Attention to detail makes the difference. An example: the sequence of the bouncing ball.
We may not know how to animate a child playing in the garden, however, we can simulate the bounce of a ball. Imagination does the rest.
Another detail is the floating pollen in some sequences done in post-production.
It gave us depth and “soften” the artificial aspect of the computer generated images.
The grass, in the close-ups, was modeled in three dimensions.
It was not a texture. The encounter between surfaces were more credible.
The close-ups allow the approach to elements that formed part of the household. Actually, they are not strictly necessary to show a home.
With these shots we not only shown the living space, especially we shown habitability.
One factor that makes the house more attractive for sale.
All elements of kitchen and bathroom that appear in the animation will be exactly those that will be placed in reality.
We like causing visual similarities as the correlation between the lens flare in terrace sequence and, the next, the girl on the swing.
Could she have been recorded by her parents while playing in the residential area?
If we had had to keep a detail, we would choose the candle flame.
It conveys the concepts of peace and calm. Very attractive arguments for the sale of a home.