Mid-century fabric

Mid-century fabric

Yes, this is a fairly uninspiring fabric pattern, I agree, but I have done my best to make it as attractive a proposition as I can!

The pattern is a simple dot, the sort of design that adorned many a business or interview outfit in the 1950s and 60s. It is a lasting design of course and can be found even to this day – and used for many a similar purpose.

The image is in fact part of a character that I am presently working on. The background is a stage set and the model is Ginger, a Daz Genesis 2 character, who is a singer and dancer; the skirt is Neat Pleats.

The pattern was put together in Xara Designer and the image created in Daz Studio 4.7 and finished in Photoshop.

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

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