The animation & VFX industry is expected to grow at 18.5% to reach Rs. 55.9 billion by 2015. VFX & post-production services, meanwhile, are expected to grow at 24% and 19% respectively. Due to the tremendous growth of this industry, it is creating great career opportunities for trained & talented people. Get the right training at MAAC and prepare for a creative career in animation, VFX, graphic & web designing, gaming and media & entertainment industry.
Career in Animation
Blockbuster movies like Kung Fu Panda, Ice Age, How to Train Your Dragon & Brave are perfect examples of the magic of animation. The animation industry has immense career scope for those who want to bring their creativity to life and tell interesting stories.
The Indian animation industry has a huge demand for trained & skilled animators. With world’s best animation studios like Disney, Sony Pictures & Turner Entertainment outsourcing animation content to India, animation industry is set to witness a boom in the coming years.
The animation industry provides various job opportunities, based on your interests and your creative inclination.
Career in VFX
Are you awestruck every time you watch Avatar, The Lord of the Rings, Skyfall, Life of Pi or Madagascar 3? Does your jaw drop at the sight apes behaving like humans in the Rise of the Planet of the Apes or when Tobey Maguire is overpowered by the new black suit in Spiderman 3? The credit for the success of these movies goes to talented visual effects artists from India, who ensured that the VFX of these movies looked realistic and believable to the audience.
Today many Indian VFX and animation studios are working for some of the top Hollywood movies, with Bollywood and the rest of the Indian film industry catching up fast. In recent times, South Indian movies like Makkhi (Eega) and the recent Rajinikanth starrer, Kochadaiiyaan have set new standards for the Indian VFX industry. These rapid developments in the visual effects industry are, in turn, creating huge demand for trained visual effects artists.
Along with the film industry, the gaming industry is one of the most common avenues for VFX artists.