Priyesh Trivedi, a talented painter and animation filmmaker from Mumbai Perfect boy His portrayal of the film gained unparalleled popularity. The Adarsh Balak Facebook page came into existence in May 2014, and one of his early works suddenly went viral.
Priyesh was born in Borivali, Mumbai. Due to the transfer, he shifted to different parts of Mumbai with his family till the age of 16. He finally settled in Borivali with the family and is still living there. However, it does not matter to them whether they stay in Borivali or whether in Delhi; Because once they entered their room, they had a different world of their own to be engrossed in.
After completing his studies at St. Xavier’s School, he took a BSc degree in animation-filmmaking from Thakur College. In this course, 2-D and 3-D animation is taught and a film is allowed in the final year project. After completing his course, he started his career in Andheri Mile-Nine In the studio as a game artist. He also started working as a concept-artist while studying animation. The concept-artist had to design the character used in a game and its surroundings.
The first sketch he made of the model boy was scanned and posted on Facebook. It was shared among his friends and then it became viral among friends of friends. People who were not in his mutual friends started demanding his work in print. His concept behind this project was that people should do the work that they like, not the society that expects of them.
With Priyesh’s work, people used to remember old photographs and drawings of his State Education Board books of the 80s and 90s. People were able to fulfill their desire to relive their breathtaking past through their sketches. There was absolutely no complexity in Priyesh’s methods of drawing. He would have drawn those who examined him. He used to insist that there was no need to hide any deep meaning in his works, he just wanted his works to incite people to revolt what is common.
He was an inquisitive tourist, after leaving his Mile-Nine job, he went to North India to roam. He then started working at Maya Digital Studio in Goregaon. There he learned how the animation industry works in the true sense. Within two months, he learned all the tricks of the animation industry. After leaving his job here, he joined Walnut Labs, a start-up, where he learned to make educational games for children. Here too, he did not like and left the job. After this, he started working as a freelancer from December 2013.
His main motive behind Priyesh’s works is that it can be an effective way to challenge the traditional meanings of words to change the mindset of the people. Normally it is considered ideal to follow the rules and discipline of society, but Priyesh wants that the ideal child is the one who questions the system, stands up for his own thinking and does what he wants to do.
Priyesh started the work as a hobby, after his arrival on Facebook, he got one lakh followers. His followers are not only his admirers but also the ideal child buyers. People give a lot of comments on their posts to encourage their art.
This youth has proved that a good career can be done by adopting a different career. If you have a passion, then you can do everything that you want.