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Posted: Sat Oct 30, 2004 4:27 pm
by flippyneck
Great news about Ink9000 integration. I hope it goes well.

I've found some great information on models for simulating pencil drawings which are listed below. Some dabbling with Python/Blender Open GL has had some interesting results:

- Different pencil types
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- Free drawing tool
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- My first pencil-rendered mesh
Image

The technical stuff:
http://www.flippyneck.com/misc/Sousa-CGF-00.pdf
http://www.flippyneck.com/misc/computer ... pencil.pdf
http://www.flippyneck.com/misc/grabli03procedural.pdf

Posted: Sun Oct 31, 2004 2:23 am
by Sutabi
oh, I never though if douing that ^_- will be very usful script, I migh suggest drawning the faces as well as a solid color... Just do the old effect where you draw faces tehn lines but inversed

Posted: Sun Oct 31, 2004 12:24 pm
by jesterKing
dhenton9000 wrote:I just finished releasing Ink9000 v1.5, and my next step is Blender integration.
Kewl, I was looking into the sources a few weeks ago, too, for integration, but having the author doing it is much better :)

dhenton9000 wrote:However, the command line version that I have could be easily rewritten to support the new camera and textures, and I would LOVE to contribute to Blender. So a console program or python thing is a real possibility

Is the "Coding blender" forum a good place to start???
Yes, and do come over to #blendercoders at freenode.org

/Nathan

Posted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 10:14 am
by flippyneck
Has anyone else seen this?
http://artis.imag.fr/Projects/Style/index.html

The demo is a bit unstable but the results are amazing. I tried using Blender's 3DS export script to export meshes but they wouldn't load into Freestyle. The site states that the sources will be released but they're not there yet. Best of all there is a Python interface for writing your own shader modules.

Now if whole Blender scenes could be exported to this NPR renderer...

Posted: Sat Jan 29, 2005 3:30 pm
by Bellorum
Looks very interesting. Some of those examples I would never have thought was generated. On another note, has any heard any more from the developer
of Inkulator 9000?

Posted: Wed Feb 02, 2005 6:07 am
by oyster
no, but inkulator's author has updated his project site with "Future Directions-Blending" topic secretly ;)
maybe some of us/developer can contact him for infos.

Posted: Sat May 21, 2005 12:20 pm
by ronin@org
Hello.

Has there been any new development for any of these NPR projects?

Flippyneck is there anyway I can help?

Posted: Sat May 21, 2005 6:32 pm
by flippyneck
Hi ronin@org
Theres not too much progress from me as Im backpacking around Europe at the moment (9 week holiday spending a redundancy cheque. Woohoo!!!!!). A couple of people have offered help so when I get home at the start of July Ill make all the code from my various experiments available.

I just checked the Freestyle link again and the CVS are now available...