Create Multilayered 360-degree Experiences
No more limiting tools or complicated 3D software.
ELEVATE 360 ART TO A HIGHER DIMENSION
Drawn2 puts the power back into the hands of the artist by making authenticity and craft the sole drivers of creativity.
Supports Major Image Formats
Create true 2D media in 360°
Drawn2 is the first naturalistic 360-degree design tool for 2D artists.
Hand-draw VR Animations
Other VR tools such as Tiltbrush®, Masterpiece®, and Medium® are actually 3D sculpting tools.
Create Dynamic 360 Art in Minutes
Drawn2 is a versatile 360 toolkit that provides an array of virtual reality solutions for 2D artists. No need for 3D layers or relying on 3D architectures. Take control of your own unique style and look, which can be difficult with 3D software. Create intricate “2D style” 360 assets for retro indie video games. Save 2D & VR versions simultaneously (even store a 3rd version). Convert 360 projects to other formats like equimap to cube-map. Packed with features such as a tutorial mode to customize 360 creation curriculum. See tutorial mode demo. And a storyboard mode to map out your vision for creative teams to follow in 360°. See storyboard mode demo.
2D to 360° — No Problem
Drawn2 makes multilayered 360 design and illustration accessible. Other programs provide ways to create 3D objects. However, Drawn2 lets you create actual 2D images in 360°, which from a stylistic point of view is 100% authentically 2D, so you don't have to convert your work into 3D postcards or be forced to use 3D layers. With Drawn2, you can use traditional 2D creation methods to design 360-degree content within minutes. All of the Photoshop features you are accustomed to will function the same while you work—layers, tools, features, and all.
There are many advantages of using 2D images to create 360-degree content (as opposed to using 3D objects). For one, 2D objects are much easier to manage, have fewer complexities, and are far more compatible with other programs and platforms. 2D images also have significantly smaller file sizes and require less processing power to render, to name a few.