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Mattwo
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02:46:27 PM Apr 21st 2015
edited by Mattwo
It looks like the vast majority of these examples are 3D animation, but there's barely any 2D examples, even those animated with Flash or Toon Boom like Chaotic, Wild Kratts(outside of the live action segments) and MLPFIM. Unless storyboarding counts?
kyun
05:12:16 PM Apr 21st 2015
CGI refers to animation in three dimensions, mainly the look pioneered by Toy Story. That's why you don't see any Flash or Toon Boom stuff here, even IF those are produced completely digitally.
Mattwo
09:15:56 PM Apr 21st 2015
Umm wrong. CGI Means Computer Generated Imagery. That means ANY imagery made on a computer. Did you even read the article page?
kyun
09:51:22 PM Apr 21st 2015
If that's the case, ALL animation today would be CGI cartoons?
SeptimusHeap
11:47:00 PM Apr 21st 2015
Nope. Older works that are still in circulation - and those made without computer modelling - don't qualify.
Mattwo
11:52:40 PM Apr 21st 2015
And by "modeling" you mean making premade 2D assets as well right? The article says "This includes Flash- and Toon Boom-based series, as well as higher-quality digital ink and paint-based films and TV shows."
SeptimusHeap
11:54:49 PM Apr 21st 2015
Yep, not all current animation counts as that.
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