Recently I started experimenting with computer generated AI ( Artificial Intelligence ) Art, just to check if I can use the output ( images and movies ) in my VR Artwork.
Generating AI art can be done in several ways, like feeding the programs which I use with a text phrase, adding and altering different variables and then the computer starts rendering, which may take hours, depending on which software and output you want to create.
This scene will be avaialable as a highres NFT soon
Original VR artwork is here in 2D format:
A shot of my ‘Ode to Escher’scene, now available for sale as #NFT on Foundation
This is a mixture of traditional and digital art. First I made a painting, using acryllic paint on canvas, after a AI generated picture which I uploaded. I also added Glow-in-the-Dark 3D printed material, to obtain a more surreal, alien-like effect in the evenings or nights.
Then I used different techniques, taking photo’s of the painting, editing them in Photoshop and creating several partly transparant layers, which I imported into virtual reality, thus creating a mixture of old and new techniques: Together.
Parts of this scene will also be available as a series of #NFT #Crypto Art, the first one, a panoramic video is already online and available for bids here: https://knownorigin.io/gallery/1723000-together-panoramic-video
The 3D 360 degree VR version can be excperienced here:
It’s almost impossible for me to stop creating art in #VR. It’s such an overwhelming and immersive experience compared to creating art in 2D, which I used to do a few years ago. I still do, but this can’t be compared to anything I know. Being able to create my dreams, like this Space Cathedral which I’m working at for a couple of hours now. I just wanted to share this preview, created using mixed programs like #ColoryVR and Apple iPad Pro Create. Once finished, parts of this scene will be available as #CryptoArt as well I think. Feel free to add comments, and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel. Open for work on commission: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s the final result of my latest #VR #TiltBrush #art scene, called “Fly #KLM“. During the creation process I made several edits in color and background, until I reached the atmosphere I was aiming at: a #surrealistic tribute to ancient civilizations trying to reach out for what has been impossible for decades: Flying. The 360 degree 4K VR experience ( without rolling clouds however ) is here on my #Oculus #QuestTV ‘exclusive only’ channel: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/me… Feel free to comment and share this video, and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel. Open for work on commission ( like music videos! ) as well: email@example.com
I’m not into creating endless monster/creature stuff like a lot of artists seem to do nowadays ( sorry 😞).
However, you could consider this #VR #Art piece, created in #TiltBrush, as depicting a monster. It’s what’s hidden in our mind and sometimes emerges to the surface of our behaviour.
This scene will be avaiable as a 360 degree 4k VR experience soon on my #Oculus #Quest TV Channel, I’ll post the link here once it’s ready.
Feel free to comment or contact me if you have any questions. Open for work on commission, #NFT proposals or artistic collaboration as well: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube or Instagram channel! Enjoy! #YearofVRArt
We all want to be a child again, every now and then. Playing with toys, puppets, cars, and everyone will remember playing with Lego and Duplo!
In these troubled times I could escape into virtual reality and rebuild the worlds I was creating with my children many years ago.
I used my iPad Pro Lidar camera to 3D-scan a Duplo construction which I imported in my #Tiltbrush scene, and added all the snowy effects using different brushes.
I hope you enjoy this scene and let me wish you a very and above all healthy 2021. May the better times return.
This scene is also available as a 3D VR seated experience using your VR goggles. The 4:26 minute experience is for sale for $5 using the PayPal link below. Once the transaction is complete, you’ll receive a download link to my One Drive. There you download the file. Once downloaded you can transfer this experience to your pc/headset. You can use any VR-movie viewer to watch!
( By buying this scene you confirm to use it for personal use only and not to distribute it in any way )
Marianne Moore – 1887-1972
A fluctuating charm,
An amber-colored amethyst
Inhabits it; your arm
It opens and
You have meant
To catch it,
And it shrivels;
It opens, and it
Closes and you
Reach for it—
Grows cloudy, and
It floats away
The final #TiltBrush#Halloween Shadowbox City Scene is here. I created this scene using lots of old skool weird postcards, which I edited in #Photoshop to obtain transparant images. Then I arranged them in #VirtualReality into some shadowbox like environment, added 1920’s music and mixed everything together. Enjoy and beware of the spiders! If you want to experience this scene in VR using your VR goggles follow this link: https://veer.tv/videos/221184
I’m always intrigued by dark spaces, scenes and surroundings you can only discover in your dreams.
This scene also reminds me of my childhood, when I was hiding under the blankets as a small child, in a landscape filled with holes, mysterious trees and caves, under a shattered light of my reading light which came through the blankets….
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.