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we have a wealth of experienced talented animators, illustrators and designers ,We create animation for a wide range of applications such as entertainment, short stories, TV commercials, educational presentations, product demos, etc.

2D animation is a rapid display of a series of images that are viewed one after the other at a very fast pace. This creates an illusion of moving pictures. Our animators have the capability to create animations for movies, serials, e-learning sites, games and others.

2D animation focuses on creating characters, storyboards, and backgrounds in two-dimensional environments. Often thought of as traditional animation, the figures can move up and down, left, and right. They do not appear to move toward or away from the viewer, as they would in 3D animation. 2D animation uses bitmap and vector graphics to create and edit the animated images and is created using computers and software programs, such as Adobe Photoshop, Flash, After Effects, and Encore. These animations may be used in advertisements, films, television shows, computer games, or websites.

2D Design has helped to simulate actions and movements that give the user a realistic experience. To animate means communicate feelings through story telling.

2D animation creates movement in a two-dimensional artistic space. Work in the field of 2D animation requires both creativity and technological skills.

2D animators can:

  • Develop storyboards.
  • Design characters.
  • Arrange characters and items in a scene.
  • Use computers to create graphics, motion and animation.
  • Edit animations based on feedback from a director or client.

Our 2D Animation Designer have following skills:

  • Creativity and imagination.
  • Good drawing or modeling skills.
  • Have a feel for movement and timing in order to produce convincing animation, acting skills to bring characters to life.
  • Having knowledge of traditional art is very helpful during your design process and can give you an eye for the best way to communicate your motion design to the audience.
  • Strong understanding of color theory, and what colors convey different moods and feelings to an audience. You need to give your color choice a lot of thought.
  • Being able to take a simple idea and turn it into a complex and appealing motion design piece.
  • Developing the timing and pace of the movements of a character or object during the sequence of images and ensuring they follow the soundtrack and audio requirements.
  • The flexibility to switch between several projects at once.
  • Strong observational skills and acting talent, for character animation.
  • Work well as part of a team and be able to take direction from senior animators, directors and clients.
  • Work well under pressure and to strict deadlines.
  • Working to meeting client's commercial requirements.