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Old folks
diploma project
Set in an industrial world, two individuals, Beany and Ashwin, are in search of their paradise; having only each other as remnants of familiarity. The story takes place at a road crossing, in a heavily occupied city. The two are great friends and have spent their days laughing with and at each other. The target was general audiences, especially people from older sections of society, as well as young children.

The process involved sketching from the diary. Pi.Doodles were ongoing ideating during the story process. Visualisation of spaces were taken from references of road layouts in New Delhi, as well as references of style by illustrator Mattias Adolfson. The animatic process was the most important part of the project. The decision to lock down the animatic prior to other requirements was done in order to plan the shot breakdown. The system of key framing was used with in-betweens for animation.

class room project

Aakanksha MittraGDPD

Aashay MeshramGDPD

Abhishek SinghGDPD


Arushi KathuriaGDPD

Bhumika GarbyalPGDPD

Chitradeep BenerjeePGDPD

Hanoch JohnPGDPD

Ishika SrivastavaGDPD

Kapil GopinathanPGDPD

Kirat BrahmaGDPD

Kshitij VermaPGDPD

Manimaran RPGDPD

Mihir LeleGDPD

Nausheen JavedPGDPD

Neer MistryGDPD

Nikhil ChalakhPGDPD

Ninaad KulkarniGDPD

Prashant SartapePGDPD

Pushpendra BharambePGDPD

Rabindra KumarGDPD

Rahul LaishramPGDPD

Sephin AlexanderPGDPD

Shirin KharaPGDPD

Upamanyu BhattacharyyaGDPD

Venkatram VGDPD

Vikrant BarmateGDPD

Vivek RamGDPD

Vivek SinghPGDPD

Wangdan WangpanGDPD