Week 8 of #365DaysOfTB – Self Portraits
This is the 8th week recap of my 365 days of Tilt Brush daily art challenge. These are 3-D virtual reality immersive paintings. You can find the other weekly series here. During this week I painted a series of self portraits. Each of these portraits has it's own type of brush and style. My goal here was to practice using a variety of brushes and to color blend without assistance from the Dropper Tool in Tilt Brush. If you would like to see more about the paintings click the link following each description.
The main brush used is the Ink Brush. See more content about this painting.
A self-portrait made with the Splatter Brush. When the brushes are sized differently they give various effects to your painting.
In this portrait I used the unlit surface of the Marker Brushes to create a smoother look. This brush reminds me of how oil paints look on canvas.
I used the marker brushes to sketch this one out. See more content about this painting.
For this portrait I used the Oil Brush to capture details. See more content about this painting.
In this self portrait I created a 3D sculpture with the Tapered Flat Brush. Each of the brush strokes are seen and this type of brush shows a lot of texture as compared to the unlit surface of the Marker brushes. See more content about this painting.
This last portrait has an unlit surface and appears smooth and more digital than the Flat brush surface. In this painting you can see the line of freckles that travel down the side of my face. See more content about this painting.
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