Richard Williams is a name familiar to anyone who is seriously interested in animation. (If you call yourself an animator
Kshiraj Telang is a game artist at Lakshya Digital (Gurgaon), one of the finest game development studio based in India where he works with and leads a team of highly skilled and talented video game artists. Together they create dazzling art for a variety of games ranging from AAA titles to social and casual games. At the recent NASSCOM GDC 2012, held in Pune, India, Kshiraj conducted an interesting session on ‘Character Development for Video Games’.
In this interview with AAA, Kshiraj shares his experience of presenting at the NGDC and designing his favourite characters for video games.
The Indian film industry’s obsession with superstars seems to have infected animation too, with big names being sought after not only for dubbing Hollywood blockbusters in Hindi but also for original Indian animated films. Several big stars have been roped in by producers to lend their voices to animated characters, in the mistaken belief that the mere presence of Bollywood stars will increase the marketability of a film.
The 3 part Animation Masterclass by RamSinghKumaresh debuted in Mumbai on April 24th, 2010. AAA was to cover all the
A visual tour of Module 1 of the RSK Animation Masterclass. Sorry folks, I missed this one due to bad
Having missed Module 1 of RamSinghKumaresh’s Animation Masterclass, I wanted to ensure that I attend the remaining two modules. Braving
The third and concluding module of RamSinghKumaresh’s Animation Masterclass began with a forty-five minute session of live sketching. A volunteer
In April 2010 this year, the Indian animation fraternity received some surprising but welcome news. Vivek Ram, Ranjit (Tony) Singh
ANIMATION BOOM …OR DOOM? The media has been touting animation as the ‘hottest new career’ and the billion dollar figures