Expressive Animated Character Sequences Using Knowledge-Based Painterly Rendering

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Author: Seifi, Hasti
Author: Arya, Ali
We propose a technique to enhance emotionalexpressiveness in games and animations. Artists have usedcolors and painting techniques to convey emotions in theirpaintings for many years. Moreover, researchers have foundthat colors and line properties affect users' emotions. Wepropose using painterly rendering for character sequencesin games and animations with a knowledge-based approach. This technique is especially useful for parametric facial sequences. We introduce two parametric authoring tools foranimation and painterly rendering and a method to integrate them into a knowledge-based painterly rendering system. Furthermore, we present the results of a preliminarystudy on using this technique for facial expressions in stillimages. The results of the study show the effect of different color palettes on the intensity perceived for an emotionby users. The proposed technique can provide the animatorwith a depiction tool to enhance the emotional content of acharacter sequence in games and animations.
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International Journal of Computer Games Technology
Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 164949, 7 pages
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International Journal of Computer Games Technology
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Expressive Animated Character Sequences Using Knowledge-Based Painterly Rendering
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