As a part of our “Initiate the Future”, we try to inculcate the young generation into the world of digital Art. Moon, our COO and a prolific artist has been invited to Doon University to conduct the Wacom India workshop.
Always so thrilling to put out these announcements. Be sure to contact the maestro if you are in Dehradun.
STRESS AS CONSTRUCTIVE AND HEALTHY
Stress releases Oxytocin.
– Reduce damage to Heart. Regenerate heart cells.
– Reduce damage to blood vessels.
– Makes you connect socially.
– Makes you care and practice empathy.
– Induces you to seek support and share.
– Makes to passionate/emotional/energetic.
Stress is only destructive if you believe it is. Instead believe stress is healthy. It results in release of oxytocins that make you a better person.
Quote for the Day- ‘Chasing Meaning is better for you than trying to avoid discomfort.’
How To Deal With Stress:
2. See it the way it is.
3. Use it as a constructive channel of energy; that empowers you and those around you.
Write about a current dis empowering stress in your life. Find an empowering way to channel it.
Collated by Komil Sharma (HR Executive)
As a part of the “Initiate the Future” campaign, we regularly interact and engage with students of creative arts. It is paramount as a future oriented studio to collaborate with companies and institutions to guide and facilitate the newer generations into the art world.
Thank you Wacom India and Arena Animation for joining forces with us. Our COO the incredible Moon Arun will deal in the nitty-gritties of futuristic art.
“It was such a fun filled workshop. It was a little apprehensive about it, but still I went ahead and woah! It was one heck of an experience. Looking forward to interning with you guys. :D:D”
“This was one of the best workshops I have ever attended. Looking forward to work with you. And thanks for the marshmallow.”
“Extremely exuberant and captivating workshop. I have attended a number of workshops but never had such fun! Thanks a bunch.”
“An experience that is hard to express in words. Thank you for letting me peep inside me once again, to find the hidden talent. So thank you so much.”
“Thank you for everything! The workshop was wonderful (**ignoring the metro journey). You guys are awesome!”
“This workshop offered great insight into a field that I barely knew anything about. The second day of the workshop was especially great because of all the talk about branding and real industry interaction. Thank You!”
“THANK YOU!! This was one of the best workshops I have attended! Day 2: Was the Best for sure! You guys are so motivating, this was definitely one of the best decision taken to attend this workshop!”
“This workshop helped a lot to learn a whole different aspect of art and creativity. Animation and media has always been a topic of interest for me ad this workshop helped me learn about it in detail. The second day of the workshop was the best, more fun than expected. Thank you!”
“I’d surely start attending more workshop after this, as this was freaking awesome. I see you guys way above than this; sixth sense. J Hire us as interns though, & let us learn your complexity.”
“I had always been a very studious person; this is the best experience that I could have ever taken with me, my experience was amazing both the days… Even I can really say that today I really came out of my Medical Mind…”
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Our beloved COO Moon Arun had a wonderful time at Artography Studio. He was invited by Wacom India to conduct a workshop on “Pen Tablets and Design”. A presentation on digital concept art and today’s art industry.
As a part of our “Initiate the Future” campaign, we regularly hold workshops to guide and induct the newer generation into the art world.
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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).
When we visited Daulat Ram College (University of Delhi), our aim was involve the literature student into the process of visualization. To engage them into the journey of visual imagining. We presented them the MARSHMALLOW CHALLENGE.
The project was to create the highest stable structure using 20 spaghetti sticks, thread, tape and a single marshmallow. Within stipulated time, the teams under the flags of “3 Pipers“, “Analytics“, “Marshmallow Whatevers“, “Fantastic 4” and “SMS” built their own towers.
After Q&A related to the task, we ask them to write the story of their Marshmallow Challenge. Translation is the act of generating meaning. It is a process of transmutation. We ask them then to depict their story into a string of images. We encourage them to draw their narrative into a storyboard.
We selected the best story and storyboard, we reworked it and created a whiteboard animation to showcase their visual understanding.
A story called “Jo Jeeta wohi sikandar” by Fantastic 4.
We asked the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious participants of the VISUAL STORYTELLING WORKSHOP to create an image of themselves in words. Being able littérateurs, they framed themselves in poetic phrases. And after a discussion on adaptation and translation, the magnificent Manas Mathur (sculptor par excellence) guided them to mold words into clay.