What is a mood board for textiles?

Mood boards are a great reference point for starting your surface pattern designs. They enable you to visually communicate your ideas and allow you to collate all your inspiration together in one place. There are no rules for creating mood boards but they should convey your theme, colour and motif direction.

How do I make a fabric mood board?

There are three steps to making a moodboard:

  1. Brainstorm your theme. You probably have some ideas in mind from the get-go.
  2. Collect your elements. Take your early sources of inspiration, then challenge yourself to think outside of the box to find more.
  3. Review, curate and present your board.

What are the 4 components of a mood board?

10 Elements for Powerful Mood Boards

  • Colors. A pretty essential item here, colors, but don’t only pull together those already combined color palettes.
  • Type.
  • Patterns.
  • Textures.
  • Illustrations.
  • Icons.
  • Logos.
  • Lifestyle Images.

What is fabric made of?

First, “fabric” is a material made by entwining fibers together. Generally, a fabric is named after the fiber user to manufacture it; some fabrics will even use a blend of different fibers. The fabric is then named depending on the fiber(s) used, its pattern and texture and the production process implemented.

How do I make an online mood board?

How to make a mood board

  1. Open Canva. Launch Canva on mobile or desktop and sign up with your email, Facebook or Google account.
  2. There’s a template for every theme with Canva’s wide range of mood board templates. Just click on a template to start designing.
  3. Explore features.
  4. Keep customizing.
  5. Save and share.

How do you present a mood board to a client?

Here are 15 creative ways to show potential clients your mood boards.

  1. Going Old-School.
  2. Real-World Objects.
  3. Going Larger Than Life.
  4. Reference Known Works of Entertainment.
  5. Pick Just One Theme and Stick With It.
  6. Minimalistic Mood Boards.
  7. Choose a LARGE Focal Point.
  8. Consciously Choose a Specific Style.