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Lee:2006:I3F2 (In proceedings)
Author(s)Lee S., Olsen S. and Gooch B.
Title« Interactive 3D Fluid Jet Painting »
InACM SIGGRAPH 2006 Conference Abstracts and Applications (SIGGRAPH Sketch, July 30--August 3, 2006, Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
Year2006
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York

Abstract
Painterly rendering is a technique that takes inspiration from traditional paintings, usually focusing on effects similar to those achieved with oil or acrylic paint, where the individual brush strokes are more or less perceived individually. The main idea is to render a scene projected on the image plane by a set of 2D vector paint strokes holding style attributes (color, texture, etc). This representation has the effect of abstracting the rendering by using primitives larger than pixels, and emphasizing the the 2D nature of the image through 2D paint strokes.

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  abstract = {Painterly rendering is a technique that takes inspiration from
              traditional paintings, usually focusing on effects similar to
              those achieved with oil or acrylic paint, where the individual
              brush strokes are more or less perceived individually. The main
              idea is to render a scene projected on the image plane by a set of
              2D vector paint strokes holding style attributes (color, texture,
              etc). This representation has the effect of abstracting the
              rendering by using primitives larger than pixels, and emphasizing
              the the 2D nature of the image through 2D paint strokes.},
  title = {{I}nteractive {3D} {F}luid {J}et {P}ainting},
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