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[MIA+05]  Sketchy Hairstyles

Mao:2005:SH (In proceedings)
Author(s)Mao X., Isobe S., Anjyo K.I. and Imamiya A.
Title« Sketchy Hairstyles »
InProceedings of Computer Graphics International (CGI'05, June 22--24, 2005, Stony Brook, New York, USA)
Page(s)142--147
Year2005
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
AddressLos Alamitos, CA
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Abstract
We present an intuitive, interactive modeling and rendering system for creating non-photorealistic hairstyle images. The main feature of our system lies in its user-friendly sketch interface that allows the user to generate his/her desired hairstyle simply by drawing a few free-form strokes on the 3D model of a scalp. Hairstyles are modeled with a polygon based technique called cluster polygons, and are rendered expressively to obtain non-photorealistic images similar to those found in hand-drawn animations and cartoons.

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              allows the user to generate his/her desired hairstyle simply by
              drawing a few free-form strokes on the 3D model of a scalp.
              Hairstyles are modeled with a polygon based technique called
              cluster polygons, and are rendered expressively to obtain
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