Learning and Sharing
We all wanted the project to be a learning experience, to push our boundaries and explore new territories, we experimented with Arnold, the new Cinema 4D render engine (Thanks to Raphael Rau for answering our Arnold queries). This achieved faster and more realistic results and we created a bespoke typography for the project. Whilst comping and editing the piece, we thought that the story could be interpreted in many different ways by many different creative minds, so we decided to give people the chance to create their own version of the sequence using our renders and projects! Wanting everyone to be involved in this project, we made all of the material open source and created the site OFFF Cinci Remix, where everyone can play, explore and submit their own “remixes” of the piece. Feel free to grab the package and don’t forget to send us your video link so we can post all of your sequence www.offfcinciremix.com We want to thank all the OFFF family for letting us have such an amazing experience. Special thanks to Hector and Nathalie. And the guys from the CAC in Cincinnati who made us feel at home – thanks Drew.