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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart in one film, a film based on an old cartoon that is so beloved; is there anything else you need to make a blockbuster film. YES! Apparently Jumanji would have been nothing without visual effects.
The film has been setup in a jungle theme because that is how this story goes. It is a lesser known fact that even if the cast went to real jungle to shoot some scenes not all of the shots was taken in the jungle. A large part of the film was completed with the help of visual effects. In addition that the bike scenes were all shot in front of green screens only.
This piece of blockbuster film is a treat to anyone who watches it. The classic tale couldn’t have been made better without Rock. Kevin Hart and Rock’s classic and hilarious duo will make you come down to tears out of laughing so hard in this film.
Rock’s expressions were so genuine and real that it never felt even for a second that he was shooting in front of a screen rather than real jungle. The dedication and passion that he possesses as an actor is so fine and an inspiration for everyone. The visual effects artists did full justice to Rock’s work.
They left no point of criticism. The Art director does deserve a round of applause for his immense perfection and passion in this film.
After reading this don’t you feel a little urge to pursue visual effects and create your own imagination in big blockbuster films? Well, as it turns out there is no reason why you cannot do what you want. We have the best VFX institute in India for you. Hi-Tech Animation has the best VFX course in India. You might ask why.
Hi-Tech Animation being the “only” animation institute in India with a production studio is the best place to learn. No other place has that. Here you will learn from professionals in studio who have real life experience of working in post production of huge films. With the best industry oriented course and 100% placement assistance why will you go anywhere else. Don’t delay. Hurry and choose your dream career now.
War, white walkers, royalty, kingdoms at war and dragons. Who doesn’t like Game of Thrones? George R.R. Martin’s fictional world has become everyone’s favorite TV show. Since the first appearance of dragons in the last episode of first season they have always stayed in the buzz.
By the seventh season we have seen them conquer cities, win wars and rule kingdoms. Daenerys and her dragons are the most important thing about the show. Everyone becomes stunned when her majesty arrives with her dragons. But do you know how they are created? It would be very obvious to say that they are not real. (Or are they?)
So basically the actress uses cardboard props that are green in color and later on those scenes are altered in the post production using VFX to bring the dragons to life. The scenes where she is seen patting the dragons it is basically a small green prop which then become dragons in the hands of the VFX artists.
Even the scenes where you see her riding the dragon it is a small platform that is green in color and she pretends it to be a dragon. (Acting skills on point!) The dragons are the pride of House Targareyan which are envied by the western lords and seen as a threat.
Although we cannot deny that watching dragons fly and the queen ruling kingdoms is a dream plot line that no one could have thought of. Also you will be intrigued to know that more than thousands of VFX artists work for the appearance of the dragon, its movement, sounds and how it will be animated to aesthetically please the audience.
All Game of Thrones fans might wonder if the dragons are just props in green painting then how can we show the queen flying atop it all the time. Good Question. In those scenes the background is also green screen and later blue sky is added with the CGI effects.
Basically you can say that Game of Thrones wouldn’t have existed as a TV show without good visual effects and the efforts of the team. You can also join VFX courses to learn the craft for yourself and work on projects as big as these. Good VFX and animation courses will change the path of your life making it more creative and successful.
“Logic will take you from A to B. Imagination can take you everywhere.”
Animation is art of creative minds and a profession of success in 21st century. Gone are the days when you would have to think twice before pursuing animation as your career. An animator upholds great significance and value in numerous job fields other than multimedia.
In the world of digital media and illustrations the animators are domination the job market. With advancement in software technologies larger number of companies value and recognize the skills of an animator. Now, the traditional notion will make you believe that animation creators wind up with a job in cartoon making or film industries only. It is definitely true that they have huge demand in those areas but that doesn’t mean that animators don’t get successful anywhere else.
The animation industry operates in many sectors some of which include web designing, gaming, medical science, engineering, IT, journalism and even e-learning. These unconventional sectors also recruit animators. Animators earn a very decent and high paying salary in these fields too. As their experience keeps on increasing, so does the numbers on their paychecks.
