3D rendering software takes user-created 3D models and places them into fully-realized 3D environments or images. With 3D rendering programs, graphic designers and media developers can insert disparate objects and characters, imported from 3D modeling programs, into a graphically appropriate settling. These 3D rendered images are often scalable, navigable, and interactive. 3D rendering software may include some animation tools or integrate with animation software to bring scenes to life, for later use in video games, movies, television shows, or other media. These programs can also have features such as lighting and texturing, which can add depth and realism to scenes. Visual artists in entertainment, automotive, architecture, advertising, and web design industries utilize these tools to create lifelike scenes for use in media or client engagement purposes.