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Free Open Source Graphics Applications: POV-Ray

The above image of a simple robot was produced using POV-Ray.

POV-Ray (The Persistence of Vision Raytracer) is not your typical graphics editor. For starters, you use a programming code called “Scene Description Language” to describe a scene – as opposed to the more common WYSIWYG like most graphics editors. 299 more words

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3D Computer Graphics I: Week 2

This week we worked with different visual styles and tried to make our own props while following one of these styles. I have chosen to look at the Cartoon, Sci-Fi and Post-Apocalyptic styles. 805 more words


The Bresenham's Line Drawing Algorithm

The basic ”line drawing” algorithm used in computer graphics is Bresenham’s Algorithm. This algorithm was developed to draw lines on digital plotters, but has found wide-spread usage in computer graphics. 1,100 more words

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Free Open Source Graphics Applications: Inkscape

Another great free open-source graphics application is Inkscape.

Inkscape is primarily a tool for making SVG images – Scalable Vector Graphics. It is available for Mac, Windows, and PC. 274 more words

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Journal 01 - September 11, 2014

This is an ad for Plant for the Planet. The ad features a single leaf with an industrial skyline cut into the leaf. It reads “Every leaf traps CO2.” Under the logo it gives viewers a place to donate trees at the company’s website. 264 more words

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This project was designed to improve our use of the gradient mesh tool in order to make more our artwork more detailed along the lines of color and highlights/lowlights. 117 more words

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Free Open Source Graphics Applications: ImageMagick

I’m a big fan of the free open-source movement. I’ve been using Linux for several years because it gives me the power to complete intricate programming projects with low to no cost. 276 more words

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