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create your own 360° illustrations
Live a new creative experience: create your own 360° illustrations
Welcome artist! My name is Kevin Hohler, I am a 360° illustration creator.
On 360-DRAWING, I offer comprehensive courses and exclusive resources to create your own 360° illustrations.
Now we're not just going to look at your illustrations,
we're going to explore them!
3 advantages of 360° drawing
How to draw in 360°?
I tested for 5 years many software and methods before finding the most efficient solutions to make all types of immersive 360° illustrations .
With 360-Drawing, I pass on all my knowledge and resources so that you can create your own 360° illustrations and experiences. With each new development in this field, I will add new video lessons, memo sheets and quizzes for effective learning. To get access, it's simple, there's only one offer: lifetime unlimited access to all content for EUR 47 pre-order (instead of EUR 147).
The first course 360-Drawing, includes a complete learning program on 3DCoat and PanoPainter, the two software I recommend for creating your own 360° illustrations.
Note: only one of these two pieces of software is required to take the course and create your 360° illustrations.
💜 Enjoy unlimited access 💜
100 € discount offered
Exceptional offer only available on pre-order
Opening of the accesses in the 4th quarter of 2021
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Which software to use?
To create 360° illustrations, you only need one software. I recommend using 3DCoat or PanoPainter. Photoshop and Blender are not suitable software to draw any type of 360° illustrations.
3DCoat is the most complete solution to create your own 360° illustrations.
Given its price, 3DCoat is rather intended for professional illustrators. This investment can be largely recouped with the sale of a single 360° illustration.
3DCoat includes many features:
- layer management
- brush management
- importing images
- drawing in symmetry
- color palette management
- image warping tool
- clone tool
- color operation tool
- work on a psd synchronized between 3DCoat and your favorite drawing software (Photoshop, Krita, Clip Studio Paint etc.)
+ many great features
3DCoat V4 pro: about €395 - permanent license
My advice about 3DCoat
3DCoat is first of all a 3D texturing and modeling software. Without the 360-Drawing course and without the source files provided with it, you will have difficulties creating your own 360° illustrations on this software.
So I advise you to pre-order the course now and wait for the release of this one, scheduled for July 31, 2021, before purchasing or even downloading the 30-day trial version of 3DCoat.
If you're not satisfied with 3DCoat, PanoPainter's simplicity and low price should win you over (see sheet below) 🙂
PanoPainter is the most economical solution to create your own 360° illustrations.
Even if it has fewer features than 3DCoat, PanoPainter is a powerful software that has the essential tools to create quality 360° illustrations:
- layer management
- brush management
- importing images
- frame by frame animation
- guide system
+ many interesting features
To get an idea, you can test the web version for free via the button below.
PanoPainter on Steam: about €17 - permanent license
A new creative world
Unleash your creativity, draw in 360
The immersive format offers you new creative possibilities. Much more than just an image to look at, your illustrations become immersive, interactive and fun experiences.
360° illustrations are very popular
To give you an example, my 360° fan art of Where's Waldo? has been shared 1.2 million times on Facebook !
Save valuable time
I have tested during 5 years many softwares and methods before finding the most efficient solutions to realize all types of 360° illustrations. You will save many hours by getting these solutions directly through this course.
Your habits are not altered
No need to know how to model in 3D, the 360° drawing is similar to the drawing on Photoshop / Corel Painter / Clip Studio / Krita etc.
360° immersion for all
All styles of digital drawing can be enriched by the 360° format: concept art, comics, doodle art, treasure hunts, mazes, photomontage etc.
360° perspective grid
This video gives you an overview of how to use the perspective grid (provided with the course) along with the symmetry tool.
Beautiful and lucrative projects await you
Very few illustrators know how to create 360° illustrations and yet many brands and agencies are willing to spend thousands of euros to get an immersive illustration. Take advantage of it!
Video course + memo cards + quizzes
This video course is accompanied by memo cards in pdf format to illustrate certain concepts in a clear and synthetic manner. Quizzes are also included to reinforce your learning.
Benefit from a permanent access
No need to pay a subscription, you have permanent access to the courses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and on all media (updates included).
Take advantage of the updates
I never stop my research. That's why this course will be updated so that you can benefit from my latest findings regarding 360° illustration.
Satisfied or refunded
By purchasing this course, you benefit from a 14-day money back guarantee.
