This page shows a few snapshots of some work I did to show at the Film und Medien Festival (FMX/01) in Stuttgart, back in the summer of 2001.

Given the 3D scene to draw on, these videos were each created from start to finish in less than half an hour (including generation of the AVI files). The only thing required is for the user to click on the 3D scene, and 'draw' a stroke that then sticks to the surface of the object. Stroke colors are computed from the objects texture in addition to dynamic lighting effects.

This was a first attempt at making a fully composed scene (video 8.28MB)


This animation was drawn very quickly and wildly to demonstrate how the fruit scene looks when painted from one viewing perspective only. (video ~9MB). 


© 2000-2001 Nick Halper  [nick@isg.cs.uni-magdeburg.de ]