Wallpaper Made With Filter Forge


Creating rooms in 3D is a simple enough task but making them look realistic for the period that you want is much more difficult.

At 20th Century 3D we attempt to make patterns and designs for fabric, wall coverings and paper that resemble, or take their inspiration from, British mid-century ideas or creations. One of the problems is to create realistic looking mid-century wallpaper where the wallpaper merely plays a supporting role and should not dominate the image. This is doubly difficult since most of the wallpaper designs that we create are intended to be eye-catching rather than fade into the background.

This wallpaper pattern (which you will see used on a wall shortly) is an ideal mid-century style design that is intended not to be noticeable but to be in keeping with the mid-century style of the room. It was created with Filter Forge using a filter called “If These Walls Could Talk” by Poly77. Of course, and this is one of the major benefits of using Filter Forge, it can be made in whatever colour is required.

You can also see larger versions of this and our other work on our Flickr page which is here.

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

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