WANTED: 2D Motion Graphics Animator

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We are looking for magicians who can convey motion into art. In other words we are looking for 2D MOTIONGRAPHICS ANIMATORS. Join us and become a part of the Brainpan Studio team. Create, innovate, animate and celebrate.

Job description

  • Have animation skills, combined with a good sense of graphic design
  • Have a good working knowledge of relevant graphics, animation and compositing software, including Illustrator and After Effects
  • Have a good understanding of the principles of animation and filmmaking
  • Have knowledge of drawing and structure
  • Be able to communicate clearly with colleagues
  • Be able to manage relevant aspects of production
  • Have the capacity to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Have an appreciation of accuracy and pay close attention to detail
  • Be able to deliver on schedule, working calmly and efficiently under pressure, if required
  • Have respect for the procedures and requirements of a particular studio or production
  • Preferably video game and comics enthusiast
  • Should be cool around dogs, we have a pet dog in the studio

 

Seniority Level: Associate | Industry: Animation/Media Production/Motion Pictures and Film | Employment Type: Full-time | Job Functions: Art/Creative/Design/Production

Apply to career@brainpanstudio.com

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Aayushi Interns at the Studio

Born to a teacher of Mathematics in the village of Rewana, childhood was mostly calculated within definitive lines. She was named to reflect the blessing that was her birth. Yet life was mostly restricted within the compound walls. Lacking feminine aspirations to play girl, she spent more time jumping around than playing with dolls. Her drawing was a means to recreate the inner understanding. Studies never held her interest and she drifted into detailing self reflecting inner worlds.

Name: Aayushi Sharma | Education: B. Design from Banasthali University

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An Interview with the intern.

What is animation?

Aayushi: There is inherent movement in all things. The study of this movement and the depiction of the same is animation. It is a step by step witness to the transition of things.

What part of your life involves art?

Aayushi: Art is my way of personalizing my environment and my world. I keep drawing on all surfaces and objects. I doodle a lot. It is my way of making any object truly mine.

What are the markers of a good animation?

Aayushi: A good animation is deftly able to convey its core ideas. To be able to ‘express’ is paramount to the expression.

What else other than animation excites you?

Aayushi: Oh, I love sports. I used to play volleyball and nowadays I am trying my hand at table tennis at the studio. I also jive freestyle. The subtle colours and aura of Chinese lifestyle intrigues me.

Do you have any final words?

Aayushi: The responsibility of our actions lies with us. We make our own choices.

 

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Know thy CEO

Aditya was born into a family of doctors in the Nababian city of Lucknow. Taught to observe and follow the patterns of the world, he developed an analytical bent of mind at a young age. With a problem solving attitude and a will to build, he joined VIT to pursue his B.Tech in Biotechnology. College saw him pick up his guitar and discover his own expression in music. After working as a Systems Engineer at Infosys, he left for United States to become a research intern at Boehringer Ingelheim. Looking at the microcosmic worlds in a petri dish, triggered a quest to explore the vastness of space.

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He backpacked through India chasing stars and capturing light through his lenses for a year. The cold winters of 2011 saw him volunteer with the NGO Karmabhoomi in the barren icy terrains of Ladakh. He taught chemistry, biology and aspiration to the secluded school kids of Turtuk. Inspired by nature’s reliance on co-existence, community building became his next obsession. He wanted to bridge the twain; his scientific outlook and his artistic temperament. An entrepreneur at the day and a photographer at the night, he built RumbleArt as an online marketplace for fine art photographers to showcase and sell art prints. Working with the motto, CREATE, EVOLVE and SUSTAIN, RumbleArt became an interactive space for artists to engage.

Meeting Moon Arun, a visual artist per excellence propelled him towards his next journey into the art world. Together they formed Brainpan Studio. Initially conceived as a wing of Brainpan Innovation, it soon took up wings of its own. Backed by incredible artistic vision and strong operational mettle, Brainpan Studio soon gained the trust of clients like Uber, Escorts and Pernod Ricard. Brainpan Studio is a small team with giant ideals. Aditya is an ardent believer of mutual progress and co-dependent social interaction.

Email: aditya@brainpanstudio.com | LinkedIn PageFB Profile | FB Photography Page: Adi Singh Photography

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Our First Fan Mail

Hi Moon,

Well, I would like to address you “Moon” and not “Arun” for the reason that you’re far away from the madding crowd in terms of imagination and design sensibility. This assertion, I assure, is not to flatter but to express a sort of genuine acknowledgment for you (as a professional) and your project; Brainpan Studio.

I have been observing Brainpan’s digital artworks for quite some time now. Today, out of curiosity, I navigated to your website, and to be frank, I felt enchanted. Now, I did not just like the innovative illustrations, thoughtful fonts, lively colors, crisp content, but also the fact that it all felt so breathable (astounding UX & UI). It was as if I was walking through some alley in downtown Paris with a featherlight straw hat on my head.

Your project conceptually and artistically is unique, really and I’m sure you know it already. What is furthermore amusing is the fact that your team seems to be enthusiastically and collectively working on building a bootstrapped project into a brand and mindfully spreading the required amount of awareness. I would heartfully appreciate if you could share this with your team and congratulatory encourage them to keep passionately working.

A Brainpan’s Fan,
Aditi Gulati