What we do
We create animated logos for program intros, films, video intros, and music videos.
We produce animated music videos for educational, promotional or artistic purposes.
We create 2d and 3d animated adverts for products and services. For TV and internet
We create architectural animations for off-plan marketing and structural visualization.
Graphics widely used in films, music videos, animated text, commercials, and apps.
Product animation to depict your product’s configuration, its assembly, and even its inner-workings.
We create an entire set using mostly photo manipulation and 3D projection techniques.
Extension of an existing set built for a project using generally the same techniques as matte painting.
Create full 3 dimensional sets in visual effects / VFX (films), music videos and commercials.
Create digital backdrops for printing on canvas for multiple purposes.
Skybox / Cyclo
Create backgrounds to make a computer and video games level look bigger than it really is.
Conveying a visual representation of an idea for use mostly in films or other media before production.
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Inspiration I have always liked the shape of the BMW – X6 SUV first generation.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to rig and animate a Semi-Trailer Truck in
Hello! Thanks for stopping by. Gachoki here. I’m a self-taught Blender user that started in
This is the second and last part of my rig and animate a car tutorial.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to rig a car in 2 minutes using Blender 2.83 animation software
Have you ever considered creating animation for your brand, product, or project? Animations are engaging
Frequently asked questions
There is no definitive production time for animation. It depends on the length, the complexity of the design, and the level of detail needed. Just like building a house. A small simple one storey house will take a shorter time to complete compared to a twenty storey building. Simply get in touch with Gachoki Studios, and we shall give you a timeline for your project.
2D and 3D in animation refer to the actual dimensions in a computer workspace. 2D is “flat”, using the horizontal and vertical (X and Y) dimensions, the moving images have only two dimensions and if turned to the side become a line. 3D adds the depth (Z) dimension. This third dimension allows for rotation and visualization from multiple perspectives. It is essentially the difference between a photo and a sculpture.
There is no average production cost for animation. It depends on the length, the complexity of the design, and the level of detail needed. Just like building a house. A small simple one storey house will cost much less to build compared to a twenty storey building. Simply get in touch with Gachoki Studios, and we shall give you a quote for your project.
Animators are expected to be creative and artistic, with communication and time management skills. They must also have computer expertise and the ability to use animation and video editing software. To orient faster and easier into the industry, YES you need to attend an animation course.