A CDE Definition
(TRAditional DIGITAL) Using non-digital methods and computers to produce art, printed material and animations. Scanning printed photos into a digital collage, using hand-drawn cells and computer-generated imagery to produce animation and using digital techniques to produce plates for traditional printing presses are examples. The term was coined by art instructor Judith Moncrieff in the early 1990s.
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