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  1. The Indian Animation Masters Summit turned to be a huge crowd puller

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    The Indian Animation Masters Summit turned to be a huge crowd puller, with huge numbers of people thronging the venue to listen to the masters of the Indian animation industry.

    The concluding day kicked off with the talk by Chetan Sharma, film maker, animator and writer, who is a self-trained Animator. He spoke on how to turn the obstacles that appears in one’s way to success
  2. Google doodle celebrates Sarojini Naidu's 135th birthday


    Google today celebrates 135th birth anniversary of Sarojini Naidu with a doodle dedicated to her. The doodle on the search giant's home page has a portrait of Sarojini Naidu in the place of the second 'O' in the company's logo. There's also a pen in place of the letter 'L' in logo, which seemingly depicts Naidu's writing capabilities.

    Known as The Nightingale of India, Naidu was the first Indian woman to become the president of the Indian ...
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  3. The Animated Life of George Dunning

    Hi Friends

    I was browsing through literature on animation and wanted to know few historical facts on animation as I love this subject, I tend to increase my knowledge by reading good content and telling about this to my peers too.

    Today i was browsing through Wikipedia regarding some details about animation techniques and i found details about George Garnett Dunning a Canadian-born film maker and animator. He is best known for animating and directing the 1968 Beatles
  4. Concept Art of Marvel's Avengers Film

    superhero team "The Avengers:"

    • Captain America (Chris Evans)
    • Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)
    • Thor (Chris Hemsworth)
    • Hulk (Mark Ruffalo)
    • Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson)
    • Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner)

    Concept Art
  5. Key moments in animation history

    Key moments in animation history

    1914 - Gertie, The Trained Dinosaur is produced, a drawn animation piece which was composed of an impressive 10,000 drawings.

    1923 - Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio is founded by Roy and Walt Disney.

    1928 - Steam Boat Willy is released by Disney, famous as the introduction of the character who'd become Mickey Mouse, it was also the first "talkie" cartoon (a year after The Jazz Singer).

    1933 - Willis O'Brien's
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