International Journal of Creative Interfaces and Computer Graphics (IJCICG)

Continuous Line Drawings and Designs

Continuous line drawing (CLD) is a drawing style where a picture consists of a single closed non-intersecting line. We present an automatic algorithm for constructing CLDs, with tone and structural information obtained from input images. The connectivity of the line is maintained through a tree generated by path finding with consideration of the key features for a given image. A branching tree structure is grown incrementally by selecting pixels by a cost function, relating to both the tone map and an importance map.

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Priority-Based Stippling and Its Stylization Applications



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