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[MT+06]  Textured Drawing Strokes Using Polygonized Paper Surface Illumination

Murakami:2006:TDS (In proceedings)
Author(s)Murakami K. and Tsuruno R.
Title« Textured Drawing Strokes Using Polygonized Paper Surface Illumination »
InResearch Posters at ACM SIGGRAPH 2006 (SIGGRAPH 2006, July 30--August 3, 2006, Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
Year2006
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York

Abstract
In the present study, we propose a method for generating the effects of any type of paper feature on drawing strokes by using 3D polygonal paper models. Based on the consideration of Murakami et al. [2005], the brightness on the paper illuminated from slanted directions is used for pigment deposition. In this improved method, the brightness of each polygon is estimated by an ordinal diffuse calculation. Moreover, this method generates the height field simultaneously that support controlling pigment deposition according to the various paper properties.

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  abstract = {In the present study, we propose a method for generating the
              effects of any type of paper feature on drawing strokes by using
              3D polygonal paper models. Based on the consideration of Murakami
              et al. [2005], the brightness on the paper illuminated from
              slanted directions is used for pigment deposition. In this
              improved method, the brightness of each polygon is estimated by an
              ordinal diffuse calculation. Moreover, this method generates the
              height field simultaneously that support controlling pigment
              deposition according to the various paper properties.},
  title = {{T}extured {D}rawing {S}trokes {U}sing {P}olygonized {P}aper
           {S}urface {I}llumination},
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