Graphics Animation Career Scope in Pakistan

Graphics Animation Career Scope in Pakistan Opportunities Jobs Income Field Salaries complete guide with Courses Admissions working procedure complete guide. Graphic animation is a variation of stop motion consisting of the animation of photographs and other non-drawn flat visual graphic material, such as newspaper and magazine clippings.

Animation and Graphics career in Pakistan is highly appreciated as per new upcoming projects. Every one knows Mickey mouse, Donald Duck, Tom and Jerry and Stuart little – some animated characters that always delight and entertain us. Do you know how these characters were born and how it is possible to create wonders with the art of drawing. And the answer is ‘animation’- one of the fastest growing and most in-demand industries in the world.

Multi media and Animation are among the major hunted jobs of the 21st century. Multimedia alias multiple media as the name suggests is an enormous field that uses more than one medium of communication. It is an art that merges text, images, graphics, animation, audio and video to create virtual magic. Animation is only a component of multimedia.

The art of animation started with the cavemen who used to draw pictures on the rock surfaces. Though animation was formally demonstrated in 1828 by a Frenchman, Paul Roget, the first animated film ‘Humorous phases of funny faces’ by J. Stuart Blackton was made in 1906 by drawing comical faces on a blackboard, photographing them, and then erasing it to draw another stage of the facial expression.

It was in 1914, that the first cartoon named ‘Gertie, the Dinosaur’ by Winsor McCay, consisting of 10,000 drawings, was shown as a film in the theaters. In the early twenties, traditional animation techniques were developed and more sophisticated cartoons were produced. It was during this time that Warner Bros and Walt Disney studios came to exist. Computer animation, started during seventies and eighties, had a greater impact and with the passage of time, more and more advanced techniques were developed.

Animation which derived its name from the Latin word ‘anima’ meaning soul, can be defined as the art of breathing life to a character. A blend of entertainment industry and technology, it is concerned with design, drawing, layout and production of graphically rich and attractive multimedia clips. In other words animation is making of movies, games or cartoons by moving the drawings or models of animals or people with the help of computers or other electronic means. Time and space play a critical role in animation.

Animation is a field that could be pursued by those who posses excellent creativity and drawing skills. Animators are the talented artists who create characters for a variety of projects like movies, television, advertisements and so on. An animators task is to read the script carefully, study the storyboard and try to get into the character. In other words he needs to know and understand the character. Job opportunities are on the rise for an animator and they are in great demand, as it a growing industry and has become a popular feature in movies and advertising.Graphics Animation Career Scope in Pakistan Opportunities Jobs

Graphics Animation Career Scope in Pakistan Opportunities Jobs

Career Courses:

3D Animation Programs

Enter the exciting world of animation. Improve your skills and career opportunities in the animation industry with our 3D Animation courses.

  • AD3DEDGE Plus – Advanced Program in 3D Animation
  • D3D – Professional Program in 3D Animation
  • DAFM – Program in Animation Film making

VFX (Visual Effects) Programs

From flying cars to flying superheroes! Create high-quality visual effects (VFX) for films, TV, advertisements & games, with MAAC’s VFX courses.

  • ADVFX Plus – Advanced Program in VFX
  • VFX Plus – Professional Program in VFX
  • Compositing & Editing Plus – Professional Course in Post-Production

Multimedia & Design Courses

Build a career in web designing, graphics, and print & publishing. Join any one of our Graphic Design & Multimedia courses and explore opportunities in the national and international studios.

  • APDMD – Advanced Program in Digital Media & Design
  • DGWA – Programs in Graphics, Web and 2D Animation
  • DGA – Programs in Graphics & Animation

Game Designing Course

Make work as fun as play! Create your own games for PC, laptops, mobiles and tablets!

  • DGDI – Program in Game Design & Integration

Media & Entertainment Course

Get trained to join the media & entertainment industry with a comprehensive course, and explore career opportunities in India & abroad.

  • IPVAD – International Program in Visual Arts & Design
  • Broadcast Plus – Program in Broadcast Design
  • VAR Plus – Program in Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality

Short Term Courses

Learn a new skill or sharpen your existing skills in one or more software. MAAC offers short-term courses to suit your needs.

Specialization Series

  • Modelling & texturing
  • Lighting
  • Animation

3D Animation

  • MAX Pro – Program in 3DS Max
  • Maya Pro – Program in Maya
  • Digital Film making


  • Stereoscopic Film making
  • Compositing Plus
  • Design Viz Pro – Program in Design & Visualization
  • Advanced Compositing with NUKE, MOCHA, SILHOUETTE

Digital Photography

  • Certificate Course in Digital Photography

Creating an idea, developing it into a story script and giving technical assistance to it, are the procedures in making an animation. Besides the most commonly used animations, i.e two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D), there is also puppet animation, clay animation, sand animation, vegetable animation etc. Both 2D and 3D animation can be created digitally. Two-dimensional images are shallow in appearance, while three-dimensional images have a feel of depth to them, thus making them look more real.

Cel or 2D Animation:

2D animation is a wider term as cel animation is one among the traditional techniques of 2D animation. Cel animation is an animation technique where each frame is drawn by hand. The technique was the dominant form of animation in cinema until the advent of computer animation.

Also known as classical animation, 2 dimensional animation deals more with drawing and framing and is the base of 3D animation. 2D animators work mostly on paper, creating frames to define a sequence that are then moved at varying speeds to create the illusion of motion.

The process involves creating large number of drawings, and scanning them into the computer and importing them into the software that helps in setting the timing and layers for the scanned sequence of images. Toonz Harlequin, Adobe Flash, Cel Action, Anime Studio, Toon Boom Animation, Animaker are some of the software’s used for creating 2D animation characters.

Computer generated Imagery or 3D animation:

3D or three-dimensional animation, which has more depth and is more realistic, are a series of images/ objects created using computers or any other digital media. In addition to the skills in drawing, composition and character design, 3D animators deal with modeling, rendering, texturing and lighting. The texture, lighting and colour of the 3D objects are modified using software programmes and virtual cameras are used to focus, resize, zoom and illuminate the figures.

This digital animation has the power to create effects not possible with Classical animation. Film, advertising, video and gaming are the fast growing fields for 3D animation. This technique makes extensive use of animation software programmes like 3ds Max (Autodesk), Soft image, XSI (Avid), MAYA (Autodesk) etc.

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