This is a rather colourful variation of the pattern posted previously, xar222 and is intended to be forceful and eye-catching.

I’ve had a little downtime for study which is why it has taken two months for this post to appear. Although based on mid-century motifs and styles, it will be immediately obvious that this is not a mid-century type material because of the colouring. One of the things that becomes apparent when you look at different materials over a period of time is the way the material became more colourful as the years progressed.

This is a nice pattern but I wish, with hindsight, that I had used slightly more muted colours. However, used in the right situation, this would be an excellent material.

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I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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