Manorama Horizon, the education portal of Malayala Manorama, in association with Toonz Academy, will be conducting a free webinar for young animators who wish to build a career in computer animation. The webinar has been designed to give a clear idea about the various platforms of 3D animation and visual effects. The webinar would also discuss about how to use your creative talents in shaping your career.
Imagination, observation skills and a quirky sense of humour are some of qualities that are required to shine in this field. For people with such a personality a career in computer animation is apt as it gives happiness and satisfaction while bringing in hefty pay package too.
Manju Warrier starrer ‘Jo and the Boy’ that was released in 2015 showed the Malayali film audience how a young woman achieved success by utilizing her creative talents and the scope of animation technology. The lead character Jo, played by Manju Warrier, dreamed to become an animator since childhood. When she grew up, she creates an animated character by observing the characteristic features of a young boy in her neighborhood. Even though Jo fails a couple of times in the beginning, she succeeds in creating the character. The movie narrates how Jo and the boy enjoy fame and success when her animation becomes a huge hit.
If you have confidence in your creative faculties, just like Jo, then you too can make a successful career in the field of computer animation.
Students are signing up, in huge numbers, for computer-related courses as technology has amazingly developed. The computer animation field has had a leap since the revolution in digital technology.
Manorama Horizon offers an incredible opportunity for those who wish to make a name for themselves in the field of computer animation.
The webinar would be hosted by Vinod AS who is the Vice President (Academics) of Toonz Academy and a jury member of IndiaSkills 2022. Aspirants could register for attending the free webinar that would be held at 7 pm on 25 August.
You could also register using a link that will be sent via an SMS when you call to 8086078808.