Shiva Arts International

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (December 10, 1990)

Visuals: On a black background, we first see 2 strikes of lightning. After that, there is a very bright object (Shiva lingam, used in the worship of the Hindu god Shiva) rapidly zooming in. Once it stops, the lingam darkens, causing a line to appear at the bottom, a pot of water appearing above it with a flash, and a person with a bright moving stripe pattern appears on the left, which then the pattern slowly dissipates. The sketch appears to be a woman in pink kneeling against the lingam (which is colored blue), pouring petals from her hands. The word "SHIVA" then appears below the sketch letter-by-letter, which has a green glowing outline with a moving stripe pattern inside it. The text "ARTS INTERNATIONAL" fades in below, which causes the stripe pattern to fade away. It goes on for the last 13 seconds until it fades to black.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: 2 stock thunderclap sound effects with a one note string theme which is held, followed by a repetitive bell noise with a drum tune and a horn which pauses quite often.

Availability: This was only seen on Thanedaar.

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