Modeling a character in 3D space requires more than just technical skills and artistry. It calls for an innate understanding of the character’s anatomy and movement to be able to develop the model in a way that’s true to the original 2D concept.
The Agile Artist develops 3D characters that are perfectly suited to their platform, whether it’s for a game, animation, mascot, or marketing asset. Every last detail is perfected to give you a complete, ready-to-use 3D character that can be placed directly into your environment and/or professionally rendered for use in your 2D project(s).
You can provide feedback and input on the original design, as well as choose from an array of add-on services, including rigging, animation, rendering, and more. With so many options to choose from, The Agile Artist’s 3D character modeling service is a hard-to-beat package from every angle!
Things you’ll need before beginning the project:
• An image of your character when viewed from the front
• An image of your character when viewed from the side
• An image of your character when viewed from the top, opposite side, bottom, or any other angle (optional)
• A digital copy of any text that you would like to see included in your character design (if applicable)
• A digital copy of any specific images that you would like to see included in your character design (if applicable)
• Any specific images that you would like The Agile Artist to reference when modeling the character
To get the most out of your project:
• Be sure to have at least a front and side view of the character before beginning the project.
An additional fee $52 for any character modeling requests which do not include at least a front and side view of the character, because this tends to make the modeling process much more difficult and time-consuming.
You must legally own the copyrights to any specific images that you request The Agile Artist to include in the environment image. If you do not own the copyrights, The Agile Artist cannot, by law, complete the project as requested.
If you are unsure as to whether or not you own the copyrights to your requested materials, a reference guide has been provided for you here.
If you have a question and can’t find your answer in the FAQ, please contact The Agile Artist through the Contact page, or simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. :)