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Dimensional Painting
 
Chair: Michelle Robinson , Disney Feature Animation
 
Deep Canvas in Disney's "Tarzan"
 
What if you could paint a painting, then have the brushstrokes themselves come alive and move around? Rather than texture mapping, where the end result of the painting process is wrapped onto a surface, Deep Canvas animates the events that make up a painting: the brushstrokes themselves.
 
Eric Daniels
Disney Feature Animation
500 South Buena Vista
Burbank, California 91521 USA
eric.daniels@disney.com
 
The Making of the Painted World: "What Dreams May Come"
 
The painted world of "What Dreams May Come" is transformed over 8.5 minutes of live-action photography into moving painted imagery in the style of 19th century painters, such as Casper, David Friedrich, and Claude Monet.
 
Karen Ansel
Mobility, Inc.
555 Rose Avenue, #8
Venice, California 90291 USA
karen@mobus.com
 
The Making of "Fiat Lux"
 
"Fiat Lux" (SIGGRAPH 99 Electronic Theater) dramatizes the conflict between Galileo and the church in a virtual reconstruction of St. Peter's Basilica. This sketch reviewed the artistic goals, production techniques, in-house tools, and a detailed breakdown of the most complex shot of the film.
 
See also Friday's sketch, Image-Based Modeling, Rendering and Lighting in "Fiat Lux".
 
Paul Debevec
University of California, Berkeley
387 Soda Hall #1776
Berkeley, California 94720-1776 USA
debevec@cs.berkeley.edu
 

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