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When it comes to animation, it is best if we know how to determine a 2d animation from a 3d animation. 2D and 3D Video Animation have crucial variations. read this presentation on Difference between 2d and 3d Animation. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Difference between 2d and 3d Animation


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Difference Between 2D and 3D Animation
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Index
  1. What is Animation ?
  2. What is 2D Animation ?
  3. What is 3D Animation ?
  4. Realistic Appeal
  5. Applicability
  6. Software Used in Animation

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What is Animation ?
  • The animation is a dynamic factor in which
    objects or images are manipulated to resemble as
    running pictures.
  • In the traditional animation, the images were
    drawn by hand on cels to be photographed and
    exhibited on film.
  • Nowadays most animations are made with
    computer-generated imagery (CGI).

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What is 2D Animation ?
  • 2D Animation is an acronym for two dimensional.
  • 2D Animation refers to the creation and
    modification of moving pictures on computers in a
    two-dimensional situation using 2D vector
    graphics and 2D bitmap.
  • Pictures can be seen from one angle at the moment.

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What is 3D Animation ?
  • 3D Animation is an acronym for three dimensional.
  • The 3D technology of computer animation refers to
    the creation of moving pictures using 3D digital
    environment.

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2D Animation 3D Animation
2D Animation is a flat animation and comprises only X axis and Y axis. 3D animation comprises of the X axis, Y axis and Z axis. X, Y and Z refer to height, width and depth respectively.
2D animation works on onion tool kits. 3D animation ruses digital modeling and rendering.
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Realistic Appeal
  • 2D animation consists of frames and carries no
    realistic feather in them whereas 3D animation
    comprises of movements and carries realistic
    appeal in them.
  • 3D technology enables the use of lighting and
    textures that can be used to create better stable
    images and can be merged into vital video
    components.

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Applicability
  • 2D animation is widely used in 2D animated
    movies, television advertisements, cartoons,
    films, video games, engineering demos, websites,
    e-learning and many more.
  • 3D animation is widely used in Architecture,
    Medical, and Aerospace, Engineering, gaming
    industry, biotechnology, movies and many more.

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Software Used in Animation
  • Adobe After Effects, Adobe Flash Professional,
    Motion, Toon Boom, and Anime Studio are some of
    the commonly used software used to create 2D
    animation.
  • Autodesk 3Ds Max, Autodesk Maya, Cinema 4D,
    ZBrush, and Blender are some of the commonly used
    software used to create 3D animation.

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Example
  • Examples of 2D Animation are Daffy Duck, Bugs
    Bunny, Snow White, the little mermaid, family
    guy, etc.
  • Examples of 3D Animation are films like Toy
    Story, Shrek, Jurassic Park, The Transformers,
    etc.

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  • Although 3D animation offers several advantages
    over 2D animation, most users prefer a
    combination of both the techniques.
  • A mix of 2D and 3D animation gives a more natural
    presentation. 2D animation techniques are more
    suitable for users having low budgets.

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