The third Dunes concept art has been made public by the Shiba Inu Metaverse team.
The SHIB Metaverse team’s official Twitter account, @ShibTheMV, has released another piece of concept art for Dunes, one of the virtual areas that will be crucial to the Shib metaverse.
The Shiba Inu Metaverse team shared Dunes’s first and second conceptions, as reported earlier month.
The newly-released image of Dunes is a coloured portrayal of the virtual location, in contrast to the first two artworks’ representations of the exact location in black and white.
The new artwork gives users a notion of the hub’s atmosphere by showcasing the beauty of the Dunes. Twitter user @ShibTheMV stated:
“Come & stay a while at the scenic Dunes! Upon gazing beyond, you discover an oasis of sorts, yet this oasis is like no other. It’s massive, shaped, and welcomes an adventurous and modern place, full of glitzy architecture and cooling waters.”
The Inspiration Behind the Dunes Hub
Significantly, one of the digital nodes that will be crucial to the Shiba Inu metaverse is Dunes.
The team indicated that the Dunes hub’s inspiration came from various places, including the Sahara Desert, Sand Dune National Park in Colorado, and Sossusvlei Park in Namibia.
Dunes also drew inspiration from plants like the camel thorn tree, Nara melons, welwitschia, twigs, and bushel.
Concept art for The Dunes depicts a landscape with oases, skyscrapers, and plenty of sand.
The Metaverse Will Play an Essential Role in the Shiba Inu Ecosystem
It is important to note how dedicated the Shiba Inu Metaverse crew is to the project based on the new Dunes concept art.
The team previously published the concept art for other SHIB: The Metaverse characters, such as Canyon, WAGMI Temple, and Rocket Pond, before revealing Dunes’ piece.
The SHIB Metaverse will significantly impact the Shiba Inu ecosystem, and the effort will increase Shiba Inu’s usefulness and assist it in losing its meme coin tag.
Shiba Inu are building the metaverse in collaboration with the well-known visualisation company THE THIRD FLOOR. Top experts have also joined Shiba Inu’s Metaverse team.
Marcie Jastrow, a seasoned entertainment professional with 20 years of experience, joined the Shiba Inu Metaverse team, as was previously reported.
Sherri Cuono, a member of the group that created the first iPhone game, has also joined Shiba Inu.