New Textures

A composite nine materials from a new series

The right textures make a big difference to the look and presentation of any project and one of my main preoccupations is in trying to provide the right sort of textures for both furnishings and interior fitments.

I’m currently working on an Edwardian style house interior but, perhaps by way of light relief, I have been working to produce a range of perhaps more industrial or modern interior wall materials using Filter Forge. From the illustration above you can see a selection of nine of these in one particular series. The textures are designed to enhance the walls of modern houses and apartments as well as perhaps more commercial premises such as hotels, offices, shops and factory units.

If the material were real, it would be hard wearing, pleasant to the touch but not shiny or reflective. Obviously this material is not suited to an older style property although you can expect to see this used, perhaps extensively, on modern properties and developments.

This is not the only design of material that I produced recently and, if I have time, I will make another composite image of one of the other series of textures.

A full size image is on my Flickr page which is here.

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

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