India has a long animation history, we used to tell epics or great stories with the help of different forms of art like puppets. Now a days there are many different forms of animation that has used to entertain us as well as used to spread knowledge or awareness on any subject. This is the second part of our series on types of animation, hope you have find the first part informative, if you have not gone through it Click here. The rest is here…

Passion, never-ending creativity and oodles of energy are a winning combination for anyone in the animation industry. Animation is all around us, be it television, movies or video games. Although animation has been around for sometime but with different ways of creating amazing animations, companies all over the world are looking for gifted persons who master them quickly.

Here are some of the different forms of animation.

Traditional Animator (2D, Cel, Hand Drawn)

It is also called cel animation and is one of the older forms of animation; here the animator draws every frame to create the animation sequence. Disney used to do this in their early days. Animators used to draw images on a Animation-courses-after-12thtransparent piece of paper fitted on a peg using a colored pencil, one frame at the time. The basic fundamental is to quickly screen sequential drawings one after another create the illusion of movement.

Stop-motion animation

Most of us have wondered in awe at a piece of stone that can walk or talk, well anything is possible in animation. Physical static objects are moved around using frame by frame animation, and during the post production it is shown in a flowing movement. Stop motion animation has been around ever since the evolution of puppets. There were many movies created using the stop motion method.

Indian Animation history at a glance

Puppetry Animation

“Puppetry is a form of theatre or performance that involves the manipulation of puppets—inanimate objects, often resembling some type of human or animal figure, that are animated or manipulated by a human called a puppeteer.”

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There are different kinds of puppets, depends on their complexity, the material to create them has been used. Puppets can also speak, and can synchronize their voice with the character. India has a log history of puppets, even in Mahabharata, we gets reference of this art, in the present time Rajasthani puppets are more popular.  Professor Y.K. Padhye is the first Indian ventriloquist, he has introduced this form of puppetry to India in the 1920s.

In the sourthern India specially in Kerala, a unique form of puppet art is famous called Tholpavakoothu or Tolpava Koothu. It’s an traditional art form of shadow puppetry which is based on verses from the Tamil epic Kamba Ramayana.

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A creative artist with new ideas and the name behind the animation revolution in India, ram-mohan-sirRam Mohan Sir is someone who has been an inspiration for many new talented animators who aspire to make it big in the animation field. This new breed of animators has gained confidence because of veterans like Ram Mohan Sir who are now experimenting with both form & content. Indian animation, for a lengthy time, did not develop extensively to shake itself out of the Disney influence & remained restricted to that borrowed style of animation. That iron grip loosened a couple of years back, led largely by young animators with fresh ideas, exploring a new homespun phrase “harking back to our folk roots.”

India has become an outsourcing hub for animation films and Deloitte along with other majors has ponline-animation-courseredicted that the animation Entertainment Industry of India is anticipated to see a considerable expansion, both in terms of revenue and contribution in the value chain. Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai have major concentration of animation studios in the country.

The Indian animation industry includes traditional 2D animation, 3D animation as well as visual effects for feature films. Clair Weeks an animator from Disney Studios was invited by the, who had Films Division of India in Mumbai to establish and train the country’s first animation studio as part of the American technical co-operation mission. He trained a core group of Indian animators. A milestone animated film from Films Division is Ek Anek Aur Ekta, a short story to teach children the value of unity.

Animation requires working knowledge of English language and India has that in plenty. A widespread working knowledge of English encourages a number of animation companies to launch various training programs in to create skilled workers. Also a number of Indian animation companies have set up hi-tech studios (equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software) to execute overseas projects. Low cost of animation services: The main reason why foreign entertainment firms are flocking to India is the cost advantage the country offers. For instance, in the US, animators can cost about $125 per hour while in India they cost $25 per hour.

