Monday, September 3, 2007

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Friday, August 17, 2007

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Make your own animation movie - Aniboom Shapeshifter!

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Glen Keane - Discovery chrch

Friday, August 3, 2007

Sunday, July 29, 2007

About flash Plugins ...... save time in animation

this comapany provides you Plugins for Macromedia Flash to use in character animation. These Plugins had been developed during long-feature Macromedia Flash animation productions

............... looks cool

Saturday, July 28, 2007

My son

Hi everybody,
Here is my SON. :)

Thursday, July 26, 2007


just like that :D

Animated Mohanlal by Noor and gang at AD2


Dreamers can do it!

Dreamers always have a way of making their dreams come true, if they believe in themselves. this video is a must watch.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

hi Guys and Gals

Welcome to the AD blog. Hope to stay in touch

Its not my JOB

Hi Guys,

Its time to change....

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Memento - Analysis

MEMENTO Analysis
"Christopher Nolan"

This is the basic analysis which we tried for this movie called "memento"
This is the full sequence of the movie which we broke down into scene, duration of each and every shots. The scenes are divided by two segments, black and white and color section.

The interesting part is the black and white sequence goes in a normal way and the color sequence goes in the opposite way. Did i say its like 2,3,4,5,10,9,8,7,6. nope.. its like 10,1,9,2,8,3,7,4,6,5
We did'nt board(story board) out the entire movie but we just experiment on how they shuffled all the shots

Color sequence

Black and white sequence

The original movie was triggered from the short story by "Jonathan Nolan" check it out:

Blue Tooth

Monday, July 23, 2007

Tika bhie



Pitch a Show - By Scott Adams

Every time I see a new reality show advertised on TV, I think “Why didn’t I think of that?” They’re brilliant in their own way. Their job is to make a lot of people watch television advertising, and they do it well.

I spend way too much time fantasizing about pitching my own reality show concept to TV executives. I’ve actually been in TV pitch meetings (for Dilbert) and they are like no business meeting you’ve ever seen. Allow me to paint the picture.

TV pitch meetings are brief, maybe ten minutes long, and no one is writing anything down. Usually the meeting happens in an executive’s huge office, in the sitting area. There’s no conference table, just a couch and several chairs. You might have eight or ten people in the room. There are usually about four TV studio executives. On the pitching team, you usually have an agent or two, usually a writer or two, and maybe a director, or producer, or some combination.

The dress code is fascinating. The executives and the agents dress in expensive business attire. The creative people can wear anything. They signal the strength of their accomplishments by the degree of casualness in their appearance. Ratty t-shirts and old sneakers are normal.

After the frighteningly insincere greetings comes the pitch. You only have a few minutes to put your idea into words. If it doesn’t come across in a few sentences, the executives know it won’t come across in a ten second ad for the show. A pitch might go like this:

“It’s called ‘Endowed.’ A woman has to choose either a man with a huge fortune and a small penis, or a poor man who is sporting an anaconda. The kicker is that the woman is recently divorced, and her ex has to agree on her selection.”

“It’s called ‘Fraud.’ Contestants pretend to be experts in various jobs, from attorney, to plastic surgeon, to plumber, to car salesman. They compete to see who can overcharge a customer the most before revealing their true identities.”

Now it’s your turn. Give me the two-sentence pitch for your reality show.

[Please don’t leave comments saying you don’t enjoy reality shows. I respect that opinion but it won’t add anything to the blog.


this one is something similar to what u uplode .... its a game for PS3 the high end painting style of japanis art , adding some more info by Wikipedia


Hi this is Baby Bittu.

Here i done some expressions for younger Bittu.

Chinese Painting and Calligraphy in 3D

Potbelly Narayan

sweet girl


Mission Hill

all we r talking about animation and line test , here is something about animatic this one is my favorite ,its "Mission Hill" animatic very simpal but in detail

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Friday, June 29, 2007

just like that!!

is this a place where we share only videos and tutorials? or we can share our works (i think thats more worth it)

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Pretty good Illustrations on this website!

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Creative Question! by Scott Adams creator of Dilbert

A few years ago I was invited down to DreamWorks to see if there was any potential for collaborating on something non-Dilbert. Nothing ever came of that meeting, but in the process I learned something fascinating that I’ve been puzzling about ever since. Maybe you can help me figure out something.

The problem with creating a G-rated CGI blockbuster, like Shrek, or Cars, is that all the obvious categories have been taken. Kids are interested in only a few things in their movies:

1. Other kids
2. Creatures of any kind
3. Princesses
4. Magic and super powers

Shrek III, for example, has all of those elements. It’s no surprise it’s a huge hit. So here’s your creative question for the day: What subject and setting hasn’t yet been done as a kid-oriented CGI movie?

Here are some that HAVE been done:

Super heroes
African animals
Suburban animals
Fairy Tale creatures

Pixar has a new movie coming out about a rat that works in a kitchen. I’m sure it’s a fine film and will do well, as all other Pixar movies have. But honestly, my first reaction on seeing the rat in the kitchen trailer was “they ran out of creatures.” It’s no one’s fault. There are only so many types of creatures in the universe.

I’ll get the ball rolling with a few types of creatures that haven’t been in recent kid-oriented CGI blockbusters as far as I know:


Now it’s your turn. What creatures are left for the next movie?

[Update: Okay, okay. Penguins and Chicken Little and Valiant were birds. See how hard it is to come up with something new?]

Monday, June 25, 2007

Richard Williams - I drew Roger Rabbit

Beauty and the Beast

Glen Keane at CalArts

Glen Keane lecture

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