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Two-dimensional or 2D animation is characterized by having its objects and characters created in a two-dimensional space. It means that they only have width and height.
Production is the process of creating the animation by gathering all the created materials together and producing the scenes. This includes painting the backgrounds, creating the individual scenes and character activities, making the rough animation, cleaning up the animation (tracing), inbetweening, coloring, and painting the drawings with the help of computer software, compositing, and export.
To pull everything together, animators create an exposure sheet that includes all the instructions on how to make each scene. The exposure sheet is divided into 5 parts:
(1) Actions and timing
(2) Dialogues and music
(3) Animation layers
(5) View perspective
Once the rough 2D animation is created, it needs to be cleaned up and polished. This process is also called tracing and can be done in two ways: in a new layer or directly over the same layer with different colors.