Here are some reasons why the animation industry has not reached its pinnacle. For the industry to get hordes of people to join them, a little more needs to happen in the area of awareness creation. Also a standardized and quality curriculum across the handful of institutes is still a dream. So, employable resources in India are not a huge number. This needs to be rectified at the earliest.

Animation schools like P A Inamdar College of Visual Effects Design & Art, Pune, are providing quality education, they are capable to provide human resources to the animation industry who can contribution in the growth of the industry.Generally animation studios in India are looking for graduates in animation because a degree course in animation includes curriculum right from basic concepts of animation like sketching to the advanced technologies like 3D software study, such knowledge is required to qualitatively complete a animation project.

But the demand for animation is not only required for big projects like a movie, but in today’s world we can see animation all where like, in advertisements, education, communication devices like mobiles or games etc., where a little experience in animation or vfx with a diploma or certification in animation are required. If you can’t join a full time degree course in animation, go for these short term course, may be you have a great career in animation is waiting for you!
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We have jotted the next glossary list already! Hope the previous list has helped you to stay informed with the terms used by maven designers. In case you haven’t checked it yet here is the link for you: Designers glossary for A-Z designing terms by designers – Part 1

E

Ear- The rounded part of the lowercase letters such as “g”.

Element- Any distinct part of a layout.

Embedding- Process of transferring all the data of a font or image into the file.

Emboss- To give a 3D effect to a text or an image.

Engraving- To print designs by cutting the surface of a metal plate.

EPS (Encapsulated Post Script)- A graphics file format used to transfer PostScript documents within another PostScript document.Animation-courses-after-12th

Etch- To imprint a design onto the surface of a plate by using a chemical such as acid.

Export- To save a file in a format supported by other programs.

Extenders- The part of a letter which extends above the mid line, such as ‘b’.

E-Zine (Electronic magazine)- A web-based magazine.

F

Feathering- A tool used in graphic design software that makes the edges of an image appear softer.

Fill- A tool used to fill selected parts of an image with a selected colour.

Filter- A pre-created effect that can be applied to images to get a certain look.

Flexography- A printing technique where printing plates are made of rubber or soft plastic material and then stretched around a drum on the press that rotates.

Flyer- A single sheet of paper used to advertise. Usually around one A4 size page or less, but it often varies.

Focal Point- The point where you want to draw the reader’s or viewer’s eye.

Font- A combination of characters created in a specific type, style, and size.

Four-Color Process- A printing technique that creates colours by combining, cyan, magenta, yellow, and black(CMYK).

Frames- A frame is a single graphic plane in a distribution of graphic images.

G

Gang- To combine multiple jobs on one print plate.

Gamut- The range of colours available to a particular output device or a given colour space.

Gatefold- A type of fold in which the paper is folded inward to form four or more panels.

GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)- It supports animation and allows an individual palette of 256 colour for each frame.

Gradient- A function used to fill an object or image with a smooth switch of colours.

Graphic Design- Visual communication using text or images to represent an idea or concept.

Graphics- Visual presentations that consist of printed messages.

Grayscale- They consist of black, white, no color, and up to 256 shades of gray.

Grid- A two-dimensional format made up of a set of horizontal and vertical axes used to structure content.

Gutter- The white space formed by the inner margins of a spread near the books spine in book production.

H

Halftone- A photograph of a consistent tone image to alter the image into halftone dots.

Halo Effect- A vague shadow sometimes surrounding halftone dots printed.

Hard Copy- The permanent reproduction of the output of a computer or printer.

Header- The text which appears at the top of a printed page.

Headline- The opening statement used in a layout.

Highlights- Lightest part of a photograph.

High-Resolution Image- An image with an extreme level of sharpness.

HLS- A colour space that stands for hue, lightness, and saturation.

HSB- A colour space stands for hue, saturation, and brightness.

Hue- One of the three primary attributes of colour.

I

I-beam- The form the pointer assumes when the text tool is chosen.

Ideograph- A character or symbol representing an idea without expressing the punctuation of a specific word.

