Trends That Will Transform the Animation Industry
Animation industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Growth of the industry is astonishing not only across the world but also in India. One of the primary reasons behind the expansion of the industry is that audience is being matured and they no longer perceive animation only as children’s medium.
Western movies and Japanese movies showed us the potential and scope of animation movies. First and foremost we have to contemplate on the term animation, animation is a wide umbrella which comprise multiple things under itself. Animation not just include 2D animation but it also include 3D animation, Stop motion, motion capture, character animation, multi sketching to name a few.
Stop Motion Animation :
Stop motion animation is been around for many years it is also known as clay animation if the material being used is clay. Animators are doing multiple experiments with the resources by going beyond clay models and utilizing paper cuttings, action figures, puppet animation, object animation, pixel animation to name a few.
CGI Animation :
CGI or computer generated imagery are created by utilizing computer imagery. CGI can be used for creating 2D animation as well as 3D animation. Until now, we always considered that CGI is employed to create more lifelike figures and animation but in recent times this trend is changing animators are using CGI to deliberately create object like structure.
Pixel Animation :
This nostalgia-coated throwback took everyone by surprise the most popular video game based animation. Due to low-resolution display, video game characters used to look like pixilated now people like the one this phenomenon again from t-shirts to mobile apps pixel art is getting popular among everyone.
Non-realistic Imagery :
Artists no longer in mood for recreating imagery based on the real life hence instead of working on lifelike illustrations of animals, humans, objects or scenery artists are going for vague and caricaturist approach with bright colors and limited resemblance to the real life objects. This new style is known as impressionist animation.