- Stardew Valley fans enjoy the game’s cozy art style, lovable characters, and high replay value, leading to a vibrant community of creative fan art.
- One talented fan, -sea-fish-, created a photo-realistic recreation of the game’s iconic farmhouse using SketchUp and Lumion, impressing fans with its attention to detail.
- Fans can look forward to an upcoming update and new content related to the game, including a live concert tour and the highly anticipated 1.6 update.
A talented Stardew Valley fan made an incredibly realistic recreation of the game’s iconic farmhouse. Stardew Valley has become one of the most successful indie games of all time, enchanting fans with its cozy art style, lovable characters, and high replay value. Due to the darling aesthetic of the farming sim, creative fan art is very popular within the game’s community.
Whether players are looking for a casual experience or striving to achieve perfection in Stardew Valley, there are tons of unique ways to enjoy this beloved title. The game itself offers unique experiences in each playthrough, with players able to choose from seven unique farm layouts, several marriage candidates, and even two distinct narrative choices for the story’s main progression. With many players also enjoying speedruns and other challenges, there are many fun ways to experience life in the valley. Regardless of how one chooses to play, one staple remains in every Stardew Valley experience: the player’s farmhouse.
Stardew Valley Fan Creates Adorable Quilt Based on the Farmer’s Dog
A creative quilter finds inspiration in cozy life-sim Stardew Valley and creates a big quilt featuring the farmer’s pet dog.
One talented fan, -sea-fish-, has shared their photo-realistic recreation of the iconic farmhouse. Using SketchUp to draw the house and Lumion for textures, -sea-fish- rendered the farmhouse as it would appear in real life. The images include recognizable details like the green window shades, wood stack, brick fireplace, and even the player’s television. The render is based on the early-game version of the building, before players upgrade and customize the Stardew Valley farmhouse.
Fans loved the realistic images of every Stardew Valley player’s home base, with some fans even thinking the darling farmhouse might be real. One comment wished that it was a real rental property where fans could stay, and others simply wished they could live there. Sadly, this render of the farmhouse is only digital, and Stardew fans can only dream of visiting the beloved building in real life. However, with Stardew Valley’s creator announcing a live concert tour, there could be potential for other real-world experiences related to the game in the future.
For now, though, ConcernedApe is working on plenty of content that fans can look forward to. Stardew Valley’s highly anticipated 1.6 update is currently in development, in addition to a brand-new title from ConcernedApe, Haunted Chocolatier. With new Stardew content on the way, including potential new holiday events and outfits for the townspeople, there is sure to be a lot of new content to inspire the paintings, baked goods, and handmade crafts of creatives in the Stardew Valley community.
Stardew Valley is a hit Indie release that spawned a cult following thanks to its similarities to titles like Harvest Moon and The Sims. Players will take control of their own characters as they are dropped into the eponymous Stardew Valley and given an old dilapidated farm. They’ll cultivate new crops and relationships with the NPCs scattered around the area, as well as combat monsters and embark on other quests.
- February 26, 2016
- How Long To Beat
- 53 Hours