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Found 3 item(s) authored in "1986".

Proceedings Computer Graphics as Artistic Expression
Herbert W. Franke.
Essays from the Siggraph '86 Art Show Catalog, 1986. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Hairy brushes

Author(s): Steve Strassmann.
Proceedings: SIGGRAPH '86: Proceedings of the 13th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques, pp. 225--232, New York, NY, USA, ACM Press, 1986.
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Paint brushes are modeled as a collection of bristles which evolve over the course of the stroke, leaving a realistic image of a sumi brush stroke. The major representational units are (1) Brush: a compound object composed of bristles, (2) Stroke: a trajectory of position and pressure, (3) Dip: a description of the application of paint to a class of brushes, and (4) Paper: a mapping onto the display device. This modular system allows experimentation with various stochastic models of ink flow and color change. By selecting from a library of brushes, dips, and papers, the stroke can take on a wide variety of expressive textures.

Article Production of artistic images with "ART PROCESSOR"
Masaki Takakura, Yoji Noguchi, Hideo Takemura, Keisuke Iwasaki, Yasukuni Yamane, Kenji Hatakenaka, Noritoshi Kako.
The Visual Computer, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 102--105, May, 1986. [BibTeX]

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