Friday, August 1, 2008

Detail resume

Moh'd Arifur Rahman.

Career Objective:

I would like a challenging position in a company, where my skills and experience will greatly enhance the company's success and my own personal improvement.

Contact and mailing address:

Moh'd Arifur Rahman.

Son of Moh'd Golam Mustofa
mirpur, dhaka-1216
ph: 0000000, mobile: 01552666282.

Academic Profile:
S.S.C 1996
H.S.C 1998
B.A (Pass) 2000
Diploma in E-Technology 2002

Interest and hobbies:
Reading books and magazine.

Personal Information:

Name : Moh’d Arifur Rahman
Father’s Name : Moh’d Golam Mustofa.
Date of birth : 1 January 1981
Nationality : Bangladeshi
Religion : Islam

Skilled in Computer software’s:
Adobe, Photoshop, Flash MX, 3ds MAX & MAYA. Language: SQLserver, PHP, mysql, Wordpress and Action script.

1 Year 2d animation from Promod Sha, he is an international trainer from UNESF.
3d max from DCL, Its an Architecture farm,

MAYA from Deep Red studios Ltd. (it’s a Game farm)

Working Experience:

1.Globekids Digital Ltd. As a 2d Animator, 1 January 2002 to 30 June 2004.
2.DCL (Digital construction Ltd.) as a 3d Artist and Animator.
3.Deep Red Studios Ltd. As an Associate Artist.

Now I am working in Deep Red Studios Ltd. as a GAME Artist, here I am working on various projects like 3d models, charters and Architectural blocks.

my works:

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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Advertising Design.

Creative Director

A creative director is a position usually found within the advertising, media or entertainment industries, but may be useful in other creative organizations such as web development and software development firms as well. The job entails overseeing the design of branding and advertising for a client and ensuring that the new branding and advertising fits in with the client's requirements and the image they wish to promote for their company or product. The main aspects of this role are to interpret a client's communications strategy and then develop proposed creative approaches and treatments that align with that strategy. Another is to initiate and stimulate creative ideas for and from everyone involved in the creative process. Creative directors normally oversee creative service agencies or departments within a corporation. In advertising agencies, this consists of copywriters and art directors. In media design firms, the team can include graphic designers and computer programmers.
A creative director is ultimately responsible for the quality of the final creative work. They are often praised highly when their team's efforts win awards, but conversely, the creative director shoulders the negativity when a project goes wrong, response falls short of expectations, or an important individual dislikes the idea.
Advertising Creative Directors are usually promoted from copywriting or art directing positions, and while most have a command of one of the two disciplines, they are more than familiar with the other, and in some rare cases they are equally adept at both. Long lists have enumerated the qualifications a creative director should have, but the lists can be as illuminating as they can be confusing. It is agreed, though, that creative directors should be more than just masters of their craft, they should also be inspired people-managers. Nevertheless, at the very least, art directors who become creative directors should have developed an extremely fine ear for good copy, just as copywriters who become creative directors should have an educated eye for design.
The acclaimed David Ogilvy once advertised for creative directors for his agency, and called them "Trumpeter Swans." This may highlight the difficulty of having a universally accepted set of qualifications. There simply isn't an easily understood qualification similar to an MBA for creative people. While independent advertising and graphic design schools do graduate people with their own degrees and diplomas, there is no known degree or diploma in "creative directing".

Friday, June 20, 2008

careers in animation

2D animation

Animation is the rapid display of a sequence of images of 2-D or 3-D artwork or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement. It is an optical illusion of motion due to the phenomenon of persistence of vision, and can be created and demonstrated in a number of ways. The most common method of presenting animation is as a motion picture or video program, although several other forms of presenting animation also exist.
Animation can sometimes refer to a way of activating a community, i.e. 'animating' the users. This means actions which encourages users to interact with a given service and