Adobe Make It: Opening Titles

Adobe Make It: Opening Titles

09.05.16

Design, Digital, Events, Motion

 

Mike Tosetto and Tim Clapham produced the opening titles for Adobe's annual creative conference, Make It, which took place at Carriageworks in Sydney on May 5, 2016. The titles were played to a full house with 1400 people in attendance.
 
The main imagery for the event was created as an isometric illustration by Shaivalini Kumar an artist from New Dehli, India.
All the elements were built in 3D, then the scene was rendered using global illumination, a process that simulates light bouncing and colour bleeding. This technique produced a highly stylised look, allowing the bright colours in the scene to emit light, and the dark colours to receive light. 
Maxon’s Cinema 4D was used for all 3D work and rendered with Vray for C4D. The project was edited in Adobe Premiere Pro, then Adobe After Effects was used for all compositing, along with the typography treatment for the animated speaker names.
 
The original music score was composed specifically for this title sequence by Ben Romalis Mike and Tim have put together a complete case study on Behance, where you can check out the titles, along with a processreel.

Mike Tosetto and Tim Clapham  recently produced the opening titles for Adobe's annual creative conference, Make It, which took place at Carriageworks in Sydney on May 5, 2016. The titles were played to a full house with 1400 people in attendance.

The main imagery for the event was created as an isometric illustration by Shaivalini Kumar an artist from New Dehli, India. All the elements were built in 3D, then the scene was rendered using global illumination, a process that simulates light bouncing and colour bleeding. This technique produced a highly stylised look, allowing the bright colours in the scene to emit light, and the dark colours to receive light. Maxon’s Cinema 4D was used for all 3D work and rendered with Vray for C4D. The project was edited in Adobe Premiere Pro, then Adobe After Effects was used for all compositing, along with the typography treatment for the animated speaker names.

The original music score was composed specifically for this title sequence by Ben Romalis

Mike and Tim have put together a complete case study on Behance too, where you can check out the titles, along with a process reel. Check it out here.

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