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[Bru06]  Curve Synthesis by Example

Brunn:2006:CSE (Master's thesis)
Author(s)Brunn M.
Title« Curve Synthesis by Example »
SchoolUniversity of Calgary
Year2006
AddressCanada

Abstract
In this thesis, we present a method for constructing curves based on a nearly exact reproduction of a given set of silhouettes and contour-based line drawn work. We capture these line drawings with multiresolution analysis based on reverse subdivision, which extracts the characteristics of the drawn stroke. These captured styles are saved in a library and can then be applied to newly drawn strokes, letting a user create new drawings with the look of the original. We also support the use of styles with gaps or discontinuities, and can repeat a short style section seamlessly over a longer curve. We demonstrate results from both scanned images and interactive sketches, showing how we can capture these types of complex curves and let users without particular drawing skills easily reproduce them.

BibTeX code
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  author = {Meru Brunn},
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  title = {{C}urve {S}ynthesis by {E}xample},
  abstract = {In this thesis, we present a method for constructing curves based
              on a nearly exact reproduction of a given set of silhouettes and
              contour-based line drawn work. We capture these line drawings with
              multiresolution analysis based on reverse subdivision, which
              extracts the characteristics of the drawn stroke. These captured
              styles are saved in a library and can then be applied to newly
              drawn strokes, letting a user create new drawings with the look of
              the original. We also support the use of styles with gaps or
              discontinuities, and can repeat a short style section seamlessly
              over a longer curve. We demonstrate results from both scanned
              images and interactive sketches, showing how we can capture these
              types of complex curves and let users without particular drawing
              skills easily reproduce them.},
  school = {University of Calgary},
  address = {Canada},
  localfile = {papers/Brunn.2006.CSE.pdf},
  year = {2006},
}

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