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A professional concept artist, illustrator and a matte artist Jama Jurabaev has a nice video tutorial on creating panoramic 360/VR paintings from scratch. Start from 3D Coat basics to master 360 art.
The artist will teach you how to use perspective grids, symmetry and other powerful features to speed up your painting or design process in 360. The course leads to exporting your 360/VR painting and sharing on social media or viewing it in a VR headset. It is worth noting that the guide is suitable for all levels.
Tools required: Photoshop (3D Coat 4.7 or above)
- 2.5 hours of videos in 1080p
- 3D Coat and Photoshop files
- 3D Coat presets
- Photoshop Brushes
- 360 grids
- JPG thumbnails