“Finding Nemo” (2003)
Animation engines are the code that drives an animation application, responsible for taking drawing data and events as input. They delegate rendering tasks to animations objects before passing them on to a render function or set Timeout/set Interval callbacks.
A video game or Flash can be an example of an animation engine.
How to create an animation engine
Several applications can help animators make an animation engine. Each software is unique, with features that work differently to create an animation engine.
These creation engines have differed from the purpose of the animation. Some are specific in marketing, others entertainment, so on and so forth. One example is the Toonstick from Google-specific for marketing.
Google Toontastic 3D is a free animation software for Android that allows you to create animated videos. If your brand wants to tell stories but doesn’t have much technical knowledge or equipment, this could be the perfect solution.
Software Toontastic 3D
You can either upload photos of yourself and give them new features one by one in their design: such as adding arms or legs. Or you can start from scratch with just an idea in mind about what type of characters you want to bring into existence through coding up scripts word by word on each character.
Where animators use animation engines
This 3D animation software is ideal for character creation, modeling, simulation, and motion graphics. Creators have used animation engines to create movie animations, including “Finding Nemo” (2003), “Monsters Inc.” (2001), and “Avatar” (2009).