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[CE+91]  Wet and Sticky: Supporting Interaction with Wet Paint

Cockshott:1991:WSS (In proceedings)
Author(s)Cockshott T. and England D.
Title« Wet and Sticky: Supporting Interaction with Wet Paint »
InPeople and Computers IV, Proceedings of the HCI'91 Conference (Edinburgh, aug 1991)
SeriesBritish Computer Society Conference Series
Editor(s)Dan Diaper and Nicholas G. Hammond
Page(s)199--208
Year1991
PublisherCambridge University Press
AddressCambridge
Editor(s)Dan Diaper and Nicholas G. Hammond

Abstract
All current paint systems are based on the same conceptual model. This model does not actually model real paint as an artist would understand it, rather it is more akin to a potato-cut printing technique. This paper describes an interactive model of real paint, ``Wet and Sticky'', and its successor, ``Wet and Runny''. Both models provide the artist with a realistic, simulation of real, wet paint applied to a canvas.

BibTeX code
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  title = {{W}et and {S}ticky: {S}upporting {I}nteraction with {W}et {P}aint},
  abstract = {All current paint systems are based on the same conceptual model.
              This model does not actually model real paint as an artist would
              understand it, rather it is more akin to a potato-cut printing
              technique. This paper describes an interactive model of real
              paint, ``Wet and Sticky'', and its successor, ``Wet and Runny''.
              Both models provide the artist with a realistic, simulation of
              real, wet paint applied to a canvas.},
  year = {1991},
  pages = {199--208},
}

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