Fly through the ages and your dreams using this old fashioned time machine, created in #VR using #TiltBrush and #OculusMedium….Enjoy!
This scene was on exhibit as a VR experience in the Shanghai Museum of Modern Art during late 2019-early 2020, as part of an exhibition featuring Bob Dylan and Pop Art
Sit back and relax! I created this scene in #VR using #TiltBrush and #3DRudder ( for smooth inside VR filming ), and used a video I created earlier as the main “building part”. The trees and leaves were created using some Tilt Brush brushes and two transparant png-files. I’m always trying to see how I can expand the possibilities of Tilt Brush, trying to create something beyond the usual stuff of drawing something using just strokes and brushes.
New Tvori Test: I picked up #Tvori again and imported the Palacia Model ( photogrammetry by Miguel Bandera, CC Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike: https://skfb.ly/6QSRF) and combined it with a #VR scene I created in Google Poly. Music is: “Navajo Night” by Audionatix, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/…) Artiest: http://audionautix.com/)
This #VR#Art#TiltBrush project was created using a sketch by Anne van Dalen, a Dutch artist living in Leeuwarden ( Ljouwerd ), The Netherlands. Her sketch was part of an art project called “From Leeuwarden with Love”, consisting of sending artistic postcards to people all over the country, trying to change the world with her artistic point of view. Visit her website ( in Dutch language ) here: https://www.annevandalen.nl/ I edited her sketch using different techniques, amongst them Deep Dream Generator, added some 3D objects which I created in Oculus Medium and textured in Marmoset Toolbag using using her original sketch and the one I edited. This resulted in a different view of our worlds. Trying to find other worlds behind the ones you see can be a comforting experience. While searching for some appropiate music I stumbled upon a song from Min-Y-Llan, a Welsh artist: “Would you change the world?”, which was an exact fit for this scene. You can find it here: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Mi….
I decided to combine some old style anatomical images and objects into this #VR scene.
Ancient times of experimenting with the human body, immerse yourself in this museum filled with curiosities.
Enjoy the 360 degree 4K #VR version using your headset and a VR video-player by watching this video below:
Here’s one of my latest #VR projects, mainly created using Tilt Brush.
On this page, which will be updated regularly, you’ll find my latest Deep Dream generated pictures.
The original picture was a watercolour I made a few years ago:
Here’s a large diorama like scene I created in Tilt Brush, inspired by the diorama’s I admired during my childhood, and of course by Vivaldi’s famous “Four Seasons”.
If you own Tilt Brush you can buy this scene for only $ 3.00 and explore this in Virtual Reality using Google Tilt Brush!
Once the buying process is completed you’ll receive the download link in your email. Copy the downloaded file into your Users/Documents/Tilt Brush/Sketches-folder and you’re ready to Tilt!
This Tilt file may not be distributed or used for commercial purposes. By buying it you agree with these conditions.
Watch in full screen, sit back and relax….. 😉
Enjoy my large scale “Hostile Planet” project, created with Tilt Brush and Google blocks .
I’ve been hesitating for a long time if I should create this scene in virtual reality, but after a discussion about this project of Facebook, which raised some pure racist comments and reactions, I decided to continue, because it’s obvious that one has to keep the memory alive of what terrible things have happened during the Holocaust. Virtual reality, being a new and modern way of communication and expression can be used as well to reach a wider, younger audience.
I tried to keep this scene as simple as possible, to focus on the victims which are depicted here.
If you own Tilt Brush, you can download this scene for free using this LINK. Extract the files and place them in your main Tilt Brush directory. Beware: Large file, so a fast computer and an adequate GPU might be necessary
This scene is meant for personal use only. Feel free to contact me for further enquiries.
Here’s my Winterwonderland 2018 project, made in Tilt Brush, Google Blocks, and a little bit of Gravity Sketch. I also used many photo’s and some free models I found on the internet. The scene consists of a main, frozen pond, situated between several caves where you can take a virtual tour at some large religions of the world: Christianity, symbolized by a medieval monastery and elements of the Sagra Familia in Barcelona. Also depicted are the Buddhist religion, inspired buy some Thai temples I visited, ancient Egypt, the Islam and Hinduism, as shown in a Taj Mahal like atmosphere.
You can download this scene for free if you own Tilt Brush, by using this LINK. Be sure to read the included Read me first-file as well.
Beware: Be downloading this scene you agree to use it for personal use only. This scene may not be used for commercial/educational activities and may not be redistributed to third parties without my written permission
If you enjoyed my scene, consider sending a gift to my Pay Pal- account using my e-mailaddres: ReinBijlsma@live.nl
This was created during the presidential elections using Tilt Brush in november 2017. For your own interpretation 😉
I used Oculus Medium to create this. At first I wanted to create an Old Man, but after experimenting with the included filters in Oculus Medium, I decided to rename it to “Goldman”, and here’s the result. Unfortunately the file was too big to upload to Sketchfab.com ( I have a Pro-acoount there, so if someone wants to sponsor me for a Business-account ( €29 per month just let me know )
The YouTube-version is below:
Everyone knows Miffy, the cute little rabbit created by Dick Bruna. Here’s the virtual reality counterpart:
I created this scene with a rather new VR application called Google Blocks. Appearances mauy differ, depending on the site where you publish them, as you can spot the difference between several instance of the same object.
This version is the original object created in Google Blocks
The Sketchfab-version, with many online filters added, is below: