• Everest Park 3D Previews Everest

    Everest Park 3D

    His Majesty the EVEREST!

    Here at last is the protagonist of the scenario: Everest at 8848 m (29,029 ft) is the roof of our planet! I used 4K textures made from photos in HD resolution, especially for the two most popular slopes (alpine): South South-West (Nepalese) and North Northwest (Chinese / Tibetan).

    Everest Park 3D

    The 3D model positioned on mesh, with great skill by Fabio, has exactly the altitude of 8848 m. For all other 3D models it has been respected their altitude.

    Everest Park 3D

    Here are the first official screen shots of Everest that represent the true goal of the scenery. It was chosen the pre-monsoon period, so before the heavy rains / snows, where the same Everest in certain picture is almost no snow. The reason is related to the strong winds at high altitudes sweep away the "grains of ice / snow" by showing the rocks below. Famous the large yellow band just below the summit pyramid, very well visible even from great distances, a feature shared with other mountains but that for the Everest is a "sign" of recognition.

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