Alcott’s Little Women: A Role-Playing Game? Part IV

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  1. HanaSuz says:

    Now that’s an opulent drawing room. Amy March would have loved it here. πŸ™‚

  2. Ruins says:

    I second the opulent comment!
    The wallpaper pattern looks so large and 3D it’s kinda scary. It looks somewhat organic, too. Does anyone else see what I mean?

    • Classic damask wallpaper patterns would have even been bigger than what I resized for this render. Here’s an example by Zoffany, a well-known wallpaper and fabric manufacturer. This page here has a very nice collection of rooms with damask wallpaper. These days damask patterned wallpapers are available in affordable materials, but a century or so ago they were very expensive, often in silk and having gold or silver threads woven into the intricate weaves. Having a room covered in silk damask would have been a display of wealth, perhaps more appropriate for the Moffats (who seemed to like to impress others with their affluence) than the Laurences.

      I do get your point about the particular wallpaper shown in the render. The combination of gold on red background could be rather overbearing.

  3. Ernest Miller says:

    Love what you did to the Ottavino – it looks better than the original. Since I built the original, I should know. Well done!

    enm

    • Thank you so much for visiting, and your kind words! Your original ottavino model was totally awesome–all I did was change the textures! I really appreciate your sharing this beautiful model, it was just perfect for this living room πŸ™‚

    • Thank you so much for visiting, and your kind words! Your original ottavino model was totally awesome–all I did was change the textures! I really appreciate your sharing this beautiful model, it was just perfect for this living room πŸ™‚

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