06 Jul The Story Of That Beautiful 3D Room Rendering
Most of the Egowall-related images that we have shared online – whether screenshots or high-resolution pictures of available digital goods – show objects and living spaces as they appear in our browser-based game.
But on occasion, we have produced higher-quality renderings of our 3D environments.
Last week’s most popular post from our Instagram page was also one of our favorites – the King Bed w/Accessories, which is seen below.
This image was produced as a candidate splash screen for a proposed executable program. Ultimately, that application did not come to pass. But we thought that you would enjoy learning a bit more about the image, which always gets a great response (thanks!) when we have posted it to Instagram.
The living space is of contemporary styling with one wall painted a light aqua green (“Sedan”) and the other incorporating a wood grain (“Wood – Teak”). You can make similar customizations to any surface in Egowall.
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Among the game’s furniture items that are also seen in this gorgeous 3D rendering (produced with high-quality lighting using Autodesk 3ds Max) are :
- Theatre Sofa Leather w/Pillows – White
- Accent Pillow – Square Print (2)
- Ultramodern Side Table – Silver (2)
- Brushed Nickel Desk Lamp (2)
- 6-Legged Credenza – Black
- Organic Metal Sculpture – Silver
- Speaker – Tall (2)
- Decorative Stone Vase – Large Black
- Decorative Barrel Vase – Black Stone
- Floor Rug – Black
The three photographs visible in the image were all taken in downtown Dallas. From left to right, they are
- Museum Tower, the second-tallest all-residential building in the city
- the top of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, designed by famed Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava
- the W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences, a 33-story hotel and condominium building
Do you like this image? Do you want to see more like it? Let us know in the comments below.
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