Every week VR artists are making amazing new sculptures using tools like Tilt Brush and Oculus Quill. These elaborate artworks go beyond what’s possible in our world, often creating entirely new ones. It would be a shame to let these go to waste, so we’re highlighting four awesome new pieces featured on 3D model site Sketchfab that we’ve come across recently.
This week we’ve got a fitting tribute to the Virtual Boy and some amazing detailed new models.
Personal Space Transport VR, by James Robbins
We don’t see Gravity Sketch VR used a lot here and this vibrant piece makes a great case for it. This sleek sci-fi engine looks like a cross between Wipeout and something from Wacky Races, and we can’t get enough of the bold visual style.
Virtual Boy, by eric3dee
Not the ill-fated Nintendo console and ancestor to the Oculus Rift, but instead an actual virtual boy. To us this brilliant Oculus Medium sculpt looks like a childhood well spent, though maybe he’s actually in trouble? Who knows.
Oculus Medium Mech, by harryhirsch
Another rock solid example of what makes Medium one of the best VR sculpting tools. This painfully detailed mech stands tall and proud, displaying intricate machinery that wouldn’t look out out place in a summer blockbuster.
Vicky, by Elizabeth Edwards
Liz Edwards returns with yet another excellent piece of VR art, this time made with Oculus Quill. We love this striking, confident character model that looks like it’s been ripped straight out of the pages of a graphic novel. Bravo.