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[SAB+94]  Interactive Pen-and-Ink Illustration

Salisbury:1994:IPI (In proceedings)
Author(s)Salisbury M., Anderson S., Barzel R. and Salesin D.
Title« Interactive Pen-and-Ink Illustration »
InProceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 94 (Orlando, FL, July 24--29, 1994)
SeriesComputer Graphics Proceedings, Annual Conference Series
Editor(s)Andrew Glassner
Page(s)101--108
Year1994
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York
URLhttp://grail.cs.washington.edu/pub/abstracts.html#InteractivePenAndInk
Editor(s)Andrew Glassner
NoteAlso as technical report UW-CSE-94-01-07b

Abstract
We present an interactive system for creating pen-and-ink illustrations. The system uses stroke textures--collections of strokes arranged in different patterns--to generate texture and tone. The user ``paints'' with a desired stroke texture to achieve a desired tone, and the computer draws all of the individual strokes. The system includes support for using scanned or rendered images for reference to provide the user with guides for outline and tone. By following these guides closely, the illustration system can be used for interactive digital halftoning, in which stroke textures are applied to convey details that would otherwise be lost in this black-and-white medium. By removing the burden of placing individual strokes from the user, the illustration system makes it possible to create fine stroke work with a purely mouse-based interface. Thus, this approach holds promise for bringing high-quality black-and-white illustration to the world of personal computing and desktop publishing.

BibTeX code
@inproceedings{Salisbury:1994:IPI,
  www = {ftp://ftp.cs.washington.edu/tr/1994/01/UW-CSE-94-01-07b.PS.Z},
  optcitations =
                  {Cockshott:1992:MTP,Finkelstein:1994:MC,Haeberli:1990:PBN,Saito:1990:CRD,Strassmann:1986:HB,Ulichney:1987:DH,Winkenbach:1994:CGP},
  author = {Michael P. Salisbury and Sean E. Anderson and Ronen Barzel and David
            H. Salesin},
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  series = CGPACS,
  optannote = {ISBN 0-89791-667-0},
  editor = {Andrew Glassner},
  url = {http://grail.cs.washington.edu/pub/abstracts.html#InteractivePenAndInk},
  address = {New York},
  localfile = {papers/Salisbury.1994.IPI.pdf},
  publisher = {ACM Press},
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  doi = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/192161.192185},
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  note = {Also as technical report UW-CSE-94-01-07b},
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  title = {{I}nteractive {P}en-and-{I}nk {I}llustration},
  abstract = {We present an interactive system for creating pen-and-ink
              illustrations. The system uses stroke textures--collections of
              strokes arranged in different patterns--to generate texture and
              tone. The user ``paints'' with a desired stroke texture to achieve
              a desired tone, and the computer draws all of the individual
              strokes. The system includes support for using scanned or rendered
              images for reference to provide the user with guides for outline
              and tone. By following these guides closely, the illustration
              system can be used for interactive digital halftoning, in which
              stroke textures are applied to convey details that would otherwise
              be lost in this black-and-white medium. By removing the burden of
              placing individual strokes from the user, the illustration system
              makes it possible to create fine stroke work with a purely
              mouse-based interface. Thus, this approach holds promise for
              bringing high-quality black-and-white illustration to the world of
              personal computing and desktop publishing.},
  year = {1994},
  pages = {101--108},
}

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