Are you looking for a custom NFT gallery to show off your creations or digital NFT collections? If so, you’re in the right place. iCreate are worldwide market leaders in the design of bespoke NFT galleries for various metaverse platforms such as Spatial.io. We can design your custom NFT gallery from the ground up allowing you can show off your work like never before.
A Custom NFT gallery is a space in the Metaverse where you can display your collection of NFT’s and where other users in the Metaverse can come and view them in a digital 3D world. A bit like a physical Art gallery where pieces of art can be hung on a wall, your digital NFT gallery can show off your purchased NFT collection or NFT work you have created where other can then admire or even purchase one of your NFTs for themselves.
If you are looking for your collection to stand out from the crowd, we can design and develop your own personal NFT gallery in platforms such as Spatial.io or Decentraland
iCreate has been creating and developing 3D environments for various industries for over the last 20 years.
We are now bringing our 20 years of expertise to Spatial.io by developing custom NFT galleries for individuals who want to show off their NFT collections or Artwork in the Metaverse. Our custom NFT galley are personalized to your vision, enabling you to stand out from the crowd in the evergrowing metaverse.
Our custom NFT galleries are as bespoke as you are. We want you to enable your individuality and develop your own identity within the metaverse. We can work with sketches, blueprints or even just the ideas you have in the back of your mind to bring to life your NFT gallery which will take on its own style and ambience, ready for you to invite people in!
Presentation is everything! If you are trying to show a collection of NFTs to potential customers, doing so in a space that is bespoke and embodies your own personal style can make the difference in getting the sale or not. Imagine selling a high-end sports car on the street, would your customer trust you and would it show off your car to its full potential? Now imagine selling that same car in a luxury showroom with the right ambience and attention to detail. iCreate can ensure your presentation is the best it can be while remaining unique and bespoke in the process.
iCreate is a specialist 3D Visualisation studio with a team of 14 professionals employed in-house in the UK, providing 3D modelling, rendering and animation services for the metaverse & Spatial.io. We provide the right visual solutions for every requirement, and we take a long term approach, ensuring that the 3D scenes we create can be adapted and updated over time as your projects evolve. We are “technology agnostic”, developing professional-grade, custom NFT galleries suitable for a wide range of metaverse and VR platforms including Spatial.io. And we pride ourselves on being easy and fun to work with!
Computer Generated Imagery, or CGI, refers to photorealistic 3D visualisations of new developments, created using advanced 3D modelling and rendering software. A static image of a new development is often referred to as “a CGI”.
Computer Generated Imagery is created by 3D visualisers working in 3D modelling software. Virtual 3D models of new developments are constructed based on the 2-dimensional architectural drawings (floorplans and elevations), and then realistic surface materials, landscaping and lighting effects are applied to those virtual models. Finally, virtual cameras are positioned to produce images of the models from selected viewpoints, or to move around the models to produce 3D flythroughs.
CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) provides a clear and compelling understanding of what a new home will look like, so that purchasers have the confidence to buy a new build property before it’s built. Accurate, detailed and photorealistic CGI builds confidence and clarity in the minds of prospective buyers, whilst also helping people to engage emotionally with what it could be like to live in a new home.
CGIs of new property developments are normally based on the architectural drawings – floorplans, elevations, site plans. If your architect has created a 3D model file (eg in SketchUp or Revit), this is a useful starting point for your 3D visualisation team but is not essential. Additional drawings such as sections, M&E plans, kitchen and bathroom plans, topographical surveys and landscaping plans may also be requested. A full and detailed specification will be required for external materials and landscaping. For internal CGI, a specification for internal materials, fixtures and fittings is required so that your 3D visualiser can ensure the CGI reflects exactly what you are intending to build. Interior designs can be provided in the form of mood boards or pinterest boards, or you can request that your 3D visualiser comes up with the interior designs to suit the aspirations of your ideal buyer. In most cases, your 3D visualiser will be happy to work with you to understand your vision, if there are any gaps in the drawings, plans or reference materials that you have available.
A 3D flythrough is a computer generated animation video that travels around a new property development, to show what it will look like, before it’s built. 3D flythroughs can tour the exterior and/or the interior of new property developments. They are created from virtual 3D models constructed within specialist 3D modelling software.
Professional Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) of a typical small development could range from £1,000 to £5,000. Most architectural visualisation companies will request to see your architectural plans in order to provide a fixed quote to create CGIs and/or 3D flythroughs of your property development, as the costs will depend on the size and complexity of the architecture to be modelled, as well as considerations like the number of different property types, whether you need internal views as well as externals, and whether you want static CGIs or 3D flythrough animations. Daily rates will typically range from £250 to £500 per day depending on the experience of the company, and projects can range from three days to ten days for simple projects. Larger, more complex developments can take weeks to visualise in 3D.
Single static CGIs can normally be delivered within a week, but there may be a lead time to book your project into the studio schedule. 3D flythroughs can take 4-6 weeks to produce because of the extent of 3D modelling involved but also because of the rendering time, which can add 10-14 days to the end of the project for large and complex animations. For a CGI package including images, animations and other property marketing materials, we recommend allowing 8-12 weeks. This provides time for your team to review work-in-progress and provide feedback as the CGI develops. No-one benefits when a project is rushed unnecessarily, and the best approach is to book your project in ahead of time to be sure of meeting your intended launch dates.
To obtain a price for your CGI project, you will normally be asked for your basic architectural plans (floorplans, elevations and site plan). Be clear about what you want – how many viewpoints? Static images and/or 3D flythrough animations? External and/or internal views? If you are not sure what you need, discuss your requirements with our project advisors. We are always delighted to talk through all the options and to make recommendations based on your needs and your budget.