Furnishing Fabrics Second Part

Modern furnishing fabric patterns

Modern furnishing fabric patterns

These are the other two furnishing fabrics created with the program Filter Forge and it follows on from yesterday’s post.

These are similar patterns but they seem, on the face of it, a little more complex but in fact they were made with the same filter. As a texture for virtual furnishings they give a very good representation, I believe, of how the design would look if it were a fabric.

Again, it goes without saying that these patterns have the same versatility and scope, as well as the same intricate and beguiling colour variations that are present in the first two examples. I am, I have to say, very pleased with the results obtained with this filter and with the look and presentation that this texture brings to the furniture.

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

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