I've been learning from the great masters, evolving their pieces into VR!
"The Kiss" is a HUGE 6'x6' piece, almost exactly a square. I wanted to play with the confines of space a bit — it's tight, a small space. Everything is kept very intimate. I've been playing a bit with how to PRESENT VR pieces in empty space. I wanted to play with this one being contained in a cube diorama, keeping the piece separate from the viewer.
It's also been fun trying to put myself in the head of the painter. How would Klimt extrude this? Would he? Or would he keep this portion flatter than the other parts? Would he used a textured brush for this or just do a LOT of little marks to create a sense of texture? I did some research on the artists and the piece prior to the VR painting to get a better sense of how Klimt might have painted this in VR.
Hope y'all like it!
Watch how I painted it here, with commentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocyuj_SbbxI
Thank you to SoulPancake and VRScout for this collaboration!