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Automatic Intermediate Frames for Stroke-based Animation

Nicolas Barroso 1 Amélie Fondevilla 1 David Vanderhaeghe 1 
1 IRIT-STORM - Structural Models and Tools in Computer Graphics
IRIT - Institut de recherche en informatique de Toulouse
Abstract : Creating a 2D animation with visible strokes is a tedious and time consuming task for an artist. Computer aided animation usually focus on cartoon stylized rendering, or is built from an automatic process as 3D animations stylization, loosing the painterly look and feel of hand made animation. We propose to simplify the creation of stroke-based animations: from a set of key frames, our methods automatically generates intermediate frames with coherent motion. Each intermediate frame looks as it could have been drawn by an artist, using the same high level stroke based representation as key frame, and in succession they display the subtle temporal incoherence usually found in hand-made animations.
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Nicolas Barroso, Amélie Fondevilla, David Vanderhaeghe. Automatic Intermediate Frames for Stroke-based Animation. Journées Françaises d'Informatique Graphique (JFIG 2021), Nov 2021, Sophia Antipolis, France. ⟨hal-03454288⟩



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