Image Map- A HTML document containing multiple clickable hyperlinks.

Imagesetter- Laser output device for producing professional-quality text.

Imposition- A layout of pages on mechanicals or flats so they will appear in proper order after press sheets are folded and bound.

Indents- A set in or back from the margin.

Initial Cap- Capital letters which are found at the beginning of paragraphs.

Inkjet Printer- A printer that electrostatically sprays tiny ink droplets onto paper.

Invert- Inversion of the tonal values or colours of an image

Italic- The style of letters that usually slope to the right.

And we stop here. We will be back again to enlighten you with more information, stay tuned…
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Web design is a very vibrant and dynamic and due to this nature it has to constantly reinvent itself to capture the hearts of prospects. Here are some predictions of what course will web design take in e in 2017.

To work with updated technology you need to upgrade yourself while doing job in web designing, but how is it possible? Online training in web designing is the answer of your question. A well established college or institution or college of Animation & media can provide you online web designing course and you can learn the latest trends by sitting at your home.

Smarter Frameworks

Bootstrap, Foundation, and other frameworks and as browsers update their engines, more and more CSS features will become available making frameworks a tool to be considered in any project. Web Frameworks make things simpler, easier and standardize code making it easier for teams to use it.diploma-web-designing-veda

In 2017 frameworks will come with support of CSS properties that really enhance the way how websites will be made and for sure will be another great tool to be standardized on the web design world.

Video based backgrounds

Videos are a rage and people prefer seeing over reading. Video based background has become a very nice way to show off companies and services pages. A static image as background in websites is changing and is getting replaced by videos; with the internet speed getting faster they will load easily and have a better impact.

 Less of Flash and Flat Designs

Flashy illustrations and crazy animations earlier aimed at showing off skills. The design for no reason was complicated. A flat design is the total opposite of that which focuse on simplicity by pointing the entire design to the user experience.

Flat Design in 2017 will be the flavor and more designers will want to be minimalistic. Google, Facebook and other giants of the Internet integrate and promote these concepts.

Mobile-first approach

Smart phones have smaller screens than tablets and desktops, so the amount of content a user can easily view at one time is limited. Although not new, it is going to be a significant trend. Most people realize that mobile-phones are the primary devices used for browsing the web, more companies are realizing the importance of having a site that effectively delivers content on a smaller screen, and are rushing to get onboard.

The web industry is looking for well trend professionals who are updated with the latest technology & trends of web designing or web development.Today’s day to day changing technology requires professionals who are a step ahead and able to create new trends in web designing. Institutions like P A Inamdar College of Visual Effects Design and Art, Pune provides courses for web industry with latest syllabus where you can learn latest technology of web world, like Diploma in Web designing or you can go for degree in animation where you can learn other aspects of animation & media also.

 

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Aspiring to become a graphic designer? There couldn’t be a better time to start. We are providing you with the glossary of basic design terms that will serve as a guide to you as you grow as a designer.

A

Acrobat: A product used to create PDF files.

Airbrush: A propellant using compressed air that to spray a liquid.

Alignment: The arrangement of lines of a text or an image.

Alpha Channel: The process of creating an image with a background to appear like partial transparency.

Analog Proof (Prepress Proof): A proof that uses ink jet, toner etc. to give an idea about the finished product.

Anchor Point: It is used to manipulate a path’s shape or direction.

Animated GIF: A small animation giving the impression of movement.

Animation: A series of images showing movement.

Art Director: The individual responsible for the selection, execution, production etc. of graphic art.

Asymmetrical: When graphics and/or text are not identical on both sides.

B

Bad Break: Any break that causes awkward reading.

Bar: The horizontal or vertical line drawn through a unit of writing

Baseline: An imaginary line upon which letters sit and rest extend below. 

Bevel: A tool used for drawing angles. Graphic-Designing course

Bezier Curve: A parametric curve that represents a vector path.

Bitmap: A series of bits that forms a structure representing a graphic image.

