Aug 16, 2016

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Aug 11, 2016

History of VFX in Indian Films

In our last post we had discussed history of Special effect in Indain cinema today we are here to discuss history of VFX in Indian cinema. If we are talking and discussing about history of Indian Films the name that comes in our mind is Dada Saheb Phalke. Now when we are talking about advent of vfx in Indian Cinema, again its Dada Saheb Phalke whose movies in silent era sites the example of use of vfx in movie Kaliamardan in the year 1919. Use of vfx at that era is actually commendable and amazing too. Gradually the Telegu cinema adapted vfx and some great work came up like Pathala Bhairavi and Maya Bazar which has actually taken the use of vfx to another height in movies.

In the year 1980 Indian VFX industry got a leap as Prasad video Digital which later transformed into Prasad EFX imported the first scanner and recorder which helped to produce digital image.

Visual effect enhance the look and feel of the movie earlier it’s been noticed vfx being used mainly in mythological film to portray larger than life effect and character so that the audience can get that feel of the movie.

Since then and now Indian cinema has seen lots of evolution era wise. Now the visual effect has become a part of each and every movie produced. Earlier the cost was high now with the advent of new technology things have changed drastically.

Our discussion simply takes our reader to encourage the opportunities one can get when it comes to entering the VFX industry. Maac Animation Kolkata offers bouquet of different courses  If you have decided to go ahead to take VFX courses to give your career a kick start this is the right time and right opportunity.

Aug 10, 2016

Cartoon Network Channel

In our today’s blog we will be discussing on a channel on television which wholly and solely runs on telecasting cartoon shows and animation programmes. Cartoon Network is an American satellite television channel owned by Time Warner. The speciality of this channel is its main focus is to entertain children’s by showing different animation programmes aiming the age group of 7 to 14 years mainly.

The channel aired its programme in India in four different languages namely Hindi, English, Tamil and Telegu. Since its inception in Indian market the channel has gained popularity through many interesting shows like Horrid Henry, Oggy and the Cockroaches, The Flintstones,The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Courage the Cowardly Dog are few names. To gain Indi audience the network has started focusing on number of animation shows like "Mighty Raju: Superhero School", "Sonic Boom Dhamaal Aur Dhoom", "Sholay Adventures".

With constant growth in the Indian market the channel has adapted new strategies to gain more likes in the Indian Market. It’s been said cartoon show watching doesn’t have any age barer. Although the channel has a targeted age group but everyone seems to enjoy animation programme irrespective of ages.

With the coming of this channel Indian animation industry got a huge boost. The flow of work increased as the channel required programme that would suit in Indian market so in variably the need of skilled animator increased. With its growing popularity channel also launched different animation games which also become very popular among kids.

With the evolution of 3D animation the channel made a smart move in producing excellent 3D animation programmes like ReBoot, Starwar Animated Series , Saladin etc to name a few. The visual appeal of 3D animation has hit the mind of Indian animation, but the charm and memory of 2d Animation is still there in the heart of the audience.