Non-photorealistic rendering using watercolor inspired textures and illumination

Eric B. Lum, Kwan-Liu Ma

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Abstract

In this paper, we present a watercolor inspired method for the rendering of surfaces. Our approach mimics the watercolor process by building up an illuminated scene through the compositing of several layers of semitransparent paint. The key steps consist of creating textures for each layer using LIC of Perlin Noise, and then calculating the layer thickness distribution using an inverted subtractive lighting model. The resulting watercolor-style images have color coherence that results from the mixing of a limited palette of paints. The new lighting model helps to better convey large shape changes, while texture orientations give hints of less dominant features. The rendered images therefore possess perceptual clues to more effectively communicate shape and texture information.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings - 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
Pages322-330
Number of pages9
Volume2001-January
ISBN (Electronic)0769512275
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2001
Event9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001 - Tokyo, Japan
Duration: Oct 16 2001Oct 18 2001

Other

Other9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001
CountryJapan
CityTokyo
Period10/16/0110/18/01

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Non-photorealistic Rendering
Texture
Illumination
Textures
Lighting
Paint
Color Image
Rendering
Color
Model

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Software
  • Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
  • Modeling and Simulation

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Lum, E. B., & Ma, K-L. (2001). Non-photorealistic rendering using watercolor inspired textures and illumination. In Proceedings - 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001 (Vol. 2001-January, pp. 322-330). [962888] IEEE Computer Society. https://doi.org/10.1109/PCCGA.2001.962888

Non-photorealistic rendering using watercolor inspired textures and illumination. / Lum, Eric B.; Ma, Kwan-Liu.

Proceedings - 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001. Vol. 2001-January IEEE Computer Society, 2001. p. 322-330 962888.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lum, EB & Ma, K-L 2001, Non-photorealistic rendering using watercolor inspired textures and illumination. in Proceedings - 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001. vol. 2001-January, 962888, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 322-330, 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001, Tokyo, Japan, 10/16/01. https://doi.org/10.1109/PCCGA.2001.962888
Lum EB, Ma K-L. Non-photorealistic rendering using watercolor inspired textures and illumination. In Proceedings - 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001. Vol. 2001-January. IEEE Computer Society. 2001. p. 322-330. 962888 https://doi.org/10.1109/PCCGA.2001.962888
Lum, Eric B. ; Ma, Kwan-Liu. / Non-photorealistic rendering using watercolor inspired textures and illumination. Proceedings - 9th Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications, Pacific Graphics 2001. Vol. 2001-January IEEE Computer Society, 2001. pp. 322-330
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