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2 years ago

Animation Institutes in Delhi – Shaping The Careers



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Delhi is an educational hub and a preferred destination for students across all the dimensions of the country. Various students from foreign countries also come all the way to Delhi to pursue their education. Animation, undeniably is a mushrooming sector and attracts innumerable students. It offers bright scope to students. There are various Animation institutes in Delhi that work towards providing the best of knowledge to their students. These institutes strive to provide to the students a combination of classroom training and industry exposure.

A degree or diploma from a reputed Animation institute in Delhi is very helpful to students who want to make a mark in this area. This polishes the career prospects of the students to a great extent. These institutes offer well qualified trained faculty, excellent infrastructure and great exposure. Very importantly, these institutes not only offer classroom study with a monotonous schedule but provide ample exposure by way of various guest lectures, industry visits, conferences and seminars. Some of these Animation institutes also make it a point to make training mandatory. All these activities lead to a broader understanding with a holistic approach in the field of animation. This significantly contributes to the overall education system and helps in the growth and development.

Besides animation institutes in Delhi, there are innumerable options and Delhi definitely meets the needs and requirements of all kinds of students with diverse interests. It is just the apt place to students towards living their dreams. The city offers various agencies that help students choose the institutes and colleges that fit their parameters. From play schools in Delhi and CBSE schools in Delhi to universities that provide higher education, it is the platform that strives towards accomplishing one's goals. The various consultancies and agencies work as a link between the member institutes and the students trying to make the process easy and hassle free. Their aim is to showcase and present the schools and institutes to make the decision making process simple and fulfilling. This in turn leads to shaping the careers of the students and makes them successful and responsible citizens.

Last but not the least the city offers a plethora of options ranging from play schools in Delhi to colleges and institutes of high repute. This varies from business management, hospitality, travel, designing to animation, engineering and so on and so forth. If you have the ambitions, Delhi is the place to be.

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2 years ago

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2 years ago

6 Great Stop Motion Films



If there's one filmmaking technique that takes immense skill, patience, and artistic flare, it's stop motion or, the art of making puppets move. Typically, stop motion uses puppets made out of synthetic materials and are moved by animators who work long hours just to get a few seconds of the finished film shot. Labour intensive with little room for error, stop motion films are just about always eye-catching. Below are six of the best stop motion movies ever made.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

It should be no surprise that Tim Burton tops this list since his movie The Nightmare Before Christmas helped bring full-length stop motion movies into the mainstream. Not only was the movie extremely well done, it became a massive marketing success that's still popular to this day. Based on a Christmas poem Mr. Burton wrote, adapted to the screen by Michael McDowell and directed by Henry Selick, The Nightmare Before Christmas, features Jack Skellington, the king of the Halloweentown, who yearns for something more than just scaring people every Halloween. He desires to branch out and, in his ambitious mood, steals Father Christmas. The story develops in wonderful stop-motion movie magic to tell the story of being happy with who you and where you're put in life.

Corpse Bride

Mr. Burton's next offering, Corpse Bride, is a love story about Victor who is to be married against his will to Victoria, a well to do lady of the village. When the wedding rehearsal goes wrong, Victor heads off into the woods and practices his marriage vows, he doesn't realize his words transcend the land of living... and the dead. It is here he accidentally marries Corpse Bride. Now married to the Corpse Bride, Victor has to make a choice between his bride in the land of the living, or the land of the dead.

James and the Giant Peach

The heart warming story of a little boy, James, whose parents are tragically killed by a rhinoceros and is sent to live with his two mean aunties. But his life takes a turn for the magical when he saves a spider. Now in posession of magical crocodile tongues, a massive peach plant begins to grow. When James ventures inside he discovers a company of new friends, including the spider he saved and a very wise grasshopper who will help him get to New York. Stunning visuals and brought to you by the same Burton/Selick team, this movie is a delight to watch and will make you want to read the book to relive childhood memories!

Mary & Max

A funny and heart warming movie about two pen pals, Mary, an eight year old girl living in Australia, and Max, a forty-four year old man living in New York.

2 years ago

How to Turn a Youtube Video into an Animated GIF



Before you start creating your very own animated GIFs, consider your options. Do you want full control over how your GIF looks or would you rather skip multiple steps and get straight to having your GIF created.



