Scale in Tilt Brush

Since discovering the ability to scale, pan, and rotate in 3D space, Tilt Brush has become an obsession. My latest scene explores the ability to create massive scale differentials with an amazing amount of detail.

Starting small, I created a little campsite (complete with pillow, blanket, and lantern inside the tent), and then zoomed out to create a large mountain backdrop with sunset and snow.

This was also the first time I painted sitting down rather than moving around the room. My back thanks me.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Jeremy says:

    Wow, your progress is impressive! You’re going to have to start embedding them here via Sketchfab, so we can all zoom in and out and see the details. 🙂


    1. Never heard of Sketchfab, I’ll check it out.


  2. Dan Hauk says:

    This is so much cooler than the random strokes of colors and stars I painted at the GM.


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