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Principles of Animation - Exaggeration
 
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Exaggeration is the animation principle, introduced by the great animation masters Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston. This principle is used to push the movement further and add more appeal to an action, pose or expression. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Staging
 
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Staging is fundamentally the most important principles to be kept in mind while Animating and planning a scene. Always stage an action so that the audience understands it. If you are staging a character or a personality make sure it’s recognizable. Also good staging helps in reading the expressions of the character clearly and overall helps in pushing the mood of the scene, thus engaging the viewer. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Solid Drawing
 
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Solid drawing is the animation principle which makes the drawing looks Three dimensional and believable with Volume, Weight and Balance. This requires the knowledge of drawing a subject three dimensional. With Solid drawing you will able able to draw figure from any side, which will help in animating your drawing. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Sand Art - Techniques
 
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Sand is very fascinating material to experiment in the field of art whether be it performing live or animating it frame by frame. Sand generally used is beach sand or colour sand. In case of colour sand one need to keep white light at the background so that the colour pops up clearly. Different textures can be used to have an impressions of what one visualizes. Other ways are texting in sand with different lines. Depending on what you want to do you can use different types of techniques, you can take pinch of sand and makes strokes or add fine detail into it. You can also draw on it by using brushes, combs or other tools. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/sand-art-and-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Appeal
 
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Appeal is one of the animation principles, which makes the character or design stand out. Viewer feels realism and it generates further interest when appeal is added to the design. Character should be capable of creating a pull when presented. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Limited Animation
 
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Limited animation is a technique or process in animation where reusing of animated frames, mirroring of images (characters) and drawing new frames only when necessary are done to limit down the work, save time and ultimately reduce the budget. Limited Animation runs on 4-12 or 8-12 frames per second. It started as an artistic experiment, later its cost cutting capability made it more popular. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/limited-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Tribal Paper Mache Mask Making
 
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In India, masks are used in both rituals and in various theaters for their expressive power. They are usual elements in many traditional ceremonies, rituals and festivals. In Indian tribal culture mask has an important place. These characters of tribal masks represent either deities, ancestral spirit, totem, mythological character, an event, royal personalities, animals or birds. Masks are made up of clay, paper pulp, metal, wood, bamboo, cow dung, tin and leather. Sharavan Gavit from Kalidaund village is a mask maker who makes only traditional masks. He has been making these masks since the past 25 years and pursued it as a hobby. He earns his living by working in a workshop as an instructor for making wooden handicraft products. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/tribal-paper-mache-mask Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Follow Through and Overlapping Action
 
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Another important principle to keep in mind while animating is Follow through and overlapping action. Follow Through It is the conclusion part of an action. When the main body of the character stops all other parts continue to catch up to the main mass of the character, such as arms, long hair, clothing, or a cape, floppy ears or a long tail. Always taking a bit more time to settle down and stop Remember nothing stops all at once. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Assam Silk - collecting yarn from the cocoon
 
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The process begins with boiling the mulberry cocoons left by the silk worms. Water is boiled in a vessel after which the raw cocoons are dipped into them. The cocoons are constantly stirred so as to soak them inside the water to a considerable extent. To this, a spoonful of soda is added to soften the hard cocoons and at the same time separate the thread from the cocoon. This soda softens the natural gum, serecin, which holds the filaments together. Once the cocoons are soft and supple, they are taken out, mashed and spread out in order to derive the fibers. They are then stuck on walls so that the sun dries them off. Threads from cocoons were taken out manually spinning thread around a small stick with the use of fingers. This process required lot of skill and time. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/silk-weaving-tradition-sualkuchi-assam Write to us at [email protected]
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Metal Embossing - Varanasi
 
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Embossing refers to the creation of an impression of some kind of design, decoration, lettering, or pattern on another surface like paper, cloth, metal, and even leather, to make a relief. In the broadest sense, it means to change a surface from each raised area on one surface of the thin material is matched by a recessed area on the opposite side, and vice versa at to shaped, so that some areas are raised relative to other areas. Embossing is done for purely decorative reasons. Kashipura located in Varanasi is one among famous place for sheet metal embossing art. Craftsman usually prefers copper and brass sheets in embossing work. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/metal-embossing-varanasi Write to us at [email protected]
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Dhokra Shilp - Making Process
 
