depending on how large the building is. 

The examples presented here were produced using 3DS Max, Unreal Engine and Twinmotion software. 

Waters Edge Residence, Lakeshore Ontario.
turn-table animation

This exterior turn-table animation was created using Twinmotion software in early 2022.

Country Residence, Lakeshore Ontario.
turn-table animation

This exterior turn-table animation was created in Unreal Engine 5 in late 2023. A cinematic version of this is project is featured above.

Proposed family estate, London Ontario.
exterior tour animation

An exterior walk-around animation of a proposed family estate outside London Ontario. Model created in 3Ds Max, rendered with V-Ray, edited in Premiere Pro. Created in 2020