Team Brainpan Studio

The 12 key elements of Brainpan Studio.

“Are you the leaf, the blossom or the bole?
body swayed to music, O brightening glance,
How can we know the dancer from the dance?”

–W.B. Yeats

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We are Visual Storytellers

If you have an idea to express, a product to explain, a thought to accelerate, a story to present, think VISUALLY. Think of us.

We illustrate and Illuminate. We put art in motion. We simplify complexity. Visit our home to know more: www.brainpanstudio.com

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Birthday Testimonials for Jatin Aggarwal

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“Many many happy returns of the day, warmest wishes to a great member of our team. May your special day be full of happiness, fun and cheer ! :)”

Aditya Singh

Happy Birthday dearest Jatin! You bring the team together with your harmonious tunes. Wish for you to learn, grow and succeed beyond your own expectations! Keep Shining!
Komil Sharma Singh
King of Harmony, Knight of the text, & Conqueror of Graphics
I wish you a very Happy Birthday
May you find what you seek in this journey of yours, and live a fulfilling life.
Keep up your best efforts like you always do achieving things and helping everyone in need. Be the lighthouse in the middle of stormy ocean and skies.
Keep Being Creative and giving me lift from Home to office everyday.
Himanshu Bassi (Ikki)

Even though you maintain that you hardly know anything about me, I believe we get along quite famously. I dearly love how much you have picked up as a TT player. You are a gem of a person. You like to improve with every step and you choose your game. Carry on. Don’t be afraid. Cheers for life.

Sumanto Majumder

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The Young Filmmakers: Aayushi & Surbhi

It is a proud moment for Aayushi and Surbhi. They completed their first short film and returned to their alma mater (Banasthali University) to showcase. It was a gala event when the former students held the stage and the attention of the faculty. The current students made wonderful posters for the screening.

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After a standing applause, Aayushi and Surbhi answered the many inquisitive questions about the process, about specialisation, about the world beyond the college walls and in general about two girls’ journey into the digital art world.

It is the core of our company culture to enable our studio team to take part in individual creative projects. We believe in supporting our members to evolve as artists and create monumental body of work. The progress that Aayushi and Surbhi has shown in such a short span of time is incredible. As a company we continue to nurture new talents and give home to the creatives.

The Film Synopsis:
The world has forgotten her and her voice lost in the hustle of the living. Amma is a ghost to her people, a forgotten memory. Her only companion is a slipper obsessed dog. Her old pot sags and the thread snaps; the old tree loses its last leaf. In the autumn of life, the god of death visits. Finally a journey. But even death ignores her. And she is left alone again with no company.

The Backdrop:
Based in the narrow dusty lanes of Nivai (Rajasthan), Amma is a real person and her loneliness is a lived reality. This film is an experimentation in traditional animation by merging both elements of 2D and 3D. The movement of the characters are in 2D and have been placed in a 3D background. The tone is realistic with a brief interpolation of surrealism. Relatability is the core approach to the animation and the story.

The Filmmakers:
Aayushi Sharma and Surbhi Goyal are ardent students of animation. Their interest lies in the field of storytelling and creating relatable environments. This is their maiden film and the first in their journey to create an unique yet universal visual language.

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CEO’s Diary: My Role Models

I have had some great teachers in my life. I remember Mr. Bhalla from my school in Lucknow. He was my computer teacher and he made me win Olympiads. Sometimes my wife calls me a robot, sometimes I feel good about it, sometimes I see a bit of Mr. Bhalla in me.
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I think that’s who role models are. The only role models I have had in my life are my actual teachers. Memorable teachers are the ones who give you a part of their own. I see this more now probably because I recently realized that I am an ardent Learner.
Being aware of this skill makes a lot of difference. Sometimes in-between work I wake up to realize that I am on a Wikipedia page and there are 12 more tabs on my browser to explore.
It has been around 8 months since I first met Manish Puri and 7 since he became my coach. Initially I did not know what to expect out of coaching. I started questioning that to myself. Can’t I figure this out by my own? I mean I have the internet. I have the will to learn. Why do I need a coach? This thought process led me to more and more questions. Why does anyone need a coach? Why does a Tendulkar or a Federer need a coach?
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Every week we would have talks and in return I would have tasks. Fair trade, I assumed. This one week he gave me a task of meeting 40 business prospects in a month. Possible, I assumed. Challenge accepted, I said. Month end got near but I wasn’t quite there. But then I realized something about myself. My ability is not my preordained condition. I am as far as I can stretch myself. I needed that push. I needed to explore.
It’s been a year since my wife, Komil and I started learning martial arts. Our sensei pushes us to the limits that my body could have never imagined. Our training is weaved in blood, sweat and tears. Both of us recently got our yellow belt.
It has been an intense journey to reach to our first stepping stone. I see a huge correlation between learning martial arts and entrepreneurship. The only competition you see is the one in the mirror.
I would like to thank these 3 pillars, these 3 role models. My computer teacher, my coach and my sensei.