The Use of Computer Modulated Drawing in the Teaching of Art
Williams, Charles M.
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A hardware-software process is described which automatically creates computer modulated drawings from an artist's own works. The process allows a drawing to act as a constant source of data for a series of renditions of it in widely varying styles. As a result a student of art can study the effects of line structure, line quality, and pen stroking style in rendering truly constant subject material.