Los Angeles-based Imaginary Forces is always on the lookout for tools that meet or exceed the standards set forth by their demanding team of artists. This creates an ideal environment for testing Cinema 4D Release 16.
Imaginary Forces is a well-known name among LA studios. A look at the IF website reveals a wide variety of notable projects on which the team has worked. One of the tools that plays a major role in their everyday work is Cinema 4D. As soon as the beta version of Cinema 4D R16 had been made available the team at IF was very curious about its new features. This was particularly true for Creative Director Ryan Summers, who was very interested in the variety of new possibilities that Cinema 4D R16 had to offer: tools like Polygon Pen, improved sculpting and the impressive materials created using the new Reflectance Channel made a lasting impression on him.
Even before the final version of R16 had been made available, Ryan and his team decided to create a short film to put the new version through its paces under nearly realistic conditions. The new R16 features in particular had to be put to the test. Ryan also decided to let the tools themselves star in the film. Functions such as Polygon Pen, Reflectance channel and Solo button were given starring roles.
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