animation & motion graphics
Your audio, animated. Bring your stories to life by creating characters and scenery to set the stage.
In 2D animation, every part of the animated piece appears on a flat surface with objects and characters created in a two-dimensional space. Frames define a sequence that is then moved at varying speeds to create the illusion of motion. It's the OG style of animation (and one of our favorites!).
With 3D animation, objects have a three-dimensional, lifelike depth. Because "depth" introduces other variables into a piece of animation (like shadows and lighting) the process of 3D animation can be a little more complex, but offers lots of room for creativity!
Motion graphics is where animation and graphic design meet. It's animation, but with text or digital design elements as the major components. There's an emphasis on special effects, transitions, and movement to tell a story.
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