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A more modern fabric design, or is it? ‘Atomic fabrics’ as they were called echoing the new discoveries in physics appeared throughout the 1950s creating a new and very modern style.

However, one glance at the colour scheme shows that this is a modern design although it does have very mid-century roots. It’s an idea that perhaps should be in use more today.

The work was created in Daz Studio using a Genesis 2 model and the Patti top while the pattern itself was made using Xara Designer.

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This fabric design is a simple one and it’s one that I really like but it’s also one that never looks as good turned into a virtual fabric as you think it should!

The colours used are mid-century and maybe the design is too since I am sure that a simple pattern like this must have been used then.

The whole was created in Daz Studio using a Genesis 2 model and the Patti top while the pattern itself was made using Xara Designer although begun in Illustrator.

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I really don’t like florals; it’s just a personal thing because I know a lot of people do. For that reason I don’t really do them, however, this is a sort of exception; it’s my mechanical version of florals!

This image uses the same background, model and clothing of the previous images in what I think is a better and more realistic render as I have adjusted the lighting. As before the pattern was created in Xara Designer and the scene was composed and rendered in Daz Studio.

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This fabric design is perhaps a more modern one than the designs I often use but it is nevertheless a star pattern!

The colours used are still mid-century and I am sure that the motifs, being universal ones, would have been in use although perhaps the placement and overall feel is more modern.

The backdrop is a very good one from, I think, Jack Tomalin and is available from Daz while the figure is a Genesis 2. A little different from the one I have been using but I think it looks all the better for being more of a picture. The pattern was created in Xara Designer although begun in Illustrator.

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There has been so much cycling on the TV recently that I thought I ought to join in and have a cycling pattern virtual fabric of my own.

This is a general purpose sort of design that looks so nice on the top I use as you can see. The pattern was designed with Xara designer and it is assembled and rendered in Daz Studio using a Genesis figure and the Patti top.