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Telangana IT Minister K.T. Rama Rao launches book on digital media careers

The IT Minister of Telangana state, Sri K.T. Rama Rao released a career guide on the wide range of fast-growing job opportunities in the dynamic digital media and entertainment industry.

The book was released during the inaugural session of the Indiajoy Event at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), Hyderabad on 16th November.

Along with K.T. Rama Rao, ‘Exciting Careers in Digital Media’ book author Rajasekhar Buggaveeti, Green Gold Animation Founder & CEO Rajiv Chilaka, Bengaluru-based Technicolor India Managing Director Biren Ghose, Cine Hero Sudheer Babu, IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan, and others participated in the book launch ceremony.

Speaking on the occasion, Rajasekhar Buggaveeti said: “The book elaborates on 72 exciting job roles across Animation, Graphic Design, Visual Effects, Gaming, Web & Mobile Design, Digital Marketing, and Filmmaking. Creative arts students will find this book particularly useful in exploring the broad spectrum of employment prospects across disciplines and specializations in the industry. While the book is primarily focused on helping freshers gauge their aptitude and identify pathways that align with their interests and innate strengths, it also acts as a personal guide for creative CG artists who have some experience in the industry but are looking to shift career paths or accelerate their career growth”.

Appreciating the efforts in producing the book, the minister KTR quipped: “This book serves as a virtual compass to career aspirants in these sectors. The extensive information on each job role – job outline, skills, training, salaries, and growth – along with valuable guidance on choosing the right course and college, and pursuing successful careers makes it a first-of-its-kind, complete career guide in India”.

Rajiv Chilaka observed: “Expert tips on demo reel/portfolio, internships, and career preparation and advancement along with inspiring stories of media and entertainment industry legends makes it a must-read book for students”.

On the occasion, Biren Ghose, Sudheer Babu, and Jayesh Ranjan congratulated the book’s author Rajasekhar Buggaveeti.

Published by Creative Multimedia, this book is available on Amazon and also at the firm’s office at Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad. Contact: +91 9659 48 9659.

Creative Multimedia celebrates International Animation Day. 35 students of the college win prestigious Pixellence awards.

Creative Multimedia – winner of the ‘Best Digital Media Academy in India’ Award celebrated ‘International Animation Day’ and declared a highly successful placements season with excellent placements despite the pandemic.

India’s Largest Digital Media Education powerhouse’ celebrated the event at its global standard campus at Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad on Thursday, 28th of October 2021 from morning till noon.

Creative Multimedia has been celebrating International Animation Day every year for the past 16 years with great fanfare. The event aims to bring students closer to the industry and to honour and encourage outstanding talent in Animation, VFX, Gaming, Web & Graphic Design.

The MD & CEO of Creative Multimedia, RajaSekhar Buggaveeti delivered the inaugural address and renewed his commitment to ‘Enhancing Employability’. Addressing the students, he reminded them that Creative Multimedia affords the finest infrastructure, mentoring, value-additions, and placements in the industry and urged them to take advantage of these privileges to pursue a successful career and bring laurels to the academy and the country.

The prestigious ‘Pixellence Awards’ aimed at recognizing outstanding arts talent were presented by Creative Multimedia CEO RajaSekhar Buggaveeti to 35 winners across 17 categories of Animation, VFX, Web, and Graphic Design. Entries were judged on 4 parameters: concept, design, quality, and presentation.

Many live-action, 2D animation short films, such as ‘Be in the moment’, ‘Error 404’, ‘Ulta-Plus’, and ‘Charvani’ crafted by BFA students of Creative Multimedia were screened to a rousing reception. These films, some of which gained international recognition, were created by students are part of Creative Multimedia’s training aimed at producing industry-ready artists.

Many successful alumni now working at top MNCs around the globe attended the event and shared their experiences with students even as they found themselves reminiscing about their good old days at Creative Multimedia and the college’s extraordinary placements.

Injecting josh into the day’s proceedings was a string of high-voltage cultural programs: there was song, dance, instrumental music, and more. Performers belted out popular movie numbers and set the stage on fire with foot-thumping dance moves as the young crowd went wild with excitement.

A compelling quiz program, a live guitar performance, a rap gig, and a series of games were some of the other programs that enlivened the proceedings and made it a truly memorable day for students of India’s premier digital media education group.

The day ended with a sincere thanks to students, parents, alumni, guests, and well-wishers who turned up in large numbers and made the event a grand success.

Prepare yourself before joining a VFX Training Course


Films and TV productions today involve a lot of Computer Generated (CG) effects and elements to tell their stories more effectively. VFX or Visual Effects is an art and tool used to create these magic on screen. It is an amalgamation of technology and high level artistic skills.

A VFX production involves lot of departments at various levels to bring a scene that is impossible in real life. There are multiple levels of opportunities to work in a VFX production starting from on-set supervision, to 3D artist or a compositor who combines all the elements seamlessly to make a stunning image.  Students looking for a career option may find a lot of opportunities in this creative field. Proper training and certification in VFX will help them to kick start their careers. There are some very good VFX training institues in Hyderabad where students can train and specialize in various modules of this process.

