Crafting Unexpected Rendering Techniques

Studio Talks

Crafting Unexpected Rendering Techniques

Tuesday, 11 August 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 402AB


Stylized Trees and Landscapes Continued

This work uses Houdini to explore methods of generating and rendering landscapes stylized to mimic the artwork of Eyvind Earle. The talk includes a few general guidelines and methods for creating four kinds of trees, a forest, cliffs, mountains, an ocean, and waves.

Laura Murphy
Texas A&M University

Philip Galanter
Texas A&M University

Chinese Ink-and-Brush Painting With Reflection

A method to include reflection and weathering effects in Chinese painting.

Siran Liu
Texas A&M University

Ergun Akleman
Texas A & M University

FrameShift: Shift Your Attention, Shift the Story

FrameShift is a novel framework for graphic storytelling that uses reader attention, as measured by eye-gaze fixation, to introduce subtle narrative and graphic changes and in turn change readers’ belief states over time.

Rukmini Goswami
Dartmouth College

Tim Tregubov
Dartmouth College

Lorie Loeb
Dartmouth College

Art Directed Rendering and Shading

How to develop shaders to obtain desired artistic results.

Ergun Akleman
Texas A & M University

Donald House
Clemson University

Siran Liu
Texas A&M University