100 € discount offered
Exceptional offer only available in pre-order.
Price excluding pre-order:
Pre-order price: 47 €
The course is in French with English subtitles. You must have 3DCoat or PanoPainter.
- 1.1. Three examples of 360° illustrations
- 1.2. 360° Illustration: behind the scenes of the creation
- 1.3. The equirectangular format and its constraints
- 2A.1.1. Presentation and configuration of 3DCoat
- 2A.1.2. Using the camera and its convenient shortcuts
- 2A.1.3. Manage layers
- 2A.1.4. The brush tool in detail
- 2A.1.5. Create a color palette
- 2A.2.1. First steps: completing a 360° image by applying colors
- 2A.2.2. First steps: painting simple shapes in perspective in a 360° illustration
- 2A.2.3. First steps: completing a 360° image by drawing elements and characters
- 2A.2.4. Your first 360° illustration from A to Z: painting the room you're in
- 2A.2.5. 360° illustration from A to Z: it's your turn .
- 2A.3.1. Open and modify our creation in an external 2D editor
- 2A.3.2. Drawing from a 360° source image
- 2A.3.3. Using the transform/copy tool
- 2A.3.4. Import and update an image in the scene without distortion
- 2A.4.1. Using the symmetry tool
- 2A.4.2. Using the color operations tool
- 2A.4.3. Using the band tool
- 2A.4.4. Freeze pixels
- 2A.4.5. Using the option panel
- 2A.4.6. Using the mask tool
- 2A.4.7. Using the clone tool
- 2A.4.8. Using the spline tool
- 2A.4.9. Using the spline text tool
- 2A.4.10. Using the Measure Tool
- 2B.1.1. Introduction and configuration of PanoPainter
- 2B.1.2. Using convenient shortcuts
- 2B.1.3. Manage layers
- 2B.1.4. The brush tool in detail
- 2B.2.1. First steps: completing a 360° image by applying colors
- 2B.2.2. First steps: painting simple shapes in perspective in a 360° illustration
- 2B.2.3. First steps: completing a 360° image by drawing elements and characters
- 2B.2.4. Your first 360° illustration from A to Z: painting the room you're in
- 2B.2.5. 360° illustration from A to Z: it's up to you!
- 2B.3.1. Import an image into the scene without distortion
- 2B.3.2. Exporting your 360° illustration
- 2B.3.3. Open and modify our creation in an external 2D editor
- 6.1. Using the Timelapse tool
- 6.2. Using the Timeline tool
- 6.3. Using the 3DView + Depth (Cam) tool
- 6.4. Using the guides
- 3.1. Share on Kuula
- 3.2. Share on Roundme
- 3.3. Share on Facebook
- 3.4. Share on Instagram (360° format not supported)
- 3.5. Share on Flickr
- 3.6. Share on Behance
- 3.7. Share on Artstation
- 3.8. Share on Google Photos
- Problems encountered and solutions
- Exporting and importing into 3DCoat or PanoPainter a 360° view from Google Street View
- Sources of inspiration for your 360° illustration creations
- Creating 2D renders with fisheye effect from your 360° illustrations
- Turn your 360° illustrations into paper cubes
- Memo sheets in pdf format
- 3DCoat configuration files
- 3DCoat and PanoPainter source files for creating 360° illustrations
- Perspective grid to create a 360° illustration
The ultimate course to learn how to draw 360
If the course is not suitable for you, you can request a refund within 14 days of opening access to the course. To do so, simply send me an email at email@example.com with your refund request. The full refund will be issued within 30 days of your request. By requesting a refund, you permanently lose access to the course and future updates.
This course teaches you how to create your own 360° illustrations on the professional version of the 3DCoat software or on the PanoPainter software. You must have one of these two softwares. Learn more about 3DCoat and Panopainter
For digital drawing, I highly recommend using a graphics tablet.
There are some tutorials available on the internet to create 360° illustrations on Photoshop or Blender. However, I don't recommend these softwares to create your 360° illustrations from A to Z because they are not adapted enough for this use.
Have a question? Contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the little chat bubble available at the bottom right of your screen.
Access to the course is scheduled for July 31, 2021. Pre-ordering is available now.
The course, available for pre-order, is currently being created. After your purchase, you will be notified by email when your access is opened.