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Dhokra shilp is widely practiced by the Ghadwa community of Bastar. It is one of the most distinguished craft of Chattisgarh. It is also famous for its traditional lost wax technique which has been carried forward since thousands of years of its origin. Artifacts similar to the present craft form have been discovered at the sights of Mohenjedaro and Harappa. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/dhokra-shilp/introduction Write to us at [email protected]
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Rogan Painting - Nirona, Gujarat
 
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Rogan painting is an art of painting on a piece of cloth, which is practiced in nirona of Kutch. Over the years Nirona village earned name as craft village due to their uniqueness in culture difference, craft and way of life. Katri rizwan sidhvik is a Rogan artist from Nirona in Kutch, is a well-known Rogan artist. He says that Rogan painting is an ancient art with having 400 years of history. In early days these arts were practiced in the village and sold in village only. Rogan arts were mostly made on the skirts, which is the traditional attire of the women of this place. This art is most famous for its unique painting technique. The artwork made by this artist was purchased by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to gift a rare art of India to Britain high commission James Bevan. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/rogan-painting-nirona-gujarat Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Timing
 
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”Timing” refers to the number of frames or drawings in a particular action. So it also determines the speed of the action. When you increase the number of drawings between two extreme drawings, the action will be slow and run for a longer time; and when the number of drawings in between the extremes is fewer, the action will be faster and would take less time. This way, timing plays a very crucial role in establishing a character’s nature, personality, mood and emotion. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Arcs
 
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The movements and actions that we see in nature and living beings in our day to day lives are very rarely mechanical in and out or up and down motions. Generally, most living creatures follow an implied curved path, also known as an “arc”. Meaning to say that all the actions that we generally see in our day to day lives follow arcs. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Silver Sheet Embossing
 
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Creating an impression of some design or patterns on surface like paper, cloth, metal and even on leather is called Embossing. Silver is one of the oldest metals used by man, the brilliant white shining metal comes second to gold in preciousness. Silver ornaments, silverware, religious and decorative figures and utility objects are few products of silver. Various techniques, including round carving, etching, encrustation, filigree and repousse were used in the creation of silver objects. The plain surfaces of these items were carved, sometimes accompanied by surface ornamentation, such as enameling, Bidri and swamy (local name) work, to add value to the object, depending on the tastes of the clients. Belgaum is one of the business headquarters’ in north-Karnataka, with many ancient crafts since centuries. Silver sheet embossing is one such craft promoted during 15th century. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/silver-sheet-embossing Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Slow In Slow Out
 
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This Animation principle refers to how all movements begin slowly, built momentum and then finish slowly. Basically easing in and easing out of the action. You can achieve believable life like movements using the principle of slow in slow out. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Anticipation
 
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Traditional animation and Computer generated animation they both have their own charm. Though the technicalities are a bit different; their core fundamental principles remains the same. Anticipation is the initial part of an action while animating, it essentially communicates what is going to happen. The audience sees what is going to happen and so they anticipate with us. Thus, anticipation can be called as the preparation for an action. Sources and references : Disney's Illusion of life , Animator's Survival kit , Aaron Blaise ,Alan Becker, Drawn to life 1&2 -Walt stanchfield. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Contemporary Cement Sculpting Camp - Kambala Sculpture
 
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http://www.dsource.in/resource/contemporary-cement-sculpting-campKambala is buffaloes and ploughing, the traditional and conventional technique that the farmers used to run the paddy field is depicted with the two buffaloes held by a man. Kambala Sculpture was made in the contemporary cement sculpting camp organized at Agumbe by the Karnataka Shilpakala Academy. It becomes a great program for all the artists from respective sculpture background to meet and exchange the knowledge on sculpting techniques on various topics and enhance. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/contemporary-cement-sculpting-camp Write to us at [email protected]
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Coir Bird Nest - Alleppey
 
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The Coir bird nest is one of the noted products that is manufactured at Alleppey. Kerala on the first hand is famous for coconuts and the fiber that is got from coconuts are processed to convert them to natural and eco-friendly, which they are already to products such as door mats, mattresses, brushes and more. It is a land that is called as God’s own country for the lushness and the beauty of the place itself, it also literally means the land of coconut trees. (Nalikeram-coconut and nilam-land). For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/coir-bird-nest-alleppey-kerala Write to us at [email protected]
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Ajrakh Printing
 