You might not know but medical institutes need animators to design animated explanations of certain theories and concepts. Similarly, in the field of engineering animators are a must to design the 3D digital representations that the company needs. It is impossible for any industry to reach out to people without animation. Even beauty products and service oriented brands require good and talented animators to design their content.
You will remain bedazzled to know that animation has the capacity to take you anywhere and everywhere you have desired to be. Sky is the limit. The only thing that you need to worry about is your drive and hunger for success. Animation is a requirement everywhere and until and unless you are aspiring to be great nothing can stop you. Right from IT office to big silver screens animation jobs are hovering everywhere.
There is no as such restriction that you “have to” work at a certain place to be successful at animation. You can be anywhere you want and earn a good position for yourself. Animation is still relatively a new industry and it is ok to have certain doubts regarding it. We are here to tell you that you can eradicate all that from your head and drive for a better tomorrow. If you still have any kinds of doubts then feel free to write to us and we would be more than happy to assist you.
Not just animation but the scope of VFX courses in India is huge as well. If you are looking for the best animation or the Best web design course in Kolkata then join Hi-Tech Animation right away. We provide the best courses with 100% placement facility.
Do you think that Aladdin or Genie just happen to come to life out of nowhere and become beloved animated characters. No. A troop of animators and VFX artists created these characters and all other characters that you know of.
Who are animators?
Often known as multimedia artists, animators create animated content for Television commercials, cartoons, animated films, graphics in big films like Matrix, e-learning and many more. With their skill set and knowledge they work on the projects.
Motion graphics have artists who like to work freelance and make their own content on YouTube and other platforms.
How will it help you?
Let’s get one fact clear. Animation is one of the fastest growing industries in India. It has elevated to become a 100 billion industry in 2017. Big producers and investors are willing to invest in production studios these days which is making it generate high remuneration.
Being a part of this dynamic industry will get you better job opportunities than the other sectors. Kolkata is the creative capital of our nation. The scope of securing animation and VFX jobs in Kolkata is extremely high. The so-called IT and medical sector has neck to neck competition for a decent paying job but it is not the same in animation industry.
You can make a great career out of the multimedia industry. Hi-Tech Animation offers you the best multimedia courses with 100% placement assistance.
You will have no boundaries
Animation jobs are not restricted to any state or nation for that matter of fact. You can go and work for international studios and production houses as well. In addition to that a lot of international production studios are outsourcing work to creative artists in India as well.
An insight of the demand
Do you have any idea of how much animators are in demand? Every animated movie requires over 400-500 animators and VFX artists.
The media and entertainment industry required hundreds and thousands of animators every year and not that many are produced. It is your time to rule the world. Go ahead and join Hi-Tech Animation right away for a bright future ahead.
Coco is an upcoming 2017 American computer-animated musical film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Based on an original idea by Lee Unkrich, it is being directed by Unkrich, and co-directed and written by Adrian Molina. It is scheduled to be released on November 22, 2017. The Pixar team made several trips to Mexico to help define the characters and story of Coco.
More than 21,000 people signed a petition on Change.org stating that the trademark was “cultural appropriation and exploitation at its worst.” A week later, Disney cancelled its attempt, with the official statement saying that the “trademark filing was intended to protect any title for our film and related activities. It has since been determined that the title of the film will change, and therefore we are withdrawing our trademark filing. These events kept the film very much in news.
Movies, always the realm of fantasy, are now further removed from reality than ever. Pixar has been fairly quiet about their upcoming film Coco. The film was first announced way back in 2012 as an untitled picture about Dia de los Muertos, and in the years since, we really only learned that it would be directed by Toy Story 3 helmer Lee Unkrich and that the movie was entitled “Coco”. Granted, it takes a long time for these movies to move through development, but the studio has been surprisingly quiet on their sole non-sequel.
