“Line Drawings From 3D Models” by DeCarlo and Finkelstein

  • ©Doug DeCarlo and Adam Finkelstein

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Entry Number: 07

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    Line Drawings From 3D Models

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    Prerequisites
    Basic familiarity with the computer graphics pipeline and some knowledge of calculus and linear algebra.

    Intended Audience
    Practitioners and researchers who would like a deeper understanding of how NPR line drawings are created and why they are effective.

    Description
    Techniques for automated rendering of 3D models using sparse line drawing styles, for applications ranging from illustration through cartoons and games. The course introduces concepts of visual perception; defines silhouettes, contours, creases, and suggestive contours; describes efficient algorithms for finding these lines; and presents methods for artistic stylization.

     

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