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Found 10 item(s) authored in "1995".

Proceedings Artistic Screening
Victor Ostromoukhov, Roger D. Hersch.
Siggraph 95, 1995. [BibTeX]

Article Computer Art
Carl Machover.
IEEE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND APPLICATIONS, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 19--23, May, 1995. [BibTeX]

Article Expressive Rendering: A Review of Nonphotorealistic Techniques
John Lansdown, Simon Schofield.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 29--37, May, 1995. [BibTeX]

Article Interactive Computer Rendering
Paul Richens, Simon Schofield.
Architectural Research Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1995. [BibTeX]

Article Line art rendering via a coverage of isoparametric curves
Gershon Elber.
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 231--239, September, 1995. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Live Paint: Painting with Procedural Multiscale Textures
Ken Perlin, Luiz Velho.
Computer Graphics-Annual Conference Series, pp. 153-160, 1995. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Stochastic Screening Dithering with Adaptive Clustering
Luiz Velho, Jonas Gomes.
Computer Graphics-Annual Conference Series, pp. 273-276, 1995. [BibTeX]

Proceedings Thoughtful Drawings: A Computational Model of the Cognitive Nature of Children’s Drawing
Ed Burton.
Eurographics '95, 1995. [BibTeX]

Proceedings TicTacToon: A Paperless System for Professional 2D Animation

Author(s): Jean-Daniel Fekete, Erick Bizouarn, Eric Cournarie, Thierry Galas, Frederic Taillefer.
Proceedings: SIGGRAPH '95: Proceedings of the 22nd annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques, pp. 79--90, New York, NY, USA, ACM Press, 1995.
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Abstract:
TicTacToon is a system for professional 2D animation studios that replaces the traditional paper-based production process. TicTacToon is the first animation systemto use vector-based sketching and painting: it uses an original method to transform a pen trajectory with varying pressure into a stroke of varying thickness, in realtime. TicTacToon provides resolution independence, a virtually infinite number of layers, the ability to dynamicallymanage perspective and sophisticated support for reuse of drawings. Other innovations include replacementof the rostrummodelwith a 3Dmodel and integration into the overall 2D animation production process. TicTacToon is in daily use by 2D animation studios for a wide range of productions, from commercials to television series and even a feature film. The user interface enables professionals to sketch and draw as they do on paper. Over 100 professional animators have used the system over a period of two years and most need less than an hour before beginning productive work. TicTacToon eliminates most tedious tasks and frees professional animators for more creative work.

Misc Varieties of Digital Painting
Alvy Ray Smith.
Tech Memo 8, Aug 30, 1995. [BibTeX]

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