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2D+3D Animation Support Stamp by Kegawa 2D+3D Animation Support Stamp by Kegawa
I'm surprised there wasnt already one like this.

lately I've been taking a shine to 3D animation a lot more and think the technique is both stunning and intriguing. I've seen some amazing trailers for upcoming movies this year and they made me think, 'damn, working on something like this looks like a ton of fun.'
but I also adore 2D animation; it's what I grew up with and I think this type of animation just has a nice, classical, nostalgic feel to it and I also wonder how much fun it would be to work on a 2D project :heart:

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:iconcommander-dominic:
Commander-Dominic Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2015
Yes.
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Torchu325 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
I like both too! Both have their ups and downs anyways. When a 2D fanboy sees something 3D:
":iconcrybabyplz:BAWWWW IZ NUT 2D!"
Similar deal when a 3D fanboy sees something 2D:
":iconjoeywheelerplz: Nyeh! It nut 3D!"
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:iconmikebennett1980:
MikeBennett1980 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Right on!
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:iconblackn-yellow:
Blackn-Yellow Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Amen. I personally like 3D a little more than 2D but I do a little of both. 3D is really fun once you get the hang of it. Great stamp!
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014  Professional Filmographer
I love watching both, but I without a doubt love working with 3D more! Sure it has its limits that 2D could easily overcome, but I feel like it's so much more forgiving and malleable. 
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Blackn-Yellow Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Same here. I love 2D and even traditional art. My strength just lies in 3D. Actually, there's always a trick that can copy 2D exactly. You just have to find it. 
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:iconmlptmntlps:
MLPTMNTLPS Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know right? Films such as Wreak it Raplh would have been less enteraining if it was 2D
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Not necessarily; the medium doesn't make the movie. It definitely would have been a different viewing experience but something being in 3D doesn't make it any more or less entertaining
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MLPTMNTLPS Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
True.
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ToonEGuy Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I won't support 3D until it stops being an enemy to all 2D animation and it's very right to exist in cinema.
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Sounds like you've never had the pleasure of working on a 3D production
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:icontooneguy:
ToonEGuy Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Believe me, CG movies haven't been any pleasure to me anymore, so what makes you think I would even want to do one now?
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Because it's very naive to hate something when you have absolutely no experience working with it
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:icontooneguy:
ToonEGuy Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
All I know is that I'm fed up with CGI and would much rather pursue the art of 2D animation for myself, cause I've always cared about that more than CGI. I have no desire to ever let myself be another one of the many people working in CGI who willingly help studios in their whole agenda of phasing out 2D animation.
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Kegawa Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Where are you getting that animation studios are bent on destroying 2D animation? If you had done proper research, you would know that 3D productions use 2D a lot in order to visualize some sequences that would be otherwise difficult to do straight off the computer. In order to even be considered for a job in the CGI animation field, you HAVE to understand 2D animation and its principles because it all applies to 3D animation as well. 2D animation isn't dead, just not as popular right now. It's no different from how older cartoons were done entirely by traditional means compared to now where many TV cartoons are done with Flash.
I'm not trying to change your opinion, but at least let your opinion on 3D animation be an educated one. 
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ToonEGuy Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
But they're still not 2D movies. They're just taking the place of real 2D movies. Having some hand drawn animation tests done for Wreck-It Ralph for example did not make that movie a 2D film.

And for the record, I also think traditional animation is better than Flash.
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Well you are clearly very close minded when it comes to the various mediums of animation and there is no way I can change that. If you actually end up pursuing a career in animation, I wish you luck because you will be looking at a lot of what you hate.
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Sparkarez Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014
THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Professional Filmographer
YOU ARE WELCOME
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Tunder2510 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
According to many people, making 3D movies is easy and people who doing it are lazy... sooo... one button and movie is done? And what about storyline? In terms of traditional, is not easy too, of course, you have to draw milions of frames, make good storyline...
I just want say, both are really hard to create- in 3D you have to check many details on computers, of ex. fur of animals, background, shadings... and in terms of traditional you have to draw milions of frames and also be careful with details.
However, if people work really hard on either of them and write good storyline, it can be wonderful. I have many fave animated movies and is not just one type of animation- traditionally drawn, flash, CGI... all are AWESOME ( at least in my opinion... )
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Kegawa Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Professional Filmographer
as someone who is actually working on a 3D animation as we speak, I can assure you (and anyone else) that it is NOT easy! In fact, there are many things about it that are harder than 2D animation, like the fur and how much the computer can handle as you said.
I've been working on my short for over a year now, with still much to do on it before it's complete and if I had chosen to work in 2D instead, it might actually be done because I wouldn't have had to deal with all of the technological issues that I had 
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Tunder2510 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Woah... i understand. I am sure that is really hard.
I hate how are people say that 3D is lazy. I've seen many 3D movies ( well, all my faves are animated... ), and most of them are with anthrophomorphised animals ( i made BIGGEST mistake in life now... ) and i envy how people make fur for each... like when i compare CGI horse and CGI bear- bear is for example more fury. ( hope is good example )
And in case of CGI humans, i mostly really envy hair and textile of clothes. That sure can be hard...
And how long it mostly takes? I heard movie takes at least 1-2 years and episode of series months...
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Kegawa Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Professional Filmographer
yup, that's true. Feature films (like Kung Fu Panda or Tangled) usually take about 3-4 years and both of those films had to have special programs developed so animators could work with the animal's fur and Rapunzel's hair.
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Tunder2510 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have been thinking about Tangled while writing last comment! :XD:
Anyway, yes, i think fur and hair of characters in this movies looks great and it really suprised me when you told 3-4 years (yet, i knew it had to be time and effort to make, i just didn't excepted THAT long). It sure have to be lot of work...
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GaBr96 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
I prefer traditional animation too, but I can enjoy both 2D and 3D.
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Maddie2022 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like 2D alot more though.. heh ^^; Still, I kinda like 3D, not too much though
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Dragonrider1227 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013
WHY CAN'T WE CO-EXIST? D:
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ShinyWhiteWaters Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I personally think that both traditional hand-drawn animation and CGI animation both can look very nice.
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GodzillaKrueger Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you! I love both too.
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Esitaro3670 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Cool
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MamuEmu Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012  Student Digital Artist
While I am in a field studying for 2D animation, I plan on having some 3D experience underneath my belt. That way I can have the best of both worlds when I get out there! But I will have to say, I do prefer 2D a little bit more, I really do appreciate some of the work that's out there for 3D, especially from Pixar and Dreamworks. They are a huge inspiration for stories for me along with the original Disney animation. I hope 2D will make a comeback and will be just as equal in popularity as 3D will be for all audiences :)
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KimukoCat Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
So true. They're both different, but that doesn't mean either one is the right or wrong way to animating. Especially in this day and age, 3D animation just keeps on looking better and better.
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PumpkinHipHop Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Oh yes I agree. The more creative people are relaxing into the medium and really making something of it. Like Brad Bird for example.
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:iconkegawa:
Kegawa Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Brad Bird is my hero :heart:
I've loved all of his animated movies so much
also your icon HAHAHAHAHA
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:iconxarti:
Xarti Featured By Owner May 6, 2011  Student General Artist
I like both. :D
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dixiekasilke Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Love the stamp! And the attitude!
They are both version of a Media/Technique/Art form.
Both have their fan and moments and should be able to exist side by side.
Otherwise it's like favouring oil paintings over watercolour.
Or saying Classical music is superiour to Rock.
Or...well, you get my drift.
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kjtgp1 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
great stamp!
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salamanderFLAME Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2010
Yay~ ^o^
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