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Managing 3D Animation Projects

This article provides some good tips of that.
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When you are producing even the shortest of films, you'll end up with a lot of data, images, references, textures, scenes, etc. You can easily go crazy getting lost in your own project. If elements are scattered all over your computer, you will waste a lot of time and effort looking for them. It's much better to place each element correctly in a specific location along with its companion elements.

When you are in the middle of a production, you will appreciate knowing the whereabouts of your files. Plus there's a psychological aspect-it is better to work on a system that you know is clean. You have less weight on your shoulders and can focus more on doing your work, rather than looking for it.

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