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Check Out Mill+'s Trippy Title Sequence for OFFF Design & Creativity Festival

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The video is the title sequence for 'OFFF at Night', an on-the-road event held in Antwerp, Belgium

Check Out Mill+'s Trippy Title Sequence for OFFF Design & Creativity Festival
Mill+ recently continued their collaboration with OFFF, creating the title sequence to their latest on-the-road event held in Antwerp, Belgium. This weekend saw the grand reveal of the psychedelic sequence during the OFFF closing ceremony.
 
The graphic sequence, directed by Mill+ designer William Arnold, mixes simple colours with complex animated simulations to create trippy 70’s inspired visuals. 
 
With an open brief, William took inspiration from bright colours and graphic patterns to create a truly mesmerizing image sequence using 3D animation rendered out in 2D colors. 
 
William comments, “Our goal was to combine powerful tools that are typically reserved for photo-real visual effects with elements of traditional graphic design. We started by referencing fluid, organic forms: paint dripping, lava lamps, and slime molds. We then tested ways in which we could replicate this organic movement using different pieces of software. We ended up using an interlocking combination of Houdini, C4D, Maya, and Nuke. 

Throughout the process, we had one basic rule: animate everything in 3D, but render it out with flat colors. In order to do this, we pushed the software in new and unusual ways. This included a unique combination of particle simulations, procedural shaders, and orthographic cameras. We then took this 3D animation and paired it with grid-based typography and a limited color palette. The resulting effect is something that is playful and straightforward, yet simultaneously too complex for the human mind to create without the help of powerful 3D software.”

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Music

Composer: Fall On Your Sword

Post Production / VFX

2D Artist: Warren Gebhardt

3D Artists: Gregory Gangemi, Laurent Giaume, Nick Couret-Chailloux, Ehsan Parizi

Animation: Christopher Mennuto, Mikhael Villegas, Kyle Leicht

Colourist: Mikey Rossiter

Creative Director: Mario Stipinovich

Post Production Company: Mill+

Producer: Devan Maura Saber

Production Company

Director: Willam Arnold

Genres: Visual VFX

Mill New York, Wed, 28 Sep 2016 08:12:08 GMT