VEKVA – Freehand Painting

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Introduction

This technique is somewhat similar to traditional painting technique, where artist gradually creates the final painting from individual brush strokes. In Freehand Painting technique, a virtual brush allows to place spatial strokes freely in 3D space. The artists/user can adjust a color, size and shape of brush. They can also rotate and scale the whole painting simply by simple hand gestures. Therefore, the user can easily see and edit the arising artwork from different points-of-view.

Below, you can find several videos and still images of results created by this technique. More results will be added gradually…

Results — Videos

Spatial Freehand Painting - User Interface
Video showing a usage of "Freehand Painting" technique, allowing a user/artist to create spatial paitings. This
Spatial Freehand Painting - Multiperspective Portrait
Rendering of spatial painting created by "Freehand Painting" technique. A face was painted from three different
Spatial Freehand Painting - Fast Sketch
Rendering of spatial sketch created by "Freehand Painting" technique. This virtual environment art technique is based
Spatial Freehand Painting - Adam
Rendering of spatial painting/sculpture "Adam" by Michal Gabriel. Artwork was designed using "Freehand Painting" technique. This
Spatial Freehand Painting - Pet Rat
Rendering of spatial painting "Pet Rat" by Radim Šrámek, created by "Freehand Painting" technique. This virtual

Results — Figures