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By Qian Wenhua, Xu Dan, Yue Kun and Guan Zheng


Original scientific paper This paper presents a non-photorealistic rendering technique for producing flow-like abstraction stylization from a photograph. Based on anisotropic Kuwahara filtering in conjunction with line integral convolution, our method abstracts shapes and colors simultaneously while preserving features of images. In particular, we develop an edge detection and dilation method, to draw attention to salient features and image boundaries. This proposed algorithm is incremental and iterative, and therefore the degree of flow and abstraction can be controlled. Experimental results demonstrate that the effectiveness of our method in producing a coherent and flow-like abstraction stylization is satisfactory yet preserving features and directions from photographs

Topics: non-photorealistic rendering, abstraction, flow like, anisotropic filter, LIC (Line Integral Convolution
Year: 2016
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