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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Here’s one of my latest #VR projects, mainly created using Tilt Brush.
Enjoy my large scale “Hostile Planet” project, created with Tilt Brush and Google blocks .
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 […]
This was created during the presidential elections using Tilt Brush in november 2017. For your own interpretation 😉
This is a combination of Google Blocks and Tilt Brush. I created a large cube within blocks and exported it to Tilt Brush for further editing. Enjoy!
I combined two U2 LP-covers into this painting:
A follow up for my VR “Winter Wonderland”- project. When in VR, you can wander around in this summer breeze like scene, enjoy the flowers, enjoy the butterflies, enjoy freedom ( don’t forget to cut the cables of your vr-goggles )
Here’s a Robot I created with Gravity Sketch. I uploaded the resulting object file to Sketchfab, and took some screenshots. Use the mouse to move around the scene Gravity Sketch: “Friendly Robot 1” by Rein Bijlsma on Sketchfab
Take a time travel to the psychedelic era of the late sixties and seventies. Enjoy the flower power, the love and peace and relax while watching these pics and vids. You can also buy this mesmerizing Tilt Brush file for $2,50 to experience that psychedelic trip yourself, if you have a HTC Vive with Tilt […]
I used Google Tilt Brush to create this large, life size environment, representing some kind of “Christmas Cave” where you can visit several scenes, using your Vive controllers and following the dotted lines and numbers on the “floor”. This Tilt Brush file is for sale for only $ 2.50 . You can buy it using […]
This is an old fashioned flower Power Hippie scene. It was part of a co-project I created together with fellow artists Micah James Zayner and Miguelangelo Rosario. If you are a Tilt Brush user and you want to explore this scene, you can download the tilt-file for a small fee. Link is at the bottom […]
Below is a Sketchfab-version of the centre figure in a life size “interactive” maze, which I created in Google’s Tilt Brush. Adding several filters resluted in this metallish figure, which is different from the one in Tilt Brush ( pictures will be posted tonight ). Owners of Tilt Brush will find the maze in the […]
Oilpaint on wood
Tilt Brush “Useless but Powerful Machine V2 by Rein Bijlsma on Sketchfab
Oil on canvas, 15,7 x 19,7″ ( 40 x 50 cm )
Remember last summer…remember “Golden Brown” from the Stranglers. Those days are past… winter is coming. Explore the original Tilt Brush file for a small fee. Link is at the bottom of this post. Tilt Brush “Summer is over” by Rein Bijlsma on Sketchfab Buy the original “Summer is over” Tilt Brush file for $ 2.50 […]
Tilt Brush capture Video Capture from within Tilt Brush Capture from within Sketchfab Capture from within Sketchfab
Some Tilt Brush Captures Tilt Brush Video
Tilt Brush: “Candy Cathedral”, final version by Rein Bijlsma on Sketchfab