2D, or two-dimensional animation, is a combination of artistic technique and media design that creates the illusion of movement in a two-dimensional environment. By sequencing individual drawings together over time, characters, backgrounds, objects, and effects look as if they are moving. This is commonly done for animated movies and television, but it is also seen in video games, websites, mobile apps, and advertisements.
It can be useful to draw images by hand before using 2D animation, also known as vector-based animation. Computer software such as
Adobe After effects and
Adobe flash are used in 2D Animation.
It’s important to note that if you’re studying 2D animation, you won’t necessarily become an “animator”. There are many types of jobs in this industry. And with technology evolving so quickly, new jobs are being created all the time.
Some of the many different roles include:
It is also possible for 2D artists to transition to 3D if they choose, though it can be more difficult to switch the other way around.
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