2D / 3D Animations
With 2D animations, drawings were made more realistic but there was no chance of confusing them with real-life objects. However, with 3D animations, objects seem real, as we are able to give them depth, texture, shadow and reflection. For that reason, 3D animation is currently one of the most common techniques not only in cinematography and the television industry but also on the internet.
What can we do with 2D and 3D animations?
With 2D and 3D animations we can create logos in two or three dimensions; we can design an avatar as part of a company's image and by creating videos, we can even bring our products and services to life, making them tangible and, as a result, more attractive to clients.