Train Seats

Mid-century inspired pattern

Train Seats

Mid-century inspired pattern

Train Seats

Following on from yesterday’s post about bus seats, we have a pattern which has some similarities and which is designed for similar modes of transport. In this particular case, however, it is shown as the pattern on the seats in a train.

Once again the pattern is shown at a fairly small-scale although in this particular case it does not have a strong horizontal element, the pattern being more or less equally divided. This, I think, lends itself well to double seating and I rather like the look of it in seats which face.

Once again the pattern is a colourful one with small shapes designed to enliven and amuse the traveller and so this is, of course, intended primarily for use where the journey time will be relatively short. In my opinion, longer journeys of an hour or greater should really use seats which are more relaxing. I will show suitable ‘long-range’ patterns at a later date.

The train was modelled in Cinema 4D with all of the modelling produced by me and I have, of course, produced all of the textures used.

You can also see larger versions of this and my other work 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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