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[GK+03]  ``Nijimi'' Rendering Algorithm for Creating Quality Black Ink Paintings

Guo:2003:NRA (In proceedings)
Author(s)Guo Q. and Kunii T.
Title« ``Nijimi'' Rendering Algorithm for Creating Quality Black Ink Paintings »
InProceedings of Computer Graphics International 2003 (CGI 2003, July 09--11, 2003, Tokyo, Japan)
Page(s)152--161
Year2003
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
AddressLos Alamitos, CA

Abstract
The paper presents an interactive painting system for generating high quality and artistic calligraphy characters and black ink paintings. The system is based on our original algorithm that is unique in physically simulating the dynamic diffusion of liquid ink into absorbent painting paper. The algorithm creates remarkably realistic strokes efficiently. For rendering 20 strokes in different size, it takes only 30 seconds on a personal computer, fast enough for interactive performance. By using this system, the users can create realistic strokes with delicate ``nijimi''-rendering, ``kasure''-rendering effects, which are essential to black ink painting and modern calligraphy.

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              unique in physically simulating the dynamic diffusion of liquid
              ink into absorbent painting paper. The algorithm creates
              remarkably realistic strokes efficiently. For rendering 20 strokes
              in different size, it takes only 30 seconds on a personal
              computer, fast enough for interactive performance. By using this
              system, the users can create realistic strokes with delicate
              ``nijimi''-rendering, ``kasure''-rendering effects, which are
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  title = {``{N}ijimi'' {R}endering {A}lgorithm for {C}reating {Q}uality {B}lack
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