Google made a special doodle on the occasion of Republic Day
Google made a special doodle on the occasion of Republic Day: Doodle prepared with the help of hand-cut paper art, a glimpse of the Republic Day parade was seen
Today 74th Republic Day is being celebrated in the country. Google search engine has congratulated the countrymen by making a doodle to make it special. The doodle that Google has placed on its home page has been prepared by Ahmedabad-based artist Partha Kothekar.
The special thing is that this doodle has been prepared with the help of hand-cut paper. The doodle depicts the Republic Day parade along with historical buildings like Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, North Block and South Block. In this, a contingent of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and jawans are seen doing stunts on bikes.
Google has shared a YouTube video showing how this doodle was made by cutting paper. Parth explains that it took 4 days (6 hours a day) to prepare. In the doodle, Google has written 'G', 'O', 'G', 'L' and 'E' in the small alphabet of English. At the same time, a circular symbolically mirrored the second 'O' in the word 'Google' above the dome of Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Paper was first discovered in China in the second century and the art of paper cutting started in the 4th century. To make paper hand-cut art, a design is drawn on paper and then with the help of a surgical blade, the art is cut out of the paper. In this, all the lines are connected to each other. The art shown on the doodle on the occasion of Republic Day has been prepared in 6 days, but it takes 15 to 20 days and sometimes months to make art.
Parth, who designed the Republic Day Doodle, was born on 00. He specializes in sketching and drawing since childhood. Parth learned 2D animation after class 12th. Parth says that after learning animation, he continued sketching. He already prefers to work in black and white. Parth said that he started designing T-shirts by wearing only this medium. For this, he used to make stencils and used to do experiments in this. Later I came to know that it can become an art form, so I made it my art.
In the beginning, Parth had a lot of difficulty in bringing perfection, but later after continuous hard work, he got success. Parth says that in this art, if even a single cut seems wrong, then the hard work of many days goes in vain. That's why a lot of focus is required while making this art. Parth has created many designs in different forms such as names, text and portraits. Representing India in New Zealand, Parth has displayed his art for a month.
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