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Chapter 9. Props

By Mark Adams

Almost any animation piece created using 3D software such as Maya will require that some (often many) props be modeled. Props add the detail and clutter of real life to the potentially sterile sets of CG animation. Once the sets have been constructed and the characters have been added to the scene, then props line the shelves, decorate the shop windows, litter the streets, and are handled by the characters. Unless you're making a conversational work such as My Dinner with André, you'll probably need to make plenty of props.


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