The diversity of graphics applications and computer-generated imagery (CGI) today is staggering. From movies and video games to architectural visualization and medical imaging, CGI breathes life into creative visions. Industries employ CGI for simulations, product design, and virtual prototyping.

Graphic designers who adeptly navigate both 2D and 3D CGI applications enhance their team’s prowess and elevate their professional journey. This dual proficiency enables the creation of multidimensional visual content, enriching projects with depth and realism. From crafting immersive product presentations to designing intricate animations, these designers possess a broader skill set, contributing diverse perspectives that push creative boundaries. This versatility not only fosters collaboration across disciplines but also makes designers adaptable in a rapidly evolving digital landscape. Ultimately, mastering both realms empowers graphic designers to unlock new dimensions of creativity, marketability, and innovation. Knowing this, I routinely incorporate a diverse number of image softwares in my practice, and this allows me to create in multitudes.