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Another idea for the Dunes hub has been shown by the team.

@ShibTheMV, the official Twitter account for the SHIB Metaverse team, has shown off more concept art of Dunes, one of the digital locations that will be very important to Shib metaverse.

The Shiba Inu Metaverse team talked about Dunes’s first and second ideas, which The Crypto Basic wrote about last month. The first two pieces of art were in black and white, but the picture of Dunes, which was just released, shows the digital location in color.

The new artwork shows off the beauty of Dunes and gives users a sense of how the hub will feel. @ShibTheMV said in a tweet:

“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, it’s shaped, and welcomes an adventurous and modern place, full of glitzy architecture and cooling waters.”


How Dunes Artwork Was Made

The fact that Dunes is one of the digital hubs that will be important to the Shiba Inu metaverse is worth noting. The team said that the Dunes hub was inspired by places like Sossusvlei Park in Namibia, Sand Dune National Park in the U.S. state of Colorado, the Sahara Desert, and other places.

Dunes’s plants were also inspired by the Camel Thorn Tree, Nara Melons, Welwitschia, Twigs, Bushel, and other plants. The concept art for The Dunes shows a place with sand, oasis towns, and skyscrapers.

What the Metaverse means to Shiba Inu

The new concept art for Dunes shows how dedicated the team working on Shiba Inu Metaverse is to the project. Before showing off the art for Dunes, the team had already shown off the concept art for Canyon, WAGMI Temple, and Rocket Pond, among others.

SHIB: The Metaverse will be an important part of the ecosystem of the Shiba Inu. The project will make Shiba Inu even more useful and help it lose its “meme dog” label. Together with the popular visualization studio THE THIRD FLOOR, Shiba Inu is making the metaverse. Shiba Inu’s Metaverse team has also added top professionals. Marcie Jastrow, an entertainment expert with 20 years of experience, joined the Shiba Inu Metaverse team, as was reported. Sherri Cuono, who was part of the team that made the first iPhone game, was also added to Shiba Inu.


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