Africa is known for many things; its natural resources, human resources, beautiful weather and many others. One of these many Africa is known for is its wax prints. As you may already know we are people who love color and design and our wax prints are not left out. Wax prints come in many vibrant… Continue reading Wax Prints – An Integral Part of African Society
As you might know, there are different types of animation, and today I’m going to focus on the types of animation you can do in 2D. Frame-By-Frame, Rotoscoping, Cut Out Animation, And Rigged Characters with Inverse Kinematics. 1. Frame-by-Frame This is also known as Classical Animation, Traditional Animation or Flip Animation. What you do here… Continue reading Pros and Cons of The 4 Types of 2D Animation
Considering how popular cinema breweries have gotten over the last decade or so, you’ve probably been keenly aware of the changes the movie watching experience has undergone. This isn’t the same old theater you remember, and it’s nice to know that the industry not only took the criticism, but they decided to make it the… Continue reading The Best Types Of Movies To See At A Cinema Brewery
Even though it may seem like there are more and more CG animation movies every year, there seems to be a dwindling number of 2d animated movies, adverts or short films out there. Even the Disney Studio, where it all started, has said they won’t be producing drawn animation for the foreseeable future. Thankfully it… Continue reading From Pencils To Pixels – A Quick Guide Choosing A 2D Animation Program
Many civilisations from time immemorial have the habit of worshipping icons, murals, carvings, animals and sometimes human beings also as incarnations of God. Especially in India, worshipping saints as Swamijis (God incarnate) is very much in vogue. At the same time there are iconoclasts who never believe in such form of worship. Also there are… Continue reading Fiction From India: The Holy Man Brought Rainfall to the Famine Struck Village – What Happened Next?
Are you experimenting and looking for another art outlet? Have you considered sculpting? Sculpture has been with us for as long as man has been in existence. Archeologists have located many wooden, clay, and stone objects used by early human inhabitants of earth. There are collections of both art and craft articles which were made… Continue reading Sculpture Anyone?
A love story doomed by the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. The movie started in 1996, wherein treasure hunter Brock Lovett and his group aboard the research vessel Akademik Mstislav Keldysh seek the wreckage of the RMS titanic for a necklace with unusual called The heart Of the sea. They retrieve a safe containing a… Continue reading Titanic: The Ship of Dreams and Nightmares
“Near, far wherever you are” it is a song sang by Celine Dion that many people cried and reminiscence the death of Jack and many passengers of Titanic. This line vividly depicts how far or wherever is Jack is and the people who died on the Titanic they will still be remembered. Titanic is a… Continue reading The Lost Heart of the Ocean: Marxist Criticism
Artists often want to know if there is an exact formula they can follow to guarantee success in the music industry. Does a formula like this exist? What can artists to do to help ensure a successful outcome? Is it possible to follow an exact business plan to become a successful artist or is the… Continue reading The Music Industry’s Formula for Success – Does It Exist?
Some of the hardest films to watch have to do with either domestic, or foreign, politics. It isn’t that they subject matter isn’t important or that we, as citizens of a major global player shouldn’t be paying attention. It’s just that movies that deal with politics can wear you down in so many ways including,… Continue reading 7 Classic Films To Watch If You Love Politics