Do you know how animation became the fastest growing sector?

growing animation sector

The entertainment business is really unpredictable to be honest really. You never know when a YouTube video will go viral or when a certain animation character becomes the logo of your bags and notebooks. People are so engrossed into the world of media that you never really know what will catch up with this trend.

In this fast pacing internet generation animated films and videos are very much beloved. People of all ages and not just children go crazy over watching animated films. Until a century back animated films didn’t receive any awards. The tables have sure as hell turned now. India’s animation industry produced revenues of Rs.51.1 billion in 2015, marks a growth rate of 13.8 percent, as per FICCI-KPMG report. The numbers got bigger when it showed a growth of 18 percent later on.

The investment towards producing animated films is also growing at a very large scale. Big companies like Reliance and TATA are some of the big players which have invested in production studios.

Indian animators have shown their extensive talent in shows like Game of thrones and Life of Pi and Maleficent. Emmy award winning show Game of Thrones’ crowd multiplication, props, dragon texturing was done by Indian animation artists.

When it comes to learning animation, it definitely is one of the contributing factors to the growth of animation industry. Seeing the vast requirement of animators the scope of animation courses is also seeing an upheaval. To be a good animator you must join a good 3D animation institute that will train you to become a professional who can handle all circumstances.

I’d suggest you to join Hi-Tech Animation. It is the best institute with a much enriched faculty. Being the one and only animation institute in India with a studio, the students learning here get very good exposure towards the world of animation.

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