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Ajrakh is a traditional vegetable dyeing and resist block-printing technique on cloth. It is estimated to be around 4,500 years old. Sindh region (now in Pakistan) is said to be the birthplace of Ajrakh. The Ajrakh artisans in India are originally from Sindh and they migrated to Kutch in Gujarat and Barmer in Rajasthan. Ajrakh is the traditional attire of the Maldhari pastoral community of Bhuj. The men wear it as a lungi (wrapped lower garment), as a turban, or put it on their shoulders. Artifacts related to Ajrakh have been found in the excavated remains from the Indus valley civilizations- Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. Cloth artifacts with similar dyeing techniques have also been found in the Al-Fostat excavations in the Nile delta near Cairo, Egypt. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/ajrakh-printing Write to us at [email protected]om
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Layout Design for Animation - Part 1
 
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Layout design for animation is the process of conceptualizing environments based on the story of the animated film, and adapting it to the stylistic choices of the film. The primary role of the layout artist is to design the stage on which the animation of the character or special effects takes place. The layout design comes in as early as the storyboard drawings are done. Layout artists then develop them into detailed backdrops, which are further used by the animators and the background painters to work upon. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/layout-design-animation-part-i Write to us at [email protected]
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Principles of Animation - Secondary Action
 
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A secondary action is any action that results from the primary action. Adding this principle to the main action gives the scene more life by supporting and enhancing the main action. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/principles-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Bone Carving Lucknow
 
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Bone carving is an art of carving the animal bones or horns and creating intricate pieces of art work. Lucknow since the times of Nawabs has been an important center for ivory or bone carving. Skilled craftsmen used to make decorative and functional products for the Nawabs of Awadh. Lucknow, in Uttar Pradesh emerged as a main centre of ivory carving due to the patronization of the craft by the Nawabs. After the ban on ivory, artisans have been carving on camel and buffalo bone with great skill. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/bone-carving-lucknow Write to us at [email protected]
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Hand Embroidery Ahmedabad
 
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Hand embroidery is one of the well-known Handicraft of Gujarat. Hand embroidery is basically embellishing on the cloth with colorful threads and beautiful beads. It is an art which is made with help of needle and thread creating beautiful patterns of design on the fabric. The embroidery designs are delicate and influenced by Moghul designs. The designs and motifs are immensely illustrated by using subtle shades of colors. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/hand-embroidery-ahmedabad Write to us at [email protected]
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Glass Beads Making - Varanasi
 
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Glass beads are seen in ornaments creations like bracelets, wreaths, crowns, decorative textiles – sarees, dupatta, kurta and more. Glass beads are used in various ways to decorate bags, clutches, and handicraft items, wood and mostly in clothing. Glass beads from ages have been playing its important role, there has always been demand for beads and especially for glass beads, and they have been an ornamental symbol and will last for more thousands of years in belief. There are more than three thousand shapes, and hundred colors and more than two thousand varieties of beads Banaras Beads Limited carry which forms the product range. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/glass-beads-varanasi Write to us at [email protected]
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Sand Art - Set up and Process
 
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Sand Art requires following things for set up: Refined beach sand. Colour sand is mainly used while animating. A box, either it be a cardboard box, a wooden box or made of fibre which is opened from one side and able to hold the weight of Glass over it . A plane transparent glass can be taken and butter papers can be stuck to one side to diffuse the light coming from inside the box or a white (semi-transparent) Acrylic sheet can be used. Tube light, Led Lights or any bright light source can be used. One just need to make sure that it doesn’t get heat up. Projector-screen and an overhead camera. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/sand-art-and-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Layout Design for Animation - Part 2
 
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Layout design for animation is the process of conceptualizing environments based on the story of the animated film, and adapting it to the stylistic choices of the film. The primary role of the layout artist is to design the stage on which the animation of the character or special effects takes place. The layout design comes in as early as the storyboard drawings are done. Layout artists then develop them into detailed backdrops, which are further used by the animators and the background painters to work upon. In this part of the course, we will deal with one of the most important parts of layout design, staging. We will also delve into the principles which are foundational to staging, that is principles of perspective and the principles of compositional design. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/layout-design-animation-part-ii Write to us at [email protected]
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Traditional Ghatam Making - Madurai, Tamil Nadu
 
