- Frames amount30
- Best quality maximum size256x256
- Type3-Dimensional, Grayscale
- Source fileMAX
- Adjustable SVG (vector)Not available
Source file in 3DS Max format included with purchase
A loading animated image with Egretia altcoin logo which has been printed on a revolving black gold token with a shiny surface. The logotype is drawn with a silver surface. It revolves around it`s own axis on a sheer background. The round model has a rim with a reeded edge. The model also has an engraved legend crypted in binary code - 1`s and 0`s and a circle betwixt the legend and the logo of the cryptocurrency. This animation sequence is composed of 30 frames. The amount of frames can be set up by the generator form in order to save on the file size, but this will decrease smoothness of motion. Raising the speed of rotation might make the animation smoother, in case you choose to decrease the frames quantity. The object rotates contraclockwise, but the direction could be edited from within the generator form. The greatest image size is 256 to 256 pixels, but the animated image may be made to be 512 to 512 pixels. In case you have a requirement for more advanced animation sequence management functions, you could upload the downloaded to Animizer - our GIF/APNG animation editor tool. The animated image might be downloaded for web-sites or articles written for Egretia cryptocurrency that describes the cryptocoin or recalls it. Usually this kind of illustrations are used in the catalogues of Initial Coin Offerings (ICO`s) or the launched cryptotoken. The illustrations can also present the acceptance of the cryptocurrency as a way of payment or a contribution to a project. loading animation has been colorized with dark colors to make it available for colorization. In other words, if modify the color in the modification form, the coin will get colors closer to the chosen colors. The source file of the animation is in 3DS Max (2017, VRay) format and could be downloaded for 3D printers but may require particular modifications due to the fact that it has not been optimized for 3D printers.