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[BBT+06]  Interactive Hatching and Stippling by Example

Barla:2006:IHS (Technical report)
Author(s)Barla P., Breslav S., Thollot J. and Markosian L.
Title« Interactive Hatching and Stippling by Example »
InstitutionINRIA
Year2006
AddressFrance
URLhttp://artis.inrialpes.fr/Publications/2006/BBTM06/

Abstract
We describe a system that lets a designer interactively draw patterns of strokes in the picture plane, then guide the synthesis of similar patterns over new picture regions. Synthesis is based on an initial user-assisted analysis phase in which the system recognizes distinct types of strokes (hatching and stippling) and organizes them according to perceptual grouping criteria. The synthesized strokes are produced by combining properties (e.g., length, orientation, parallelism, proximity) of the stroke groups extracted from the input examples. We illustrate our technique with a drawing application that allows the control of attributes and scale-dependent reproduction of the synthesized patterns.

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  author = {Pascal Barla and Simon Breslav and Jo{\"e}lle Thollot and Lee
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  abstract = {We describe a system that lets a designer interactively draw
              patterns of strokes in the picture plane, then guide the synthesis
              of similar patterns over new picture regions. Synthesis is based
              on an initial user-assisted analysis phase in which the system
              recognizes distinct types of strokes (hatching and stippling) and
              organizes them according to perceptual grouping criteria. The
              synthesized strokes are produced by combining properties (e.g.,
              length, orientation, parallelism, proximity) of the stroke groups
              extracted from the input examples. We illustrate our technique
              with a drawing application that allows the control of attributes
              and scale-dependent reproduction of the synthesized patterns.},
  title = {{I}nteractive {H}atching and {S}tippling by {E}xample},
  year = {2006},
  institution = {INRIA},
}

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