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Design Resource Traditional Ghatam Making - Madurai, Tamil Nadu Pani Mataqa Making by Prof. Bibhudutta Baraland Rakshitha NID, Bengaluru
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Traditional Wooden Idols - Puri, Orissa
 
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The most worshiped deity in Odisha is Lord Jagannath and the temple is an important pilgrimage destination for many worshipers of Lord Krishna and Lord Vishnu. It is most visited by Hindus. The icons of Hindu deities are usually made of stone or metal but the idol of Lord Jagannath is made of wood. The Traditional wooden idols are made with appropriate measurements and sold as presents, mementos and idols to worship. There are particular measurements to make an idol and only an experienced carver would be successful to maintain the size of idols with the replicas made. The idols are made in bigger sizes as well. The idols are made of neem wood and not of stone or metal. Three idols- Lord Jagannatha, Subhadra and Balabhadra are worshiped. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/traditional-wooden-idols-puri-orissa Write to us at [email protected]
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Wire Art of Mumbai
 
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Wandering on to the streets of South Mumbai one could easily spot the colorful models made out of single wire on display. This strange yet beautiful looking artwork varies from colorful bicycles, motorbikes, and rickshaws to animal figures and faces of gods. The urban art of wire is born out of need of its people to find opportunity in anything and everything in the maximum city. Harish Kumar Bhanushali is one such artist, who is famous for his street art, the models he makes out of single metal wire. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/wire-art-mumbai Write to us at [email protected]
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Paintings of Thanjavur - Coloring Process Part 2
 
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Thanjavur paintings are rooted in tradition and known for their surface richness, vivid colors, compact composition and the glittering gold foils which are used to give the paintings their rich look. Olden day’s natural colors were used for the painting. Present day colors used for painting are poster colors which is available in local market. Artisan uses both squirrel tail brush and general brush available in market. The background is filled with royal colors like red, blue, green. White color is applied as a base color for the main character in the painting and yellow color for the side characters. Designs are also painted on the gold leaf to make the painting look elegant. Thanjavur painting’s specialty is the figures drawn are generally rounded and epic style, which makes it unique in itself compared to other paintings of south India. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/paintings-thanjavur Write to us at [email protected]l.com
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Kites: Making of Fancy Kite
 
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The Indian kites have come a long way, from the time they were introduced into this country. The shape of the Indian fighter kite has not changed since, shaped like a rhombus or the diamond shape. Only different types of materials, sizes and decorations on the kites had lead to different varieties in kites. But now apart from the kites made specifically for the purpose of flying, kites are also being used for many other promotional purposes. These new forms are special kites, which have a lesser following, but nonetheless their presence is becoming noticeable. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/kites Write to us at [email protected]
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Paintings of Thanjavur - Gold Foil
 
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Thanjavur is an important center of South Indian religion, art and architecture. Thanjavur paintings are rooted in tradition and known for their surface richness, vivid colors, compact composition and the glittering gold foils which are used to give the paintings their rich look. The paintings are notable for their adornment in the form of semi-precious stones, pearls, glass pieces and gold. The rich vibrant colors, dashes of gold, semi-precious stones and fine artistic work are characteristics of these paintings. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/paintings-thanjavur Write to us at [email protected]
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Character Design for Animation - Model Sheet
 
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Characters are the most important part of a story. They are the key elements in a film and the audience identifies themselves with them. Hence we need to keep in mind a few important things before designing a character. The most important thing about "Characters" is knowing the WHO’s and WHAT’s of your character. All the information about your character will be derived out of your story. The Character Designing process involves Attributes and Proportions, Expressions, Model Sheet, Poses and Gestures and Colors. A ‘Model Sheet’ is a reference sheet of a character in which we draw a front profile, side profile, 3/4th view and a back view of the character. This chart helps us know the proportions, gestures, appearances and the way our character looks from various angles. It’s a character designer’s job to make a ‘cleaned up’ model sheet before it is given to the animator. This character chart will help the animator draw his character several times keeping the size, form and the volume of the character consistent throughout the film. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/character-design-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Limited Animation Process
 
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Limited animation is a technique or process in animation where reusing of animated frames, mirroring of images (characters) and drawing new frames only when necessary are done to limit down the work, save time and ultimately reduce the budget. This video explains the different types of processes of Limited Animation. For more information on resources visit http://www.dsource.in/course/limited-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Contemporary Cement Sculpting Camp - Women Grinding Rice
 
