10.2312/EXP.20191082
Defining Hatching in Art
Philbrick, Greg
Kaplan, Craig S.
The Eurographics Association
2019
978-3-03868-078-9
https://diglib.eg.org/bitstream/handle/10.2312/exp20191082/111-121.pdf
11 pages
We define hatching-a drawing technique-as rigorously as possible. A pure mathematical formulation or even a binary this-or-that definition is unreachable, but useful insights come from driving as close as we can. First we explain hatching's purposes. Then we define hatching as the use of patches: groups of roughly parallel curves that form flexible, simple patterns. After elaborating on this definition's parts, we briefly treat considerations for research in expressive rendering.
ACM/EG Expressive Symposium
Procedural Styles
111
121
Greg Philbrick and Craig S. Kaplan
CCS Concepts: Computing methodologies --> Non-photorealistic rendering; Image processing; Texturing
Computing methodologies
Non
photorealistic rendering
Image processing
Texturing
111-121
Paper