I am an illustrator of books and comics, and I am introducing myself to the world of 2D animation in an AMATEUR way.
I’m learning a lot of concepts and terminology from the animation industry, but I still have many doubts.
One of my doubts is around the resolution of images in animation, which is different from the resolutions for printed publications.
As I am finding out, One standard is HDTV 1080P and another of the highest quality is UHDTV / 4K 2160P.
If I’m not mistaken, these are the Output formats of the rendered image, right?
But animation artists, at what resolution do they produce their digital drawings on their computers? 72 pixels per inch or more?