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Tribal Women, Grinding rice: A composition of women grinding grains together, earlier people carried all the household activities by hand and even today some in the rural areas follow the same method. Her Sculpture was made in the contemporary cement sculpting camp organized at Agumbe by the Karnataka Shilpakala Academy. It becomes a great program for all the artists from respective sculpture background to meet and exchange the knowledge on sculpting techniques on various topics and enhance. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/contemporary-cement-sculpting-camp Write to us at [email protected]
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Sandalwood Carving - Sagara
 
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Sagara is located in Shimoga district of Karnataka. Sandalwood is expensive wood when compared to other varieties of wood and symbol of heritage. The craft is traditionally practiced in and around villages of Shimoga. Many of the masterpieces are made for royal families of Mysore palace and for Government organizations. The final products include photo frames, boxes, Jewelry box, art figures, key chains, door carvings, idols of gods and goddesses, paper weight, Candle stands, paper knives, name plate, Panels depicting episodes of nature and mythological epics and idols of elephants. Among all products, the typical Sandalwood garland is the unique products made using thin layers of sandalwood. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/sandalwood-carving-sagara Write to us at [email protected]
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Coconut Shell Craft - Alleppey
 
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Coconut Crafts in India refers to the creation of utility and decorative items with coconut shells, which is practiced in various parts of the country. Coconut crafts in India are mostly manufactured in South Indian states which feature the majority of coconut plants. Indian states like Kerala, Tamil Nadu and other coastal states have abundance of skilled artisans for making coconut crafts. A coconut tree is a tree that is widely grown all over in Kerala. Various designs are engraved in the shell using a file. Many articles are made using coconut shells such as Basic jewelry such as earrings, pendants, necklaces, Key rings, bowls, ice cream cups, spoons with a coconut wood handle, penholders, Incense holder Etc. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/coconut-shell-craft-alleppey-kerala Write to us at [email protected]
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Traditional Cutout Animation - Part 2
 
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Cut out animation is type of stop-motion animation which is produced by moving 2-dimensional pieces of materials (paper or cloth) on a flat surface or in a digital environment. It is one of the oldest and simplified animation techniques. Cut-out Manual Method is one of the types of cut-out animation which includes cut-outs of drawings into different pieces arranged over flat surface, moved manually and repositioned to simulate animation. It is a popular technique because it saves production time and leads to smaller file sizes when compared to full cel animation. These days cut-out is mostly used for commercial market on internet and television. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/course/cut-out-animation Write to us at [email protected]
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Traditional Cement Sculpting - Madurai, Tamilnadu
 
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Design Resource Traditional Cement Sculpting - Madurai, Tamilnadu Beautifully Sculpted Idols by Prof. Bibhudutta Baraland Guna D. NID, Bengaluru
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Frosted glass Decor vellore, Tamil Nadu
 
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Vellore not only renowned for its history but also popular for the handicrafts that enabled to withstand the challenges successfully through ages and some of the artistries are still flourishing. The glass slabs that are decorated by spray painting is sold as per the sq/ft. Designs for these glass painting is either chosen from the catalogue or as per the demand of the customer is made. Sometimes the glass is decorated by creating designer frosted glass effect using stencil and sold. These decorated glasses are used in making doors, windows, cupboards, mirrors, shelves and for making any of the room of the house, office, schools, place of worship and other commercial buildings, to make them look attractive. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/glass-decor-vellore Write to us at [email protected]
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Bottle Painting with Warli Art - Orissa
 
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Warli is the name of the largest tribe found on the northern outskirts Orissa, in eastern India. The word “Warli” comes from “warla” which means a piece of land or a field despite being in such close proximity of the largest metropolis in India, Warli tribesmen are still not urban. Bottle Paintings are characterized by the simple style employed to say the profoundest things. The monochromatic tribal paintings express various folk imaginations, beliefs and customs. The whims and moods of tribal life make for interesting themes, which is why Warli Paintings are much more than designs on walls, they are authentic depictions of a way of life. However, the philosophy of a way of life, especially those of tribal societies, is best depicted through colorful images. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/bottle-painting-warli-art-orissa Write to us at [email protected]
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Athangudi Tiles - Tamilnadu
 