Also, if you’re worried that Pixar is just co-opting Mexican culture to make a quick buck, fear not. The studio invested in heavily to make sure that they were respectful and inclusive according to Vanity Fair. While we’re still a ways off from Coco, and we’ll have to get through Cars 3 to get there, for me, it’s the most exciting film Pixar is working on right now because it’s not a sequel. I’m curious about Toy Story 4 and The Incredibles 2, but Coco promises to give audiences something new from the studio, and I can’t wait to see what it is.
The VFX of this film has been equally controversial as the other production stuff. A number of visual effects courses are going to include the visual effects work of this film into their curriculum.
Check For Specialization
Many VFX and animation courses offer short term animation courses related to particular multimedia industry such as Editing, Post Production, and Rotomation etc. Discuss in detail the course curriculum with the course advisor and check whether your specialization is available in the course as well.
It’s always good to check the kind of placements a VFX course can offer you even if you don’t actually need it. Placement assistance is a complementary feature along with the animation course you choose by many animation institutes. Make sure to look at the institute’s testimonials and do some dig well research about the companies that you will be getting recruited into.
A lot of animation and VFX artists make seven figure salaries and this draws a large number of aspirants to the industry each year. But it is important to remember that this only happens over time, after a certain reputation has been built. So, don’t give up. Keep practising and stay focused on your course. You must know that talent alone will lead you to success and nothing else.
It’s only the special visual effects (VFX) and animation that make possible for a director to portray his imagination. Of late almost all movies require the special effects, consequently creating an expansive hub of job for aspiring animators. While studying animation and VFX you need to analyse various kind of movies, in which special effects were used. Here are a list of 5 movies can be helpful for your course and getting new ideas regarding your course.
Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Spielberg’s war drama was made using the backdrop of Normandy invasion(June,1944) during the World War Two. Outstanding portrayal of war got Stefen Fangmeier, Roger Guyett, Neil Corbould BAFTA Award in 1999 for Best Special Visual Effects. Speilberg initially wanted to capture this historical record as a documentary to tribute the people who had lost their lives during the Invasion of Normandy and to give its audience a real visual experience. However this carefully crafted piece of movie surely can provide you with some unique noteworthy understanding of special visual effects.
You must be aware of the Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón for his best known dramas like A Little Princess (1995) and Y Tu Mamá También (2001), the fantasy film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), but his science fiction thrillers has also gave him a special recognition. Gravity (2014) is one of his directorial masterpiece, what got him several nomination for Academy Award. This Sandra Bullock and George Clooney starer movie revolves around the story of two stranded astronauts struggle to survive and return to the Earth. Under the direction of Framestone, a British Visual effects company and the 3D conversion company Prime Focus World made this ground breaking visual work to give a treat for our eyes. This mind boggling Visual Effects and game changing use of 3D earn it both, Oscar an BAFTA awards for visual effects and made it worth to be enlisted in your watch list.
Life of Pi (2012)
This survival drama of 2012 based on Yann Martel’s 2001 novel of the same name can be a stuff for your course of VFX study. The plot goes with a 16 year old boy lost in the middle of the sea following a devastating storm, comes up with visually stunning 3D effects on the big screen. The animational portray of a animal and sea can give an idea of how technology can be used to bring animated animal into real experience.
Inception ( 2010)
Inception is a science fiction movie about stealing information by infiltrating into the subconscious. The movie is on the subject of stealing dream is first of its kind. The Visual effects to create street folding in Paris and characters creating architecture out of thin air, created a new set of examples, while presenting the dreamy visual for the script’s purpose. This masterpiece of Christopher Nolan is a must-watching film if you are an aspiring animator.
This 2009 Oscar winning epic science fiction film is directed, written, produced and co-edited by talented Canadian filmmaker James Cameron. Extensive use of Mo-cap Technics, 3D animation and stereoscopic Technics made the film a breakthrough in the genre of science fiction and help it to become an one of the highest grossing films of all time. The film has all the merits to be putted into your watch list.