In this animation a cyclist meets a stegosaurus and shows, without using any numbers, how big this dinosaur used to be.
Every person reading this is currently in a human body (or are you a robot?). Therefore, exactly this body serves as the optimal point of comparison when it comes to size ratios. The cyclist helps us immediately understand what we are seeing and gives us a sense of how to visualize the spatial situation.
An animation requires more work than it may seem at first glance. This animation was one of my first 3D animations in Blender. One big lessons I learned from this experience is the importance of creating good and organized storyboards, as well as using sketches to bring ideas to life on paper.