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Making animation appears possible through NPR

Hyderabad, Jan 19 (UNI) The new trend now is to make Animation appear real and this is possible through non-photorealistic renderign (NPR), says animation Professional Suresh Kovvuri.
Today animated movies are made with the latest technology and special effects. A big sum of money is spent on the production of the movies. These movies are not just limited to children only but even mature audience.
The best example for the latest animated movies “Avatar”, “Bahubali”,which are made on a very high budget and equipped with the latest technologies and software of animation and multimedia, Mr Suresh told reporters here today.
The new trend now is to make animation appear real and this is possible through NPR which is an area of computer graphics that focuses on enabling a wide variety of expressive styles for digital art , said Suresh, who is also Managing Director of Creative Mentors, an Animation college from Telangana state.
Creative Mentors Animation and Gaming College is affiliated to The Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University (JNAFAU) in Hyderabad, bagged an International Quality Award for excellence in Animation and Gaming Education in South India
The Award was formally presented few days back to Suresh Kovvuri by Miss Universe Pageant, Indian film actress, model Sushmita Sen in a function held at Cidade De Goa in Goa.
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