NVIDIA announced this week that NVIDIA Canvas 1.4 is now available with this week’s Panorama beta, and 3D artist Dan ‘Greenskull’ Dan ‘Greenskull’ Dan ‘Greenskull’ ) Dan ‘Greenskull’ Hammill shared his AIpowered creative process on NVIDIA’s official blog. NVIDIA Canvas 1.4 adds a Panorama mode to create 4K equirectangular landscapes for 3D workflows, allowing graphic designers to apply Canvas AIgenerated scenes in their workflows for quick and easy iteration. Watch the short 3minute demo video below to learn more about the new panorama now available in NVIDIA Canvas 1.4.
“The therapeutic nature of landscape painting requires me to slow things down and unleash my inner artist,” said Greenskull. “The legendary Bob Ross clearly inspires me in the way I speak during my videos. I want the viewer to be captivated by the technology and relaxed by the content.”
NVIDIA Canvas 1.4
“NVIDIA Canvas lets you draw with AI! The new update has a panorama mode that allows you to create 360degree images for use in 3D applications such as the skybox in a video game. In this video, I draw an ocean bay and then import it into Unreal Engine 5. An update is now available for NVIDIA Canvas, a free beta application that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to help artists quickly turn simple brushstrokes into realistic landscapes. This version 1.4 update includes a new panorama mode that 3D artist Dan “Greenskull” Hammill is exploring this week at the NVIDIA studio.”
Full details of 3D artist Dan “Greenskull” Hammill’s workload can be found on NVIDIA’s official blog at the link below.
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