Bleed: When a graphic object extends through another in an unwanted manner and is trimmed off.

Body Type: The style used in the main text of a printed matter.

Border: The outer boundary of an area.

Branding: Creating a unique name and image for a product in the consumers’ mind.

C

Canvas Size: Allows to change the size of the document.

Clipping Path: A tool used to cut out an image.

Cloning Pixels: A function used to replicate pixels.

CMYK: Stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Key colour — black

Colour Palette: A set of colours that make up the range of colours.

Comp (Comprehensive): The initial layout of the design.

Complementary Colours: Colours that are opposite to each other.

Contrast: The difference in colour found between the light and dark parts of an image.

Copy: Editorial text for incorporation into a design or website.

Crop: A tool that removes portions of an image.

D

Descender: The part of a lowercase letter that stretches below the body.

Die Cut: A die that cut shapes or holes in different materials.

Dingbat: An ornament used in typesetting to add space around an image or a symbol.

Dodge: To lighten or reduce part of an image by shading.

Dot Gain: When the ink hits the paper, it is absorbed and spreads out.

Double Page Spread: A layout that extends across two pages.

DPI (Dots Per Inch): The measure of sharpness within an image.

Drop Shadow: Is a visual effect added to an image by duplicating the shadow.

Dummy: A prototype or mock-up that serves as a substitute for the real thing.

Duotone: Printing an image using two colours.

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Oh no don’t worry we haven’t forgotten the other alphabets. Stay tuned because this is just the beginning. We will be publishing the glossary for the rest very soon.

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Those days are over when there was only one way to promote your product. That was you. Digital Market has completely changed the way a consumer behaves and markets. Today consumers have access to information any time and any place they want it. Digital media is growing at a phenomenal speed and has become the preferred source for news entertainment, shopping and social interaction. The consumer is open to all the information about your brand.

So, What is Digital Marketing? To explain this in one sentence is next to impossible. It has so many dimensions. Digital marketing can be describe as a combined service/s used to lure and attract a potential customer. These services engage with the customer to attract them to their service or product. It uses many channels like  content marketing, influencer marketing, SEO, social media and online advertising to help brands connect with customers and uncover performance of marketing programs in real-time.

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Today’s customers are finicky and picky about what they want and where they want to spend their money. People want brands they can trust, companies that know them, communications that are personalized and relevant, and offers tailored to their needs and preferences.

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Digital marketing works for and is conducive for almost all businesses across the industry. It really does not matter what the product. Digital marketing still involves building out buyer personas to recognize your audience’s needs, and creating important online content. However, that’s not to say that all businesses should implement a digital marketing strategy in the same way.

Contrary to most offline marketing efforts, digital marketing allows marketers to see precise results in real time. It is impossible to calculate approximately how many people actually flip through an advertisement put in the newspaper. There’s no dependable way to know if that ad was the reason for any sales at all.

Digital marketing allows you to measure the ROI of pretty much any aspect of your marketing efforts.

With digital marketing, you can see the precise number of people who have seen your website’s homepage in real time by using digital analytics software.

Join a digital marketing course from an well establish institution like P A Inamdar College of Visual Effects Design and Art, Pune to make a great career in digital marketing. You can also go for online course in digital marketing.

 

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Imagine a time when you have had a smile on your face by just looking at the logo of a product. A logo has to be impressive enough to impact a customer’s brand perception, purchase decisions and overall attitude toward a product. Today’s time when branding, advertising and positioning of a product carries a lot of weight age the brand recall of a logo has to be easy so that even a toddler is able to recognize it.

Here are some tips to design a good logo:

Have a Clear Picture of the Brand

A logo is an image but it also is an introduction to what a brand is. It ideally should personify the brand’s ideology. Check what the brand or product stands for. Is it all about utility or paying attention on drawing emotion? Animation-courses-after-12thWhat sort of customer base does the brand have? Is the logo required to be a plain vanilla image or something quirky? What does the brand aspire to be?

