Arena Animation- Noida Campus organizes Digital Painting Workshop!

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Arena Animation

Dateline: 12th December 2018

With the world going all digital, Arena Animation- Noida Campus, a renowned animation institute organized a 4-hour long workshop on the theme,‘Digital Painting, Live Caricature and Color Theory’ for animation students in Noida Sec. 18 and Noida Sec. 62 campus. The workshop aimed at giving students an aesthetic sense of digital painting and its growing importance in the design industry. The institute also invited Mr Shital Verma, National Design Editor, Navbharat Times for delivering a guest lecture on the aforementioned theme where he focused on how a balance between continuous tech advancements and elementary design aesthetics can work wonders for the entire industry.

More than 100 students took part in the workshop, where they learned about digital painting, the importance of sketching and how digital art is changing the way design industry works. While working around their theme, organizers made sure that the participants not just learn the tactics of going digital with their art but also learn to maintain an adequate balance between their design and creative aesthetics and digital techniques. Students also got the opportunity to clarify their queries and learn about the variety of career choices available in digital painting from the noted design editor, Mr Shital Verma.

While throwing light on digital painting, Mr Shital Verma, National design Editor, Navbharat Times said, “The world is going digital and so are we. Many institutes in India offer digital painting courses; however more such courses are required to spread awareness about the emerging profession and help students nurture their digital art skills. Continuous tech advancements have given rise to an increasing number of digital creative tools and institutes should utilize this opportunity and train the fresh talents. Workshops like this will play an important rolein developing skills and help students become experts in this field.”