They say you should never judge your own work so here on display is xar227 in its third incarnation as a modern pattern.

To show how versatile mid-century patterns are and how easy it is to convert them into a modern design, this began life as a 1950s motif which has been reworked with the colour scheme into something much more up to date. It was designed as a multi-purpose pattern that had, for that reason, to be simple and easy to manipulate. It is shown here as material but I will also show this same pattern used as a surface on a modern bangle.

The reason for the heading is that this was a pattern I worked very hard to create but which I ended up not liking. But, as it says, you should never judge your own work but leave that to others.


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

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