Enabling the Underprivileged Children: Ropio (CSR Project)

#India is a world of possibilities yet not all get into the same playing field. #Deprivation and #denial harms the #innocence and crushes #hope.

#ROPIO #Foundation works to free the #children, gives them a sense of #belonging and guides them to the farther reaches of life.

This #animation showcases how the #NGO works and finds a way for us to chip in. The foundation inculcates the values of #COURAGE, #UNDERSTANDING, #RESPECT and #COMPASSION.

This video is crafted under Corporate Social Responsibility (#CSR).

Join ROPIO to Reach Out & Pass It On.

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Uber Chooses Us

When Uber wants to strengthen its relationship with its driving partners, whom do they turn too? Yes, you guessed it right. It’s us. Yoohoo. We help Uber communicate with its driving partners. We help them express more with less.  We simplify Complexity.

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Concept Art: The Fall of Tartarus

Tartarus has witnessed the rise and the fall of many civilizations. It has been the cradle and the grave to many a brave and many a sullied. The origins of the warrior race of the NeonGuards is deeply entwined with the history of Tartarus. Once fortified by a thousand turrets and guarded by the NeonBlasters, it is today the land of the scavengers. The secrets of the old trees and the chants of the high priests of Arhat are now lost forever in a background of treachery and revenge.

The priests of Arhat left the planet immediately when the ever greedy MainFramers sent their miners to work in their sacred lands. But long before the collapse of the Mainframe, before the rise of the NeonGuards, before the miners were abandoned, before the shipbuilders of NuyerXelta, the land of Tartarus was the last of Nature’s refuse. It was initiated as a balance to the mechanical world. Nothing of that world exists anymore.

Tartarus is now the graveyard of the forsaken and the home to the lost.

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Concept Art: Vin Anteros

This is the last known picture of Vin Anteros. A young cadet of the Mega Tech Force Omicron and one of the most promising stars of the newly formed tactical unit on MainFrame. He along with his team are sent to Tartarus to oversee the mining of the sacred land. When the MainFramers abandon Tartarus along with thousands of worn out miners, Anteros raises his voice in rebellion.

Vin Anteros becomes the future supreme commander of the NeonGuards, the prime architect of Tartarus, the builder of Adrestia Prime, the conqueror of Ceres and harbinger of the War of Xion.

He brings the universe to the Gates of Egnon. And Chaos reigns again.

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This is a part of the ongoing series called “The Rise of the Monumetals”

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Arvind Joins the Team

Introducing ARVIND KUMAR, our newest team member. As a child growing up in the ancient city of Meerut, most of life’s fancies seemed a bit out of reach. His little hands and wondering eyes were not able to grasp the vast mercantile world. So he built his own. The back covers of his notebooks became the playground of his imagination and creativity. Dreams of boots, jackets and jeeps became a reality. Life was drawn on the last pages of his notebooks.

Visualizing was a personal endeavor. It gave pictures to his dreams. It was a relationship with his own self. And then as life moved forward, social interaction got involved. To visualize was not just to translate one own inner selves but also to see through the ideas of others. To visualize was to read the minds of people. To visualize was to use logic to narrow down and beautifully craft the dreams of others into viable worlds.

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An interview with the concept artist.

What is concept art?

Arvind: The use of logic to relay imagination is concept art. Logic maybe be subtle or direct but it is paramount to any creation.

What has been your experience with the art industry?

Arvind: I have always been fascinated with learning newer things. Different things, stranger things. I started with sketching in drawing books. I wanted to explore more dimensions. So I picked up sculpturing. I studied art at Institute of Fine Arts, Gaziabad. Then I did my MFA from Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University. I got interested in direction. I realised the importance of movement in art. I experimented with classical animation. I learnt from any source that I could access. I worked for animation studio visualizing explainer videos. Later I even started my own studio with my friend.

What part of your life involves art?

Arvind: All artists need conducive environment. Support and understanding from family and friends are very important for art to grow. Ideas need to be exchanged. Views should be encouraged. Life is too short to play it easy. Expression is the heart of my life. I joined theater to expand the scope of my own expression. It was never about the audience. It was about me getting involved in my own life. To interact with real emotions. To  give language to my movements. Similarly I loved music and made it a part of my life. Fine arts is very important to me.

What are the markers of a good concept art?

Arvind: In terms of the production cycle, markers of a good concept art are costing, time duration, ability to relate to real life, beauty, fine crafting the client’s idea, imaginative and most importantly the ability to fulfill the motive.

Concept artist must strive to go beyond the line. Even when one is in the office, the mind should drift outside the concrete walls and wander the world. A frequent oscillation between reality and imagination is the mark of a good concept artist. Inspiration is everywhere. Even the most ordinary of objects can inspire the most elegant worlds.

What else other than concept art excites you?

Arvind: I love to make life portraits. I like looking at people and reading into their lives. Every face has an universe hidden behind. All those stories lurking behind their eyes, in their expressions, in their movements, in this stillness. I see a man well dressed for the office, sleeping in the metro, I try to imagine his last night, his home, his dreams, his fights, his accomplishments. Each line is a statement that provokes a vast world behind.

Do you have any final words?

Arvind: Life is nothing without art. People without art are unfortunate to bear their ordinary lives. They are never able to escape the domesticity of their lives. Art evolves us and makes us look at life with a higher perspective and zeal.

Pandoras: “We accept you, one of us! Gooble Gobble!”

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