A Research in Real Scenery Derived Pattern and the Virtual Design of Home Textiles

Jingyuan SONG, Yuqi WANG, Daiyang LI


As an important form of artistic expression, real scenery derived pattern is an unique new pattern that possesses a special characteristic and eminently demonstrates natural real scenery. With an advantage of being real, it looks closer to nature. Combine the concept of real scenery derived pattern, this paper analyzes the real pattern creation techniques and shaping tactics, and fusion with home textiles, as well as personalized pattern innovation in home textile. It provides theoretical foundation for the study of real scenery derived patterns design in home textiles. 


Pattern; Real scenery derived pattern; Home textile; Design

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7512


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