But before you join any training, you may need to prep yourself up for the process ahead. Here are a few pointers that will help you gear up for the ride:

Knowledge is light!

Try to gain knowledge about this art cum technology. Search around for the companies, production houses involving VFX, what pipelines or techniques they use for a particular project.  YouTube ‘behind the scenes’ videos and breakdown videos will be your best source for these.

Famous Personalities

Learn about some important personalities in the industry and what projects/films they have worked on. Their interviews will provide good insights into their accomplishments.

Framing an art

Understanding photography helps you understand lighting, framing etc. in an image. This is an important aspect of VFX. Basics of camera and filmmaking knowledge will be an added advantage.

Friendship with computer

VFX involves a lot of computer based work, if you are new to computers, it is recommended to be little computer friendly, this helps you on the long run.

Software Mania

A lot of software are used to create these visual effects, try and explore some simpler software like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects. The training institutes will anyhow go more in depth in these and other advanced software (like Autodesk Maya, Foundry Nuke etc.) and techniques, some prior knowledge will give you a comfortable start.

Practise, practise, practise!

VFX is an art like any other, so practice is the key, make up your mind for dedication and commitment towards practice. The better the artist you are, more opportunities will follow you.

If you are looking for VFX training in Hyderabad, Creative Multimedia Academy is the right place to start your learning process from basic to the advanced level through different course modules. The institute aims to transform students into job-ready VFX professionals through comprehensive training.

Roles of Game Artists and Designers in the Gaming World


PC and mobile games have gained a lot of hype in India today. That’s why many people are considering becoming a game artist. The job title sounds great, especially to a generation where everything game-related speaks volumes of fun and creativity.

Here we’ll talk about the role of the game artist in the game development process, what it takes to become a good game designer and potential career prospects.

The Role of Game Artist?

If you’ve decided to become a game artist, you should first consider a good game art college in Hyderabad. In the university, you’ll learn how to create artistic aspects of the game using different digital art creation software. 3D modeling and illustration come under this category.

Today, some games require the artist to use more traditional media like drawing and painting. You’ll learn to create both art and design for the game in the game designing college.

Although it may seem like you’re only creating an illustration to the game designer’s specifications, there is much more creativity involved in this field. A good game artist can have a massive impact on gameplay. They can depict a particular scenario, level, or character.

Types of Game Artists:

Although you may not have thought of it, there many different roles in the world of game art, each with its own specialization. Some of the tasks are ideal for new entrants into the industry, while others require a few years of experience and a proven track record.

Here are some job responsibilities in the world of game art that you might be interested in:

  1. Concept Artist
    • As a concept artist, you put together the concept art for the game. You’ve to research different art styles, pictures, digital painting and know how the game should feel and look. You can also share your ideas with other teams of artists.
  2. Art Director
    • As a game director, you’ll lead the teams of game animators and artists. You’ll coordinate between various game designers and art game departments. You’ll be involved in the game development process from the concept stage. You’ll also be responsible for the quality, aesthetics, and performance of the game.
  3. Character Artist
    • The character artist is responsible for designing the characters in a game. In a few cases, you’ve to follow a particular stylistic brief to first create 2D concept sketches of the characters before moving to model them as 3D computer models. To ensure consistency and fluidity, you may have to work with the animators.
  4. Environment Artist
    • It is the responsibility of these artists to bring the game environment to life. As an environment artist, you’ll create the world that the game is played on, from props to scenes.

Game artists can find work in gaming company or work as a freelancer. As a freelancer, you have to be self-motivated and able to handle demands from multiple clients.

If you want to become a good gaming artist or designer, choose a reputable game designing college in Hyderabad. 

Creative Multimedia Group Celebrated International Women’s Day in a Creative Way


Creative Multimedia, India’s most prolific multimedia training and placements engine celebrated International Women’s Day on 08 March 2021 at its Dilsukhnagar campus with a Blood Donation Camp and a string of women-oriented sessions that triggered great excitement.

The International Women’s Day Celebrations was aimed at inspiring the young girls at Creative Multimedia and featured a public speaking session on illustrious woman achievers, quiz competitions and various indoor games for young girls.

At Creative Multimedia Group, India’s leading digital media education catalyst, women empowerment has always been an important goal.

The best digital media in India academy award winner intends to inspire and produce a woman star who can smash the glass ceiling in the next five years and show that women can also rise to positions of power and excel in traditionally male dominated job disciplines such as Animation, VFX, UI/UX and Graphic Design.

Over 150 students and staff of Creative multimedia donated blood, effectively helping save 450 precious lives. (Donation by one person helps save three lives)

The day-long blood donation drive from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. was held in aid of Thalassemia patients. It was inaugurated by Shri Devireddy Sudheer Reddy, MLA – LB Nagar and Chairman – MRFDC, Govt of Telangana. Speaking on the occasion he appreciated the initiative taken by Creative Multimedia’s students and staff. He felt that these kinds of blood donation camps are the need of the hour, especially during this tough time of pandemic situation.

