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2D and 3D Animation Videos

When it comes to 2d and 3d animation videos, you might be surprised at the number of processes animators can go through to create the Animation video you see on the screen. There is sketch animation, computer-generated animation, stop-motion animation (including claymation) and more.

While each process requires animators to use the distinct 2d and 3d animation techniques or collection of techniques to create the result, most will fall into one of two categories: 3D animation and 2D animation. The simplest way to explain the differences between the two categories is to use examples from the familiar media.

How 2D Animation Looks Like and How to do it?

2D animation is a traditional animation method that has been in existence for hundreds of years. New 2D animated videos can be created either by via computer or hand and require one image to be followed by another in a slightly different in position, followed by yet another image in another position and so on to create movement.

They produce a flat image that has movement and is represented in the height and width dimensions, but not in depth. Before the use of computer technology became the primary vehicle for the image creation and manipulation, those images were created by hand.

Animation Artists drew pencil sketches of every frame which were then transferred in full color onto cells. Each cell was painstakingly drawn and painted and then photographed against the background image to create the film frames. The thousands of photographs are edited and compiled to run at traditional 24 frames per second required of the motion pictures.

Most 2D animated movies are created using the computer animation software, though to varying degrees. Even if the animated images are hand drawn, they are often colorized and transferred to the cells using computers. Others are created entirely on computers.

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How 3D Animation Looks Like & How to do it?

3D Animation differs significantly from 2D animation, both regarding the process used to create it but the result as well. 3D animation produces a more realistic character that is represented in all the three dimensions. All 3D animation except for stop-motion animation is created using the computer software applications.

The benefit of 3D animation over 2D animation, beyond the obvious ability to create a more lifelike character with the realistic textures, is that 3D objects, once created, can be treated much like a physical object.

You can change the lighting or move the camera angles, much like you can in the traditional motion picture filming, by just dragging the object and moving it within the application. With the 2D animation, everything is drawn including the camera angle and light source, making it much more difficult to change the scene during the editing process.

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