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[DOM+01]  Decoupling Strokes and High-Level Attributes for Interactive Traditional Drawing

Durand:2001:DSH (In proceedings)
Author(s)Durand F., Ostromoukhov V., Miller M., Duranleau F. and Dorsey J.
Title« Decoupling Strokes and High-Level Attributes for Interactive Traditional Drawing  »
InRendering Techniques 2001. Proceedings of the 12th Eurographics Workshop on Rendering, (London, jun 2001)
Editor(s)S. J. Gortler and K. Myszkowski
Page(s)71--82
Year2001
PublisherSpringer-Verlag
AddressBerlin · Heidelberg · New York
URLhttp://graphics.csail.mit.edu/~fredo/PUBLI/Drawing/
Editor(s)S. J. Gortler and K. Myszkowski

Abstract
We present an interactive system, which allows the user to produce drawings in a variety of traditional styles. It takes as input an image and performs semi-automatic tonal modeling. Our system shifts tedious technical aspects to the computer side, while providing the user with freedom on the creative and aesthetic side. The user has low-level control over stroke placement, and high-level control over the tone, smudging and amount of detail. The drawing is rendered in real-time. The basic component is a thresholding model of strokes that can simulate a large class of styles (e.g. pencil, charcoal, engraving). It provides a controllable simulation of the variation of pencil pressure or stroke thickness traditionally used in tonal modeling. We introduce a novel fast equilibration approach for the resulting thresholding structure. The user can specify smudging and control the amount of detail over each part of the drawing.

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  abstract = {We present an interactive system, which allows the user to produce
              drawings in a variety of traditional styles. It takes as input an
              image and performs semi-automatic tonal modeling. Our system
              shifts tedious technical aspects to the computer side, while
              providing the user with freedom on the creative and aesthetic
              side. The user has low-level control over stroke placement, and
              high-level control over the tone, smudging and amount of detail.
              The drawing is rendered in real-time. The basic component is a
              thresholding model of strokes that can simulate a large class of
              styles (e.g. pencil, charcoal, engraving). It provides a
              controllable simulation of the variation of pencil pressure or
              stroke thickness traditionally used in tonal modeling. We
              introduce a novel fast equilibration approach for the resulting
              thresholding structure. The user can specify smudging and control
              the amount of detail over each part of the drawing.},
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