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Can CGI replace traditional animation techniques? Future of CGi
one year ago | gizem

Can CGI replace traditional animation techniques?

While CGI (computer-generated imagery) has become increasingly popular in recent years, it is unlikely to completely replace traditional animation techniques. Traditional animation techniques such as hand-drawn animation, stop-motion animation, and claymation offer unique qualities that cannot be replicated by CGI.

For example, hand-drawn animation can convey a sense of personality and emotion that is difficult to replicate using CGI, while stop-motion animation and claymation offer a tangible, tactile quality that is impossible to achieve with computer-generated images.

However, CGI has its advantages as well, such as the ability to create highly detailed and realistic environments, characters, and objects, and the ability to easily modify and adjust the animation as needed.

The choice between traditional animation techniques and CGI depends on the specific project and the desired look and feel. Many animators and filmmakers choose to use a combination of both techniques, incorporating traditional animation for certain scenes and CGI for others.