“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 ! :)”
“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 GraphicsI wish you a very Happy BirthdayMay 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
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.
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.
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.
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.
A character is an embodiment of a personality. It has facets that underline all its key elements. A character has a past and a destiny. It has an inherent story. It encompasses a visual language that entails a narrative. A character is a bearer of motifs.
Character Designing by Moon Arun.
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We are born and breed in a language of violence. And every day we see another chunk of humanity sink down into the abyss of darkness and mayhem. There is nothing sacred about wars.
In the far land of Fudge Cake, an ordinary marshmallow was challenged by the Major.
He was to prove his worth by braving the ravages of time, atop Marshmallow Tower.
But ours was an ambitious marshmallow.
“Oh…this is easy. A cakewalk!” said he, tragically, thinking not of Spaghetti sticks and their fragility.
So he began with zeal and dreams of the crown, but overconfidence and haste pulled him down.
Though the Major Support System- Tape, Thread and Scissors-aided him well. At the last moment his tower gave and, humbled, to the ground he fell.
Now no one would sing him songs of praise, for arrogance had him beat. Still he would achieve some measure of success, not admit defeat. He would not soon forget these painful trials-taking care, testing himself at every stage. And while he couldn’t reach the heights he desired, our Marshmallow had, indeed, come of age.
The story and the storyboard of the champions of the Marshmallow Challenge: A visual storytelling workshop for the students of Daulat Ram College (University of Delhi).