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Flow-Centric Painterly Rendering

@inproceedings{Hesham2011FlowCentricPR,
  title={Flow-Centric Painterly Rendering},
  author={Omar Hesham and David Mould},
  year={2011}
}
We present a painterly rendering technique that emphasizes smooth line flows to describe important shapes in the image, as well as contributing in an essential part to the final stylistic artwork. Our method uses the smoothed edge tangent flow (ETF) [20] for stroke pathing, and provides an artist-friendly way to control the general look and feel of the image using familiar brush stroke properties and colour theme palettes. We achieve a highly stylized expressionistic look that can be applied to… 

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