Autodesk Software Breathes Life into "Little Krishna" Animated Series First Indian Production Acquired by Nickelodeon
announced that one of India's leading animation studios - BIG Animation, a
Reliance ADAG Company - used Autodesk Maya software to animate the magical
worlds of the new "Little Krishna" animated series. The company relied on
the Autodesk Smoke and Autodesk Flame systems for finishing and final
output of the 13-episode program. "Little Krishna" is a joint production
between The India Heritage Foundation and BIG Animation, and marks the
first time that Nick International (Nickelodeon) has acquired a series
produced in India.
"The best animation talent in India has grown up using Autodesk Maya,"
explained Ashish SK, CEO of BIG Animation. "Since Maya is our 3D platform
we're able to recruit the industry's top artists. Maya is our lifeline for
production. As well, product interoperability and the excellent support we
receive from Autodesk are some of the main reasons we continue to rely on
Maya, Smoke and Flame."
chronicles of a beloved prankster and his metamorphosis into India's
legendary heritage character. More than 300 characters are featured in the
series. BIG Animation relied on its Maya-centric pipeline to efficiently
build, animate and manage the signature characters and detailed scenery
that make this program unique.
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