There are two methods to creating GIFs, one is downloading a video file, or using an existing file and then putting it into a program and creating it that way, the other way is to use online GIF creating websites which will download the video and create the GIF for you. If you're look for speed, the latter would be the best route.

http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Turn-a-Youtube-Video-into-a-GIF

2 years ago

Disney's Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVD Review

Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVDThe animation lover in me is thrilled that Disney is re-releasing their classic cartoons on home video. But that same animation lover is outraged at the appalling hatchet job the Mouse House has done with these old shorts in the Have a Laugh series.

Like the previous collection, Have a Laugh Volume 3, Disney takes some of their great old cartoons and bowdlerizes them for a modern audience. Between the vile "edited versions" and the pathetic voice-over in the Blam! feature, anyone with any taste will want to take a baseball bat to the creative executive who approved this blasphemy.

Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVD Features 'How to Swim,' 'Trailer Horn,' & 'Mickey Down Under'

The good news in this set is that these cartoons are truly for the ages. Viewers from 5 to 95 will roll on the floor laughing at Mickey and Pluto's misadventures with a boomerang with a mind of its own and an outraged ostrich in 'Mickey Down Under.' Goofy tries to surf while Donald Duck gets his grass skirt too close to a flame in 'Hawaiian Holiday', Disney's attempt to cash in on the Hawaiian craze of the 1930's.

Short-tempered Donald Duck feuds with mischievous chipmunks Chip and Dale in 'Trailer Horn' and Pluto battles a stubborn present in the sweet and funny 'Pluto's Surprise Package.' Last - but certainly not least - Goofy goes poolside in the brilliant 'How to Swim.'

Sure, these cartoons are 70 - 80 years old but when you're laughing this hard, who cares?

Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVD Extras

Here's where things go hideously awry. The " Re-Micks" feature re-edits snippets of vintage black-and-white cartoons to make a music video for the Jonas Bros' "Play My Music." It's a blatant attempt to pander to the pre-teen set, and won't get much repeat play outside that demographic.

Then there's the Blam! feature, in which an over-caffeinated voice-over type jabbers about the biggest pratfalls in several shorts while showing them in slow-motion. I have four words for this guy: shut the **** up!

In a classic case of "What the hell were they thinking?" Disney executives approved severely cropping large chunks from these old cartoons and offering them as "short versions." Even worse, these hack jobs are presented in 5.1 audio as opposed to the 2.1 audio the originals get.

Words cannot convey the sheer stupidity behind this decision, but I'll try anyway. First off, in hacking up these classic shorts you're fixing something that definitely isn't broken. These cartoons have established a certain rhythm in the way they develop the joke and the storyline for maximum payoff. Hacking them up completely decimates that classic pacing that helps make them so great.

Here's another hint: kids don't give a flying-you-know-what about the difference between 2.1 and 5.1 audio. Adults do. Adults also care about seeing these classic shorts in the way in which they were originally intended, and aren't going to like seeing these heavily truncated versions. Is that clear enough for you, Disney, or am I going to have to do an interpretive dance . . . with chainsaws?

Have a Laugh Volume 4: Disney Can't Leave Well Enough Alone

The saddest part of these collections is that the Mouse House clearly believes that their old cartoons can't stand on their own merits. The truth is, just like Snow White or Buster Keaton films, these animated shorts have an appeal that transcends generations. If the Mouse House understood this, and didn't butcher these cartoons in the name of making them accessible to modern kids (who hate being patronized like this), the Have a Laugh series would be more successful.

As it is, Have a Laugh Volume 4 gets a 3/5.

http://suite101.com/disneys-have-a-laugh-volume-4-dvd-review-a379571

2 years ago

Disney's Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVD Review

Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVDThe animation lover in me is thrilled that Disney is re-releasing their classic cartoons on home video. But that same animation lover is outraged at the appalling hatchet job the Mouse House has done with these old shorts in the Have a Laugh series.

Like the previous collection, Have a Laugh Volume 3, Disney takes some of their great old cartoons and bowdlerizes them for a modern audience. Between the vile "edited versions" and the pathetic voice-over in the Blam! feature, anyone with any taste will want to take a baseball bat to the creative executive who approved this blasphemy.

Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVD Features 'How to Swim,' 'Trailer Horn,' & 'Mickey Down Under'

The good news in this set is that these cartoons are truly for the ages. Viewers from 5 to 95 will roll on the floor laughing at Mickey and Pluto's misadventures with a boomerang with a mind of its own and an outraged ostrich in 'Mickey Down Under.' Goofy tries to surf while Donald Duck gets his grass skirt too close to a flame in 'Hawaiian Holiday', Disney's attempt to cash in on the Hawaiian craze of the 1930's.

Short-tempered Donald Duck feuds with mischievous chipmunks Chip and Dale in 'Trailer Horn' and Pluto battles a stubborn present in the sweet and funny 'Pluto's Surprise Package.' Last - but certainly not least - Goofy goes poolside in the brilliant 'How to Swim.'

Sure, these cartoons are 70 - 80 years old but when you're laughing this hard, who cares?

Have a Laugh Volume 4 DVD Extras

Here's where things go hideously awry. The " Re-Micks" feature re-edits snippets of vintage black-and-white cartoons to make a music video for the Jonas Bros' "Play My Music." It's a blatant attempt to pander to the pre-teen set, and won't get much repeat play outside that demographic.

Then there's the Blam! feature, in which an over-caffeinated voice-over type jabbers about the biggest pratfalls in several shorts while showing them in slow-motion. I have four words for this guy: shut the **** up!

In a classic case of "What the hell were they thinking?" Disney executives approved severely cropping large chunks from these old cartoons and offering them as "short versions." Even worse, these hack jobs are presented in 5.1 audio as opposed to the 2.1 audio the originals get.



Words cannot convey the sheer stupidity behind this decision, but I'll try anyway. First off, in hacking up these classic shorts you're fixing something that definitely isn't broken. These cartoons have established a certain rhythm in the way they develop the joke and the storyline for maximum payoff. Hacking them up completely decimates that classic pacing that helps make them so great.

Here's another hint: kids don't give a flying-you-know-what about the difference between 2.1 and 5.1 audio. Adults do. Adults also care about seeing these classic shorts in the way in which they were originally intended, and aren't going to like seeing these heavily truncated versions. Is that clear enough for you, Disney, or am I going to have to do an interpretive dance . . . with chainsaws?

Have a Laugh Volume 4: Disney Can't Leave Well Enough Alone

The saddest part of these collections is that the Mouse House clearly believes that their old cartoons can't stand on their own merits. The truth is, just like Snow White or Buster Keaton films, these animated shorts have an appeal that transcends generations. If the Mouse House understood this, and didn't butcher these cartoons in the name of making them accessible to modern kids (who hate being patronized like this), the Have a Laugh series would be more successful.

As it is, Have a Laugh Volume 4 gets a 3/5.

http://suite101.com/disneys-have-a-laugh-volume-4-dvd-review-a379571

2 years ago

‘Creative Fields’ of Career



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In today's world we can not assume any task with out the use of computer applications. Computer is a rapid changing field, every time new innovations are coming in the computer software developments. Thus students need to study and practice it thoroughly. After completion of 10+2 class from any stream students can opt for computer courses at bachelor level in degree or diploma basis.

In Bachelor of computer applications (BCA), the course includes the subjects related to basics of technological applications such as mathematics, data base management system, business data processing; system analysis, statistic and optimization technique etc at an elementary level. Admission to BCA can be access through the entrance exams in most of the colleges in India.

Mathematics is the compulsory subject to be clear in 10+2 grade. Many non medical students are also taking good interest in this career option. Being a technical field, a logical bent of mind along with flexibility to the working environment are some of the key essentials to study this subject.

There is a vast Career Options after BCA in the market. Directly a candidate work as a software engineer post in any good firm as the beginner. Initially the salary package may not be too high. After getting certain years of experience only, people can be work on the good pay scale. The software engineer is a specialist that focuses on specific areas and is designated as software architect, design engineer, java developer, quality assurance engineer, etc. Software or IT professional are known as the specialist in any of the core languages and can become a consultant in any reputed IT field too. With a sheer increase in the internet services around the world, many good jobs have been developed for the web services to enhance many businesses through internet marketing. BCA degree holders can also work as Technical writers and with good salary packages too.