Tradigital art most commonly refers to art (including animation) that combines both traditional and computer-based techniques to create an image. Below is my original drawing of two juvenile sandhill cranes. I scanned the drawing and created two simple transformations resulting in the transdigital art you see above.
Here are some more sophisticated examples
Tradigital Art by Merrill Kazajian
"I started out with the computer program Paint Shop Pro 8 (a stone age version of Photoshop) to cut and arrange a photomontage. Next, I printed on thick paper. After that, I tied it together with a layer of color pencil. Finally, I put the finishing touches on with oil paint. The method that I use is called Tradigital Art. It combines traditional media (paint, pencil) with digital media (computer applications and digital photography)."