We came up with the storyboard and gathered more references for the mood board after the initial discovery stage, during which we talked with the clients about their needs, the target audience, competitors, and future plans for utilizing the renders. We never skip the storyboard stage because it serves as a visual representation of the upcoming video. After receiving approval for the storyboard and mood board, we began animating the cameras and other objects. The animation was well received by the customer, so we continued by including colors and lighting. The customer gave their approval to the colored version of the video after several rounds of editing. We produced the final animation, assembled it using the passes, and submitted it well before the deadline.