2D Is Not Dead

A couple of years ago I made a post talking about traditional animation, and addressing this pessimist view about it. Why is 2D animation dying, if it’s still one of the most amazing art forms? In my head, that made no sense. I spent most of my life studying it despite the fact that it was being abandoned by the big companies gradually, until even Disney animation, the mother of traditionally animated features, caved into 3D permanently. In that first post, I mentioned that the real issue with traditional animation was that the big masters weren’t able to work with … Continue reading 2D Is Not Dead