2D is the oldest way to create a picture, while the lines drawn on top of the 3D model track the location of the model and move with it. This allows you to return colorful and spectacular moments to computer graphics. In addition, thanks to vector graphics, you can create an image that will not be tied to the resolution in which it was created. This is the perfect combination of 2D and 3D. Although this question is best for you to turn to specialists
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RE: Is it possible to combine 2D motion graphics with 3D graphics?