2D Animation Company

Dreambeat stands as an intuitive 2D animation company with an itch for creativity and innovation. Our 2D animation services believe in bringing the most mesmerizing and aesthetically appealing characters, visuals, and animations to life. Let it be a professional level animation or leveraging the latest tools and technologies to create lushly animated realistic figures – Dreambeat covers all the aspects of an engagement driven 2D video animation company to help your business stand out.

Delight Your Audience With Our 2D Animation Services

Our 2D animation company aims to provide you with the most revolutionary 2D animation services hardwired to perform amazingly well for your business. Our 2D animation services are refined and restructured every day to stay on par with other 2D video production animation companies. What is our edge, you may ask? We understand and analyze the latest market trends, styles, strategies, formats, and we guarantee a seamless experience for you while you’re availing our animation services. When you choose our 2D animation studio for hire, you choose a result-obsessed company that ensures your business’s success by harnessing the power of 2D animations. Moreover, our experience of handling tough 2D animation projects adds to our already reliable and advanced 2D animation firm.


Rotoscoping is an additional form of frame-by-frame animation. What you do is you take an item of video as well as import it into your favored 2D computer animation software program. Currently, all you do is attract the silhouette of every structure. After that you replace those illustrations with some details that comprise your character. Big nose? Long hair? Fat? Thin?
Pros: You function a bit quicker, due to the fact that you don’t need to draw the key structures and afterwards the in-between, you just follow each structure; and also the activity is extremely reasonable, since you just adhere to the video structure by structure.


It’s the umbrella term for animations aimed at selling a product, using an attractive visual language and a specific copywriting style that influences a viewer to buy or search out a product. Its output can change a lot, from TV ads to 6-second animations on social media, making it the most common marketing asset for businesses.Even though copywriting is important for any kind of marketing asset, it’s essential in advertising: Your ad needs to be memorable. You can play on current events, be controversial or attempt something that has never been done before. Advertising is all about surprise and innovation.

Still, there a few other things that you should never forget when working on an advertising piece:
Exploit your competition’s weaknesses and your product’s benefits. And if you can do it with comedy and finesse, you’re in an even better position. Know the audience you’re talking to and where this ad is going to be seen. Communicate the “what’s in it for me” as clearly as possible to your customer. Focus the message on the customer and not on the business. Avoid too much information. Keep things simple. Include a call to action that invites people to learn more or to buy your product.


Understanding what the project is trying to accomplish and how animation can help you do that is your best path towards a successful project. The good news is that, as an agency, you’re already doing a lot of this research to support the campaign strategy. You know, understanding your client’s pain points, their target audience and their needs, the tone of voice of the business – all of those fine details that need to be taken into account when developing a message for a brand. Now, combine that with the knowledge you gained in this article and ask yourself:

(1) Which styles do you feel could work best with the client’s audience?
(2) Which styles would best fit the client’s branding?
(3) What kind of message would communicate strongly with the audience?
(4) Which styles would feel more natural considering the client’s tone of voice?

Bringing this kind of information to the table when discussing projects – and not only the basic DBD (deadline, budget, duration) – allows conversations, estimations, and expectations to be much more aligned.