It will never die, just as painting and sculpting will never die.
The tools we use may change, but it will stay.
There are some people who claim as soon as your work is touched by a computer in a digital way that it’s no longer “art”
and, Stop motion may be getting stronger, but it’s still not used as widely as it used to be.
Problem is, most artists don’t want to think about the technical bull#$% that goes along with 3d, 2d has only one barrier, your hand, or the pencil…hmm… 3d has many technical hurdles that one must overcome to achieve a finished image. Zbrush is getting very close…but, it’s still not quite there.
IMO, all 3d packages are seriously lacking because it can’t see whats inside my head and make it so! but I love to do it anyway…
I find drawing very relaxing, my mind, my pencil, and the paper.
disclaimer: I have no idea what I’m talking about, I stopped taking my medication.