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Athangudi tiles are one of the well-known handicrafts in Karaikudi region located in Tamil Nadu. The craft has been practiced for the last 500 years. Athangudi tiles are handmade tiles which are used to decorate the interiors (floors, walls etc.) of houses. The craft is popularly known as ‘Pokal’ (local language) in Tamil Nadu. This living art is practiced from Vishwakarma Community. The tile making is one of the traditional art of Karaikudi. The tiles made are very distinctive and have glossy finishing. Tiles have traditional as well modern motifs. These handmade tiles are very beautiful and unique in their style and are painted using vivid colors. Athangudi tiles are in demand not only in domestic market but also in international market. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/athangudi-tiles-karaikudi Write to us at [email protected]
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Lippan Kaam - Kutch
 
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'Lippan Kaam - Kutch' is a Design Resource from IDC, IIT Bombay. The above video shows the process of Mud and Mirror work. Mud and mirror work also known as Lippan-kaam is a traditional mural craft of Kutch. It is also called as Chittar kaam. Its origins are not known even though various communities in Kutch do Mud-Relief-Work and have their own distinct style. The artists do not use any kind of sketch or markings for reference. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/lippan-kaam-kutch Write to us at [email protected]
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Patola Saree Weaving - Ahmedabad
 
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Patola weaving is one of the difficult forms of weaving in the world which follows the double ikat (tie and dye) style for the warp and weft yarns dyed according to the pre-design patterns before dying. As Patan of Gujarat in India is one of the places where few of the weavers still practice this craft. Patola or the double ikat saree are usually renowned for their geometrical and colorful ranges with motifs of flowers, jewels, flora fauna, parrots, elephants, dancing figures with plain, dark and colored borders on pallu and body of the saree. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/patola-saree-weaving-patan Write to us at [email protected]
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Saraswathi Veena making Stage 1 - Part 1
 
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Veena is a string instruments which is practiced from several years. Veena is one of the most popular classical instruments of South India, which is basically made in Thanjavur. Skilled and expertise artisans are involved in making of Veena. The making process begins with carving a single log of wood into veena’s base. Jackfruit wood is used to make the veena. The making process is very much precise and it takes at least 3 to 4 days to complete one complete veena. Jackfruit wood is used for making Veena. Artisan first carves the basic shape of the veena out of the single wood. After acquiring the basic shape exact shape of veena is marked on the wood using stencil and measurements. The wood is carved in the circular part and then wood is scooped out from the large base part in order to create hollowness, which is known as the resonator (Tumba). For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/saraswathi-veena-making Write to us at [email protected]
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Tuma craft of Bastar
 
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'Tuma craft of Bastar' is a Design Resource from IDC, IIT Bombay. Tuma craft, which uses dry gourds, is considered as one of the unique crafts of Chattisgarh. Dried gourd is etched with hot knifes with beautiful patterns and made into various products ranging from wall hangings to pendants. The above video shows making of the Ganesh Shaped Tuma wall-hangings which are one of the main attractions of the region. For more information visit http://dsource.in/resource/tuma-craft-bastar Write to us at [email protected]
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Contemporary Cement Sculpting Camp - Lord Shiva
 
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Lord Shiva - ‘the auspicious’ is one of the major deities of Hindus. At the highest level, Shiva is considered as limitless, supreme, ageless and indistinct. The sculpture work portrays the firm, formless supreme God in a form that everyone worships. Lord Shiva Sculpture was made in the contemporary cement sculpting camp organized at Agumbe by the Karnataka Shilpakala Academy. It becomes a great program for all the artists from respective sculpture background to meet and exchange the knowledge on sculpting techniques on various topics and enhance. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/contemporary-cement-sculpting-camp Write to us at [email protected]
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Sherwani Shoe Making - Varanasi
 
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The hub of making sherwani shoes originated for the first time in Rajasthan and in future days these shoes gained popularity in Punjab. Sherwani juttis are handmade shoes done by experienced skilled artisans located in remote corners of the country. But in modern days these type of juttis are found and sold in local areas of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Varanasi. Sherwani shoes are usually identified by their uniqueness of being pointed toe, flat and straight sole that does not show the variation between left and right foot. The designs are very intrinsic and delicate with the precious gems, pearls and precious stone works. They are the perfect outfit that provides an essential ethnic appeal for religious occasions, parties, festivals and weddings. For more information visit http://www.dsource.in/resource/sherwani-shoes-varanasi Write to us at [email protected]
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