‘We are proud of our students and staff members for coming forward to donate their blood for a noble cause of extending the lives of Thalassemia children’ says Rajasekhar Buggaveeti, founder and CEO of Creative Multimedia Group.

Creative Multimedia Group has conducted scores of blood donation camps in association with Red Cross Society for the past ten years and has even received several awards from the Honourable Governor of Telangana in recognition of its noble service.

Creative Multimedia Group comprising “Creative Multimedia Academy” and “Creative Multimedia College of Fine Arts” is India’s leading digital media mentor focused on Enhancing EmployabilityTM and delivering MNC job opportunities for students through its signature placement initiative “Our campus – Your Interviews®”.


“An artistic tribute to the legendary singer SP Balu by Creative Multimedia”



Digital media education powerhouse “Creative Multimedia” conducts an exclusive, knowledge and skill-loaded workshop on Hyper Realistic art for Animation & VFX students.

India’s premier destination for Creative Multimedia, widely acknowledged as an ivy-league digital media education powerhouse organized an exclusive art workshop for its B.A. Visual Arts (Animation & VFX and Applied Art) students.

The workshop was conducted by Pramod Sahu, a Raipur-based Internationally reputed Artist, Culturalist & Social Entrepreneur. 

Bringing his vast experience to the workshop, Mr. Pramod delivered an enlightening session on “Hyper-realistic Rangoli” art. He also shared precious insights and tips on how to build a solid foundation and pursue a professionally enriching career in the world of art. Attendees were mesmerized by seeing the hyper realistic portrait of legendary singer SP Balasubramanyam which took around 15 hours to create for Pramod Sahu.

The 5-day workshop on ‘Hyper Realistic Portrait’ design was held at the campus of Creative Multimedia College in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad. The workshop was conducted from 10 in the morning to 6 in the evening each day.

Speaking on the occasion, Creative Multimedia CEO RajaSekhar Buggaveeti said: “This workshop is part of the many continuous initiatives of Creative Multimedia aimed at Enhancing Employability of students and equipping them with the knowledge and job skills required for the workplace.”

Creative Multimedia owns and operates CMCFA (Creative Multimedia College of Fine Arts), India’s leading Fine Arts college offering the in-demand 3-year B.A. Visual Arts (Animation & VFX) and B.A. (Applied Art) Degree programs in association with the famed Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University – Hyderabad.

Ever since inception, Creative Multimedia has been committed to “Enhancing Employability” of its students and helping them gain the competitive edge in their careers. By focusing on foundational job skills such as drawing, students gain transferable skills enabling global employment opportunities across industries.

The college has shaped scores of winning careers and is considered a springboard to career success for students aspiring for a bright future in the global digital media and entertainment industry.



Animation Students of ‘Creative Multimedia – Hyderabad’ showcase their drawing skills with an impressive art show

Creative Multimedia Group – India’s driving Digital Media career catalyst, acclaimed for its activity situated Animation, VFX, Web, and Graphic Design preparing, led the 2018 edition of its immensely held the art show at Hyderabad from 31 May to 2 June. The art show indicate is an intentional activity went for giving a stage to Animation and Applied Art understudies to sharpen and exhibit their illustration abilities while upholding an honorable motivation. The current year’s art indicates ‘Mahanati – The Retrospective’ — a tribute to South India’s first female superstar and incredible performer ‘Savitri’ was propelled by the runaway accomplishment of her biopic ‘Mahanati’ which opened to a splendid reaction at theaters over the globe in May 2018.

Nag Ashwin, director of the film ‘Mahanati’ and the film’s maker Priyanka Dutt were welcomed as boss visitors to the occasion. S.N. Vikas, Director Academics and Planning of JNAFAU, graced the occasion as the visitor of respect.

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Creative Multimedia – Mahanati savitri Art Gallery
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Mahanati savitri Art Gallery – Creative Multimedia college of Fine arts

Over 70 true-to-life portraits of ‘Mahanati Savitri’ created by first-year students of Creative Multimedia College of Fine Arts (CMFCA) were on display at the gallery. CMCFA is part of the Creative Multimedia Group at Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad. The exemplary drawing skills of students were evident as they passionately explored a range of traditional and contemporary art forms. Deploying varied media to create realistic portraits of the thespian Savitri, students splashed the gallery walls with abstract art, photorealistic paintings, pen and ink sketch, chalk work, Thermo cool-carved 3D relief work, collage work, bindi-work, crushed foil with glass painting overlay, paper-quilling work, and post-impressionism style drawings inspired by the most influential figure of western art ‘Vincent Van Gogh’. The portraits on display at the gallery are up for sale and the entire proceeds will benefit the needy members of the Movie Artists Association (MAA), Hyderabad.