New directions for evolving expressions
In trying to improve upon Sims' art-by-choice technique known as "evolving expressions," artists have taken up the challenge of developing second generation implementations incorpo- rating additional features, modifications, and controls. In this paper we provide a context for this movement, and present a model which both simplifies and refines the original technique. Technical considerations include the. role of color space, tools for exploring image space, and rendering issues
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