2D animation is one of the ways to communicate a story and is the most sought out medium in the media and entertainment industry. It’s widely used for creating animated movies, cartoons, marketing videos, advertisements, educational materials, games, and so much more.
With the rise of digital content, more and more businesses consider using animated videos for promotion, as they increase conversion rates by 20%. Animated videos have a huge impact on the audience in three different ways: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Besides, they can be simply adorable.
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Animating objects that appear in a three-dimensional space. They can be rotated and moved like real objects. 3D animation is at the heart of games and virtual reality, but it may also be used in presentation graphics to add flair to the visuals.In its simplest form, 3D animation is the
process of creating three-dimensional moving images in a digital environment.Animation is more pervasive than many people realize. Apart from short films, feature films, television series, animated GIFs and other media dedicated to the display of moving images, animation is also prevalent in video games, motion graphics, user interfacesand visual effects.
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3D modeling is a technique in computer graphics for producing a 3D digital representation of any object or surface. An artist uses special software to manipulate points in virtual space(called vertices) to form a mesh: a collection of vertices that form an object. 3D models are used for a variety of mediums including video games, movies, architecture, illustration, engineering, and commercial advertising. It can be displayed as a two-dimensional image through a process called 3D renderingor used in a computer simulationof physical phenomena. The model can also be physically created using 3D printingdevices.
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VFX refers to digital effects that enhance animation and film shots or stills. VFX artists often combine live action techniques with computer-generated graphics (CGI) to create characters, environments, or elements that would be difficult or impossible to capture in real life. VFX differs from special effects (SFX) in that SFX are non-digital effects designed in the real world.
VFX involves the integration of live action footage (special effects) and generated imagery (digital or optics, animals or creatures) which look realistic, but would be dangerous, expensive, impractical, time-consuming or impossible to capture on film.
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