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[KMM+02]  WYSIWYG NPR: Drawing Strokes Directly on 3D Models

Kalnins:2002:WND (Article)
Author(s)Kalnins R., Markosian L., Meier B., Kowalski M., Lee J., Davidson P., Webb M., Hughes J. and Finkelstein A.
Title« WYSIWYG NPR: Drawing Strokes Directly on 3D Models »
JournalACM Transactions on Graphics, Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 2002 (San Antonio, TX, July 21--26, 2002)
Volume21
Number3
Page(s)755--762
Year2002
AddressNew York
URLhttp://www.cs.princeton.edu/gfx/pubs/Kalnins_2002_WND/

Abstract
We present a system that lets a designer directly annotate a 3D model with strokes, imparting a personal aesthetic to the non-photorealistic rendering of the object. The artist chooses a ``brush'' style, then draws strokes over the model from one or more viewpoints. When the system renders the scene from any new viewpoint, it adapts the number and placement of the strokes appropriately to maintain the original look.

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  title = {{WYSIWYG NPR}: {D}rawing {S}trokes {D}irectly on {3D} {M}odels},
  abstract = {We present a system that lets a designer directly annotate a 3D
              model with strokes, imparting a personal aesthetic to the
              non-photorealistic rendering of the object. The artist chooses a
              ``brush'' style, then draws strokes over the model from one or
              more viewpoints. When the system renders the scene from any new
              viewpoint, it adapts the number and placement of the strokes
              appropriately to maintain the original look. },
  year = {2002},
  pages = {755--762},
}

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