See the couple canoodling? The cyclist?
They’re 2D props, not real 3D renders.
As I’ve discussed before, the more characters you have to render, the greater the strain on your computer and the slower it goes.
Enter RiverSoft Art’s Now-Crowd Billboards. Pre-rendered 2D characters that can be positioned from 72 different angles, react to lighting, and cast shadows.
They’re essentially high-tech standees. 2D cardboard cut outs that help fill out background scenes without killing your computer.
This product was lifesaver here, as the brownstone set was unusually resource intensive.
I think they work well in this instance...less so on the next page, but we’ll get to their limitations.
Video Killed The Instagram Star
Where exactly is this video being posted?
Shield’s phone is buzzing as if she’s receiving notifications, but the post is authored by RedPill. Maybe he posted it to his own Instagram account (sorry, PolarCard) and then Danielle shared it?
Of course, this video does nothing to stop the trolling onslaught, and, if anything, intensifies it.
3127 P Street NW is a real Washington, D.C. brownstone in Georgetown. Rent must be steep as this place was last listed at $3.6 million.