And, the same notion best describes the achievements Incessant Rain Studios, INC has reaped in a relatively shorter period," elatedly says Kiran Joshi, CEO, Incessant Rain Studios, INC.
Joshi, former Disney project supervisor, who runs Pink Slip Productions (a company based in California and is also an executive of KuKri Ventures Inc., an US-based investment company) collaborated with Sanjib Raj Bhandari, CEO of Mercantile Communications Ltd and Suyog Tuladhar, CEO of Transcube International Pvt.
"As we pay scrupulous attention to every minute detail of both creative and technological aspects, we have been executing a computer-generated imagery of the highest order," boasts Joshi
, who is also a 17 year veteran at Walt Disney
According to him, 3D stereoscopic work is yet another forte of Incessant Rain
Apart from producing several original contents for feature films, shorts and TV series, the company has even successfully catered to some high-profile international clients like Disney.
According to Joshi
, the passion with which his
team is harmonizing artistic sense with technological ability in its task has enabled Incessant Rain
to align itself with changing dynamics of the global animation industry.
"We are now well position to compete aggressively in the international arena.
The enthusiastic response which we are getting from some our international clients has further stimulated us to move ahead to set new benchmarks in Nepali animation sector," says Joshi
But now it is also devising strategies to cash in on various aspects of Nepali society through animation, divulges Joshi
In this way, we can market these artistically animated values globally which can ultimately support the country's economy," remarks Joshi
"In India, the annual turnover of animation industry stands at US $ 1 billion.
The Indian government is encouraging its software industry and marketing its animation industry," relates Joshi adding," However, in Nepali context, the concerned authorities appear virtually unaware about the significance of Nepali animation sector to boost up the economic sector."
also believes that TV animation, film animation, digital post-production, advertising, gaming and visual effects also offer job opportunities to those youths who can blend their artistic ability with technological advancement.
The prevailing global trends suggest that those countries which can produce great quality at a low cost are receiving substantial volume of animation related projects.
"As such, if the government ensures sound ICT (Information and Communication Technology) infrastructure, Nepali animation sector can also grow exponentially which will, undoubtedly, augur well to the country's economy," concludes Joshi
nepalnews.com nd Apr 01 09