Mr. Suresh Eriyat (Founder and Creative Director – Eeksaurus), having bagged the first ever award for India at Annecy, the world’s oldest and largest animation film festival, has penned down his thoughts with regards to the need to understand the different between animation and VFX in the country. Whether one is a student at the cross roads or a just to gain some knowledge, he has beautifully elaborated on how not to confuse the two along with the scope and challenges of each.
We know that 3D modelling is an arduous process, requiring extreme attention to detail and creativity. It might be draining sometimes, too.
When you think of the word “illustration” your mind conjures up a flat still life drawing or it may even give movement to that image in the form of an animation.
Objectively creative is the idea of being able to honestly look at your creation, be it a comic book, a game, a script, anything you are creating on your own and putting it to the test to see if it is ‘good’ or not.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is going to present animation master class ‘This Amazing Medium’ and a tour with Oscar winning animator Richard Williams on 4th of October 2013. The presentation will include clips from Disney and Warner Bros. movies and short films.
To celebrate the launch of d’artiste: Matte Painting 3, CGSociety challenged the world’s matte painters to create a stunning matte based on a plate by one of the authors of the latest book, Milan Schere.
In recent years India has emerged as a major back office for Hollywood animation. Now, with an original animated feature, The World of Goopi and Bagha, receiving a world premiere at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival or TIFF.
Presented by Children's Film Society India, the film is designed and directed by Mumbai-based animator Shilpa Ranade, who has a day job as a professor at IIT-Powai’s Industrial Design Centre.