“Surfaces Paper Illuminated Using Drawings for Strokes”

  • ©Kyoko Murakami, Reiji Tsuruno, and Etsuo Genda




    Surfaces Paper Illuminated Using Drawings for Strokes



    A stroke drawn bydrawing tools that have a aoft tip suche as pencils, pastels, charcoals, chalks, or crayons, is highly intrtfered by surface irregularity of support medium such as paper, and the texture of the paper appears on it. Without simulating interaction between those materials, “realistic”art tools are not represented. However, an elaborate takes a lot of time for a drawing tool that is preferable to work in real time.


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