Monday, December 9, 2013

DTH Games at Disney

These are the games I have worked upon while I was with Walt Disney India. Following are the ingame screen grabs for Tribal Blox and Chota Bheem & the throne of Bali.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Another AAA Game title at Jump Games (Reliance) now Zapak

A game based on Tom Hanks' award winning 2D animated short series on iOS, Android and j2me platforms. I predominantly worked on the characters, animations, tile based backgrounds, elements and UI screens for the game. Software used: Adobe Fireworks, Photoshop and Flash. You can have a look at the gameplay in the above video or by clicking on the following link :

Other creatives include avatars for Blackjack, Zombie bowling game concepts, Scout character designing for a game and concept art for 3D official game based on the movie Snow white featuring Julia Roberts, Lily Collins and Armie Hammer.

Story book illustrations at Waterford

These are some of the story book illustrations I did in Flash and Photoshop while leading a team of 11 members for an international project at Waterford India. This particular project was officially applauded for its quality and its completion before the set deadline.

Freelance storyboards while nursing my dislocated shoulder

A story board done for a Ponds Dreamflower talc Television Commercial featuring Nargis Fakhri. Client : Rising Sun Flims. Here's the link for the video in case there's problem in loading the above video.

Another story board done for the same client for a Bengali ad for Sunlight Color Guard detergent. Following is the link for the same :

My first AAA Game title at EA Mobile India (Electronic Arts)

EA Mobile India (Electronic Arts) has to be the best time of my entire career until now. I got to work on my first AAA game title for the 20th Century Fox blockbuster movie X-Men Origins - Wolverine. The nine levels of the game are full of action with the protagonist's rescue mission. Most of the main characters and their animations for J2me as well as brew were done by me including parts of user interface and backgrounds. Fireworks and photoshop were the majorly used software to create all the game assets. The tenure with EA was short lived as a fatal bike accident forced me to quit the job within nine months of my joining. In case there's problem in viewing the game video you can click on this link :

Some of the other porting game titles include Monopoly, Yahtzee, Tiger Woods and Need for Speed.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Games and honors at Shemaroo Entertainment Infinite

During my 1 year 6 months tenure with Shemaroo Entertainment infinite, I worked on Ghatothkach 2D animated movie based game for platforms such as Mobile, Nintendo DS, Online and PC. The mobile game titled "Ghatothkach - Eat on before dawn" bagged the Golden Cursor Award (GCA) presented by Cell 18 and Arena Animation in association with Aptech and CNBC-TV 18 for the best Mobile Game in 2009. The mobile game was my solo effort in the art department. The game name too was suggested by me. Following are the links for the award news :,
I also worked on movie based mobile games for Naya Daur which was a Tonga racing game and Manorama which was a hidden objects game.

Some of the game titles at Mobile2win

Mobile2win laid a solid platform in upbringing my gaming career. This is the company where I learned the gaming fundamentals which further helped me in shaping up my career. I worked on over 40 games and applications during my 2 years and 3 months tenure with Mobile2win. Some of the branded games I worked on are Thums-Up Everest challenge, Bollywood movie Anthony kaun hai? starring Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi, Deal or no deal television show, Sony entertainment television's CID and Bollywood movie Naina starring Urmila Matondkar.

Character designing at Technology Next

My very first experience in creating characters in Flash from scratch according to the given description for 2D animated short films. This also happens to be my first permanent job right after passing out from L.S. Raheja in 2004.

Cartoons at JAM (Just another magazine)

This is where my professional career began! These are some of the cartoons created for JAM (Just another magazine) while I was working with them as a freelance cartoonist during my college days back in 2003-2004. I cherish the time spent at JAM as it taught me professional ethics and working under crunch deadlines.