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Found 10 item(s) authored in "1994".

Article Computer Art that Isn't
Dave Sims.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, pp. 4--6, 1994. [BibTeX]

Article Computer Generated Copper Plates
Wolfgang Leister.
Computer Graphics Forum, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 69--77, 1994. [BibTeX]

Article Computer Graphics System for Reproducing Three-Dimensional Shape from Idea Sketch
Makoto Akeo, Hiroshi Hashimoto, Taisuke Kobayashi, Tetsuo Shibusawa.
Computer Graphics Forum, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 477--488, 1994. [BibTeX]

Technical Report Computer-Generated Pen-and-Ink Illustration
George Winkenbach, David H. Salesin.
Department of Computer Science & Engineering, No. 94-01-08b, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, 23 June, 1994. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Drawing and Animation Using Skeletal Strokes

Author(s): Siu Chi Hsu, Irene H. H. Lee.
Proceedings: Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 94, pp. 109--118, July, 1994.
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Abstract:
The use of skeletal strokes is a new vector graphics realization of the brush and stroke metaphor using arbitrary pictures as 'ink'. It is based on an idealized 2D deformation model defined by an arbitrary path. Its expressiveness as a general brush stroke replacement and efficiency for interactive use make it suitable as a basic drawing primitive in drawing programs as well as windowing and page description systems. This paper presents our drawing and animation system, 'Skeletal Draw', based on skeletal strokes. The effectiveness of the system in stylish picture creation is illustrated with various pictures made with it. Decisions made in the handling of sub-strokes in a higher order stroke and recursive strokes are discussed. The general anchoring mechanism in the skeletal stroke framework allows any arbitrary picture deformation to be abstracted into a single stroke. Its extension to piecewise continuous anchoring and the anchoring of shear angle and stroke width are explained. We demonstrated how this mechanism allows us to build up powerful pseudo-3D models which are particularly useful in the production of 2½D cartoon drawings and animation. Animation sequences have been made to illustrate the ideas, including a vector graphics based motion blurring technique.

Article How to Render Frames and Influence People
Thomas Strothotte, Bernhard Preim, Andreas Raab, Jutta Schumann, David R. Forsey.
Computer Graphics Forum, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 455--466, 1994. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Interactive Pen-and-Ink Illustration
Michael P. Salisbury, Sean E. Anderson, Ronen Barzel, David H. Salesin.
SIGGRAPH 94 Conference Proceedings, pp. 101--108, July, 1994. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Multiresolution painting and compositing
Deborah F. Berman, Jason T. Bartell, David H. Salesin.
21st annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques, pp. 85--90, 1994. [BibTeX]

PhD Thesis Non-photorealistic Rendering: A Critical Examination and Proposed System
Simon Schofield.
School of Art and Design, Middlesex University, United Kingdom, May, 1994. [BibTeX]

Article Real Time Fitting of Hand-Sketched Pressure Brushstrokes
Thierry Pudet.
Computer Graphics Forum, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 205--220, 1994. [BibTeX]

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