Anubhav Mishra created animated title sequence for Jhumroo
Posted on June 14, 2012 at 01:23pm IST
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After effects and Maxon Cinema 4d software were used for Jhumroo.
Anubhav Misra a Motion Graphics Designer based in New Delhi has recently created animated title sequence for Jhumroo.
Kingdom of Dreams was launching a new Musical comedy "JHUMROO", and wanted a title sequence and an opening sequence which could be a part of the whole show and set the stage for the action packed retro musical comedy. Anubhav has designed the Logo animation, Title Sequence and Opening Grphical Sequence for "JHUMROO".
It has a retro, dance, musical and playful theme. The Title sequence is designed keeping the 70's graphical styles in mind. The Opening sequence has the silhouette of the lead performer of the show 'Bhola' dancing on the beats of the famous song of the 80's
"Om Shanti Om" with vibrant animated retro patterns in the background.
Speaking about the most challenging part of this project Anubhav said "Arriving at the most convincing visual style of the animation so as to match the vibrancy, the musical and playful comical feel of the whole show and amalgamating retro style design patterns and using it to set the mood for start of the show that is an out an out musical comedy packed with 19 bollywood retro songs was the real challenge We had to go back and forth with the director of the show a few times until we arrived at the desired look that worked for them"
Anubhav previously worked for various projects for brands like 7Up, Absolut, Airtel, Fashion and you.com, Fortune hotels, Honda, Incredible India, Indian Express, Nestle, Philips, Samsung, Uninor & Vanish said "Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After effects, Maxon Cinema 4d software were used for Jhumroo.
Anubhav said "I have tried to learn and execute every part of my knowledge in After Effects and other programs like Cinema 4D in my Motion Graphics Design works, and tried to surpass its limitations using creative techniques, 3rd party plug-ins & scripting and literally found it boundless. Also I keep researching about various new plug-ins and their utility in my work.I'm a part of Uncommonsense Films since two years now. My experience at this place has been overwhelming.I've learnt a great deal in my time here. And I wish to continue doing so.