Halo 5 Art Director: “Tilt Brush is The Future”
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Halo 5 Art Director: "Tilt Brush is The Future"
1 July, 2016

Sparth Nicolas Bouvier has shared some of his thoughts on his artistic experiments with HTC VIVE. He’s really impressed.


Sparth Nicolas Bouvier is probably one of the most well-known artists in the game industry. His most recent work was the art direction in Halo 5. Before that he worked on Halo 4, Rage, Assassin’s Creed, Prince of Persia and some other games. He usually creates various epic structures, alien landscapes, and amazing spaceships. If you like his style, be sure to buy Structura albums with his amazing sketches.

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Anyway. A couple of days ago, Sparth started uploading some new artwork, which he created with the help of Tilt Brush from Google. He’s got nothing but good things to say about this software. Here’s a little quote from his page:

As some of you may know, I have started sketching in VR with the Tilt Brush app on the HTC VIVE. It’s been a hell of a week discovering the possibilities of VR painting. All images above have been done within the Tilt Brush VR environment. You basically are standing within your own painting, adding brush strokes and architecture within a defined space you can evolve in. Simply put, this is revolutionary. Tilt Brush is powerful and extremely intuitive, but it still needs more professional options when it comes to primitives shapes, brushes, and painting features. It’s already an insane first step. The sure fact is, it’s the future.

Tilt Brush is available for $18 on Steam. It offers a number of dynamic brushes, easy interface and a whole bunch of  unique ways to create art. Even if you’re not an artist, be sure to check it out. This software will possibly change the future of 3d art.

Source: sparth.tumblr.com

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