Even if you don't have an artistic bone in your body. The experience alone is ground breaking, I didn't think this would be so incredible with such a limited tool set and compared to something like Tilt brush it's more MS paint or GIMP to photoshop however even with such limited tools the possibilities feel endless.
I generally work with pencil and I'm not exactly an expert nor am I creative enough to not work from imgination but I'd reckon even for master artists this thing would be a kick in the balls, a start from scratch medium however it's not about what you create, my first Metal gear REX was a wonky mess and my second was only slightly more refined which but the experience of trying it out was incredible, tunes blaring in 5.1 virtual surround sound from spotify as I did so and the power of creating paint in thin air made me feel like a god, a futuristic bad ass.
Soon the site, http://www.coolpaintr.com/ where you'll be able to share and have a look at others work will be up and running and looking at the tweets https://twitter.com/CoolPaintrVR?lang=en so far it's going to be interesting.
The feeling alone and the sense of scale with the zoom button is beyond anything I've experienced in VR, I've had to take my headset of multiple times while using the zoom function because my brain couldn't handle going from a minature scale scene to something three times the size of my room, it genuinely tripped me out.
Do yourself a favour if you have PSVR and invest in this app, it's fantastic and if the developers can be believed they'll be expanding the tool set in time. This is a must own PSVR title up there with the heavy hitters like Moss, superhot and RE:7. Spreading virtual paint in a 3d space is a feeling like no other and scaling it is beyond comprehension until you go hands on.