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How cancerous is the 3D animation scene compared to the 2D animation scene in your opinion?
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idk but i assume animators have it pretty good
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>>585994
I knew an animator who made intros for ESPN but got replaced by pajeet
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>>585996
Don't fret over it, soon pajeet will be replaced by animatron, modelor, and texturizer-6000.
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>>586019
they said that 20 years ago
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>>586020
You're right things never change or get automated ever
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>>586021
yup
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>>586020
20 years ago computers didn't have common sense, style, creativity and were dumb as bricks.
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>>586028
the same is true today. Brute force isn't "ai", its just brute force, etc
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>>586030
You don't know what brute force even is, do you?

To you, the term must mean "requires lots of computer power to do stuff", doesn't it?
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>>586032
>non sequitor
gtfo kid




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