ABOUT

Welcome to jatanarts.com

This website showcases some of my work. This will include, along with my professional work in the area of architectural visualisation and character and game/realtime 3D environment based animation, my illustrations, sketches, computer graphics (3D & 2D), photography and music that I made.

Please follow the links in the menu above to navigate to the work samples.

A little about myself. Starting early childhood I developed a passion towards drawing. Mostly I drew portraits, caricatures, humans, other living things and aliens and automobiles from life and imagination, or whatever grabbed my imagination. I had influences from comics and pop art. I won quite a few awards at art competitions from childhood up to my late teen years. Fortunately, for higher education I got to go to a top design school (National Institute of Design) in India where I studied Communication Design and specialised in Animation Film Design. Starting late nineties my career as a professional I received  extensive experience in contemporary digital environments be it for web, games, architectural walkthroughs or other animated films. Character design and development from scratch to final animation and rendering. Environment and props modeling, texturing, lighting, camera animation and rendering. Having mostly worked with small teams I gained experience in most areas in CG working along side some amazing people in the  industry. I also have been fortunate to carry forward my other passion of making music and sound design into my professional life and have been doing soundtracks and music for many animation projects undertaken over last decade.

Below is the list of some of the clients I have worked for through my employers.

Zaha Hadid, Herzog & de Meuron, Foster & Partners, Lufthansa, Adjaye Associates, City of London, City of Hamburg, Madonna, Skidmore Owings & Merril, Tate Modern, Westfield, 2012 London Olympics, British Council, Dohaland, Shasha Waltz, RADAR NI, Steven Holl Architects, Tapio Snellman, StenaLine