Three-Dimensional Oil Painting Reconstruction with Stroke Based Rendering

Title
Three-Dimensional Oil Painting Reconstruction with Stroke Based Rendering
Authors
이경준김동환윤일동이상욱
Keywords
Reconstruction; Non-Photorealistic Rendering; Three-Dimensional Modeling
Issue Date
2007-09
Publisher
The Visual computer
Citation
VOL 23, NO 9-11, 873-880
Abstract
We present an algorithm to generate a three-dimensional (3-D) oil painting using artistic filters and sample 3-D structures. The artistic filter works as a two-dimensional (2-D) rendering technique a for non-photorealistic effect based on the algorithm introduced in [8]. We modified this method to properly work with a 3-D image, enhancing the efficiency of the filter as well. The required 3-D structure model is obtained from actual brushstroke samples provided by an artist. We employ a photometric stereo technique in constructing a 3-D model for a brushstroke sample, since this method is capable of capturing sophisticated variation details in brushstroke textures. A 3-D oil painting is completed by incorporating the 3-D model to the brushstrokes rendered by the artistic filter. The created image would show a natural illumination change as the position of the light source varies, providing a realistic effect to the image. We can further enhance the study by analyzing a real painting and by directly applying the current algorithm to synthesize a 3-D oil painting in the style of the original real painting.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/42521
ISSN
0178-2789
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