 

What is Your Color Sense

Yes, bright and bold colors are great at drawing attention but they have a negative side too. They can appear to be brash and loud. Every color has a special inference and can bring shade to your message so use it effectively.

 

Remember the KISS principle – Keep it Simple Stupid

You might be an amazing designer or an illustrator but does not mean you pour all your skills in designing a simple image. Sometimes just a simple image is more relatable. So read your brief, research and then start with simple.

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Learn From Others

Always keep a notepad handy. You never know where the idea or inspiration might come from. Observe and see how top brands have written history. Almost everything around us is a source of inspiration.

Keep all your Rough Work

All designers have their sketches and various versions of it. Keep all of them. Just because the other sketches didn’t work for one client doesn’t mean they won’t work for another. Re-examine them whenever a new project comes in. Who knows you just might get inspired by them to create a masterpiece.

You can have all these skills learning graphic designing course from top animation institute. Attempt a graphic designing course and make career in graphic designing. What if you can not attend the classes or go to the institution of graphic designing course?, Like you are an working professional, No, worries you can still learn Graphic Designing at your comfort, join Online Graphic Designing Classes. Institutes like P. A. Inamdar College of Visual Effects Design & Art, provides degree course in animation in online training mode.

 

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Today’s student is at an advantage and has all the resources at his disposal to educate himself. It does not really matter if you are geographically isolated and are not able to attend traditional college or institute. Many students who contemplate education via the distance learning or online learning are plagued by questions doubts and insecurities. A though study, research and meeting with educational counselors usually answers most questions.

Students often have apprehensions over opting for higher education via distance learning, as they lack clarity about the pros and cons of this mode of education. It’s a good idea to understand the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing a degree through distance education before you decide if you want to go for thionline-animation-courses mode.

If you are talented have a creative streak in you and are passionate then Animation is one of the best careers to get into today. If you keep updated with the latest technology no one can stop you to break into the industry.

There are a lot of online animation degree programs which are available for all students — from beginning to advanced —

Sharpen your skills

An exceptional combination of hands-on training as well as theoretical and conceptual studies in 2D and 3D animation arts are offered through campus-based and online animation college training courses. Animation has its use and importance across a large field of flourishing digital professions. This includes the video gaming, motion picture and television, and website industries.

Do you know what the latest Software Available are Today

Many online programs offer training on the latest versions of, Autodesk Maya & Motion Builder, After Effects, and Adobe CS Suite. One can also learn about building layouts, creating wireframes, models, landscapes and storyboards.

Be the Best Animator to Find Good Work

Animation graduates find work across industries. It is not just the entertainment field, trained and capable animators are needed to help produce corporate digital training films and product displays, mock-ups and engaging presentations.

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If you have set a goal for yourself, accredited universities and colleges can help you earn your degree online without hampering your busy work or family life. So if you dream of creating the latest console game from scratch or you want to play a role in bringing animated movie characters to life just get started and start applying.

Here are some quick points which support online learning:

  • The comfort of one’s home or work place aids better learning
  • Flexibility in choosing a course
  • Study materials can be accessed literally 24*7
  • Computer and internet skills get enhanced
  • Sets your own pace of learning

 

 

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On the day of 125th death anniversary of social reformer Mahatma Jyotiba Phule , Maharashtra Cosmopolitan Education Society has organized a rally.

As every year, MCE Society, Azam Campus organizes rally on this occasion , this year on 28/Nov/2016 Monday, around 5000 students and staff members of the educational institutions of the society gathered at Azam Campus to take part in the rally.

President of the M.C.E. Society Mr. P.A. Inamdar has inaugurated the rally which was marched from Azam Campus at 8:30 am and ends at Mahatma Phule Wada, Ganj Peth.  Along with the various bands, students, principals and staff members of all the educational institutions like PAI College of Visual Effects Design and Art, School of Art  etc. took participation in the rally”, as said by the secretary of the MCE Society Mr. Latif Magdum Secretary of M.C.E. Society.

