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Title: Extending MoXi to simulate Western watercolor
Authors: Chu, Siu-Hang
Tai, Chiew-Lan
Keywords: Western watercolor painting
Kubulka-Munk Model
Digital painting
Computer graphics
Issue Date: Feb-2008
Series/Report no.: Computer Science Technical Report; HKUST-CS08-01
Abstract: Watercolor is one of the most appealing paint media enjoyed by artists around the world. Due to its complex nature, it is also one of hardest media to simulate on a computer for interactive painting applications. In this paper, we describe an extension of our previous work, MoXi, which is a system for simulating Chinese ink painting, to cover watercolor effects. These effects include backrun, granulation, and edge-darkening. A simple technique for quick post-simulation edge-darkening is also developed. We also discuss the use of the Kubulka-Munk Model for watercolor glazing composition.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1783.1/3089
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