In simple terms, 2D animation produces flat images that have height and width, but not depth, something which a 3D animation has. For this reason, 3D animation creates more lifelike characters compared to 2D.
Both animated video making processes are challenging in their own way. Animating each frame in 2D is time-consuming. On the other hand, in 3D animation, you don’t have to animate each frame, but other elements like rigging, lighting, and modeling need to be taken care of. In a way, we can agree that 3D is more precise, while 2D is more fluid.
No — especially from a business perspective. Businesses are still using compelling 2d animation videos to market their brand.
You may have come across many live videos integrated with 2D animations adding to the visual flair. The process involves simply placing the animated elements in the scenes of your live footage. To learn more, get in touch with Denzong Films!