Furnishing Fabric Ai225

Furnishing fabric

As I explained previously, I wanted to create a new fabric for the chairs that I’m going to use in Daz Studio and one which looked a little more colourful.

After a lot of thought and looking through the various patterns that I have already created over the years I decided to use a check pattern. This one is quite bold yet the colours harmonise well with the wooden furniture and would look good with most other colour variations in either this room or the other apartment which I have already posted. In fact, while preparing this render, I wondered whether it might be better to use this particular set in Daz Studio along with this sofa and chair. I just need to do some finishing work on the cushions and the chair structure while the other furnishings in the room are probably satisfactory as they stand.

Coming back to the fabric, as I said previously, furnishing fabrics should be pleasant yet not take centre stage. Check patterns are very good for this since they can contain a variety of colours and yet they do not catch the eye.

To make this more of a picture I have used a wide-screen render and I have to be honest and say that I am quite pleased with both the pattern and the picture that has been produced. This set was designed as a penthouse suite and I like the textures and dimensions so I will attempt to make this work in Daz Studio. That will then give me to sets two use for creating slightly more artistic pictures than simply architectural visualisations.

You can see the pic at full size on my Flickr page here.

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

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