Friday, June 29, 2018

Animation Students of ‘Creative Multimedia – Hyderabad’ showcase their drawing skills with an impressive art show

Creative Multimedia Group - India's driving Digital Media career catalyst, acclaimed for its activity situated Animation, VFX, Web and Graphic Design preparing, led the 2018 edition of its immensely held the art show at Hyderabad from 31 May to 2 June . The art show indicate is an intentional activity went for giving a stage to Animation and Applied Art understudies to sharpen and exhibit their illustration abilities while upholding a honorable motivation. 




The current year's art indicate 'Mahanati - The Retrospective' — a tribute to South India's first female super star and incredible performer 'Savitri' was propelled by the runaway accomplishment of her biopic 'Mahanati' which opened to a splendid reaction at theaters over the globe in May 2018.  Nag Ashwin, director of the film 'Mahanati' and the film's maker Priyanka Dutt were welcomed as boss visitors to the occasion. S.N. Vikas, Director Academics and Planning of JNAFAU, graced the occasion as the visitor of respect.



























































































Over 70 true-to-life portraits of ‘Mahanati Savitri’ created by first year students of Creative Multimedia College of Fine Arts (CMFCA) were on display at the gallery. CMCFA is part of the Creative Multimedia Group at Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad. The exemplary drawing skills of students were evident as they passionately explored a range of traditional and contemporary art forms. Deploying varied media to create realistic portraits of the thespian Savitri, students splashed the gallery walls with abstract art, photorealistic paintings, pen and ink sketch, chalk work, thermo cool-carved 3D relief work, collage work, bindi-work, crushed foil with glass painting overlay, paper-quilling work, and post-impressionism style drawings inspired by the most influential figure of western art ‘Vincent Van Gogh’. The portraits on display at the gallery are up for sale and the entire proceeds will benefit the needy members of the Movie Artists Association (MAA), Hyderabad.