The rally was organized to pay tribute to the great social worker who brings the suppressed people of the society under one banner  to fight against discrimination based on birth.

 

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Formation of a sequence of images from hand drawn, painted, or formed out of any other artistic method which changes over a period of time to show an impression of movement is called animation. It can be traced to the Paleolithic period when humans were drawing in the caves.

Modern day animation is a very advanced business. Constant revamping of technology and innovation keeps this field buzzing with activity all the time.

Here are some different types of animations:

Experimental Animation:

Animators use the colorful post-it squares as pixels, arrange them on a wall and animate theAnimation-courses-after-12thm around. This ingenious use of an everyday thing is the USP of Experimental Animation. Food to furniture, anything can be animated.

The hunger and curiosity to do something different will usually, to drive people to come up to with a new type of animation. These don’t work great with big films but with short promotional films.

Example of Experimental Animation

Traditional Animation

Here animators draw images on a see-through piece of paper fitted on a peg using a colored pencil, each frame one by one. Timing is exceptionally vital in traditional animation, since the frame has to fit the soundtracks exactly, as such the animation process of traditional animation can be prolonged and expensive.

The story of Animated Drawings by Walt Disney

2D animation

2D animation is widely used in a number of creative industries and is still commonly used even with the rise of 3D animation. Everything from cartoon series to video games and full feature films are done in 2D. The reason for this is that 2D animation is flexible and can be done on a wide range of platforms. This is why 2D is a very popular for anything from entertainment and multimedia to broadcast video.

Example of 2D animation Showreel

3D animation

Computer Generated Images (CGI) that produces the impression of three dimensional spaces with great precision is “3D” animation. It is possibly the most accepted form of animation and is used in anything from TV shows, video games, and feature films.

Computer-generated imagery (CGI), is a somewhat new practice that only came into use during the 1990’s. It involves operation of three dimensional objects and virtual environments with the use of a computer program. 3D has also become the regular visual style for video games because it lets players do much more than a 2D game. Animators first create a 3D polygon mesh with various connected vertices to give it form.The mesh is then rigged by giving it an armature, a skeletal structure that can be manipulated to make the object appear in specific poses. The most popular programs are Autodesk Maya  and Autodesk 3ds Max or other 3D software/s. These are a little expensive but will give good returns if learnt well.

Before 3D gained popularity, another type of animation which was close was, stop-motion and Clay animation, which involved using real-life objects and taking pictures to give the illusion of motion.

3D Animation Showreel Example

Clay Animation

Clay animation is a lot like stop-motion (Everything that is shot live, frame by frame, in front or under a camera ) is well-liked enough to hold water and stand as a different technique altogether. It is a the same process but clay is used for most of the characters, objects, and backdrops.

Paint-On-Glass Animation

Although not very commercially viable, this particular form is very eye-catching. This method needs the handling of slow-drying oil paints on sheets of glass to create the feeling of motion. This is not common as it is a little tricky to do.

Animation is not a new word in India, its far from the history we are animating the things in different forms.Now a days the animation industry is expanding, new ways to make career in the different fields of animation has been explored. Specialization in a field of animation like composition, 3D animation, 3D modeling, 2d animation, or any other can bring you to the heights of career in animation.

Choosing a animation course is very crucial, you should consider everything before joining an animation college like placement, university affiliation, teaching staff, college environment, facilities etc. P A Inamdar college of Visual Effects Design and Art is one of the best animation college in India, they are trying to serve quality education right from the beginning, the animation college provides degree in animation as well as short term certifications in animation. In 2016, they are selected as “Institute of the Year – 2016” in animation category by The Higher Education Review.

As there are an numbers of types of animation, & we can not cover all of them in a single article, so we will bring some more forms of animation in some of the next articles.

 

 

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