Non photorealistic rendering npr is an area of computer graphics that focuses on enabling a wide variety of expressive styles for digital art in contrast to traditional computer graphics which has focused on photorealism npr is inspired by artistic styles such as painting drawing technical illustration and animated cartoons. Ten papers on non photorealistic rendering 1998 revised 1999 survey by tom janzen there was a focus on non photorealistic rendering in the siggraph computer graphics newsletter february 1999 see this introduction by the guest editor. Guest editors introduction nonphotorealistic rendering adam finkelstein and lee markosian princeton university t o state the obvious the field of computer graphics is concerned with techniques for creating images via computer and humans use images fundamental these arguments are well known within computer graphics. Create non photoreal effects using surface and color correction shaders v30 this video is from the softimage xsi 4 principles dvd. Providing an overview of the published research on non photorealistic rendering this book includes a summary of some of the algorithms as well as pseudo code for producing some of the images
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