I currently try to add more effects into my photos.
In my next project, I would like to add light beams representing the perspective.
For the lack of the better example, these light blue beams from the game Detroit: Become Human are probably the closest to what I need to accomplish. Please note that the beams do not go only into the depth (Z axis) but also create several matrices in X and Y axes on certain depth treshold.
While trying, I found that
Creating a 2d grid and duplicating and shrinking to emulate depth does not work. (Obviously, in the hindsight)
Using Vanishing point filter in the Photoshop I managed to create somewhat OK borders, but it does not generate the grid inside.
If possible at all, I would like to avoid creating each line separately using line tool, as that would take a ridiculous amount of time to space and align the lines correctly. Also, the vanishing point will not be necessary in the middle of the screen.
I wonder if there is a trick, tool or prerecorded action to make this easier.
Also, while my PC has specs to deal with 3D rendering capabilities of Photoshop, I have no prior experience with it, nor do I believe that to be the right tool to use, since these beams will be blended to the 2D photo afterwards.
Thanks in advance