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Elastic Flattening of Painted Pottery Surfaces

Reinhold Preiner, Stephan Karl, Paul Bayer, Tobias Schreck
2018 Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage  
Generating flat images from paintings on curved surfaces is an important task in Archaeological analysis of ancient pottery.  ...  In this work, we perform an elastic flattening of these projected meshes, where stretch energy is minimized by simulating a physical relaxation process on a damped elastic spring model.  ...  Introduction The drawing of pottery paintings in the form of a rollout is an essential element of the object documentation in archaeological pottery research.  ... 
doi:10.2312/gch.20181355 dblp:conf/vast/PreinerKBS18 fatcat:sfqz5stktbby5bkohkvcyns5re

Textile impressions on Trypillia culture pottery from Ogród and Verteba Cave sites in Bilcze Złote

Weronika Skrzyniecka
2020 Sprawozdania Archeologiczne  
This article also highlights the issue of using textiles in the technological process of pottery manufacturing.  ...  One of the materials that testifies to textile production is pottery with textile impressions.  ...  Acknowledgements Access to materials was kindly provided by The Archaeological Museum of Kraków.  ... 
doi:10.23858/sa/72.2020.2.1847 fatcat:zd62kohs4bg5zbc53sxd42zj3q

Page 21 of Art Amateur; A Monthly Journal Devoted to Art in the Household Vol. 10, Issue 1 [page]

1883 Art Amateur; A Monthly Journal Devoted to Art in the Household  
Blend one color into the other, and mark out any veins, or such like, with a crowquill, but do not brush over the surface when all is finished unless the pile is much matted and flattened.  ...  surface and into the lines with a dabber.  ... 


Eduardo Williams
2018 Ancient Mesoamerica  
AbstractThis study deals with pottery production in Huáncito, a Tarascan or Purepecha community in Michoacán, Mexico.  ...  The main goal of this study is to assist in the interpretation of the material record of ceramic production by means of ethnographic analogy.  ...  This article is a summary adaptation of Chapter III of my book Tarascan Pottery Production in Michoacán, Mexico: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective (Archaeopress, Oxford, 2017).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0956536117000293 fatcat:6p3ogl3ujrck5inusphee3u4te

Auxiliary Fiber Art Creation Design Based on Conductive Fiber Textile Wireless Structure Sensor

Limei Ma, Guolong Shi
2021 Journal of Sensors  
The integration of fiber materials into modern pottery creation is an attempt to explore its boundaries as a specific material and art form.  ...  Fiber materials, such as fabric and paper, are not resistant to high temperatures, and the clay attached to them can retain the surface texture, texture, and original three-dimensional form of the fiber  ...  The color pottery culture in the primitive period was painted in red and black. The color on the pottery is produced by high temperature firing and preserved for a long time.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3573702 fatcat:alv54lmapnfl7hsuefk6lvvove

Study on a silver box unearthed from the Tang Dynasty (AD 618–907) tomb at Xiaolizhuang Site, Henan Province, China

Zhihui Yao, Yuxuan Gong
2019 Heritage Science  
The surface of the silver box is fully decorated with multiple fine engraving including petals, fish-toe circles, flower pattern, twine pattern and the Tang grass pattern.  ...  The shape and surface features were further modified through plastic forming. Afterwards, spinning technique was employed to ensure the interior surface is smooth and has consistent thickness.  ...  Acknowledgements We are thankful to Feng Li from School of Archaeology, Zhengzhou University for providing the sample. The technical support from Zhengzhou University is greatly appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40494-019-0315-5 fatcat:zti6swcxgzcdhaipb6azc77e7a

The Early Potters' Art in Britain

T. M'Kenny Hughes
1902 The Archaeological Journal  
a good deal of detailed ornament on the surface.  ...  In all these figures the exterior of the vessel is on the spectator's left hand. Nos. 3 and 4 have the top of the rim flattened parallel to the base of the vessel.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00665983.1902.10852915 fatcat:7qirilmt7zf65h5hrsnouac6cm


Subscriber, E. P. T., Rufus H. Bragdon, W. B. B., Mary Mortimer, M. B. T., I. F. P.
1883 The Art Amateur  
Blend one color into the other, and mark out any veins, or such like, with a crowquill, but do not brush over the surface when all is finished unless the pile is much matted and flattened.  ...  surface and into the lines with a dabber.  ... 

Page 182 of The Athenaeum Vol. , Issue 2806 [page]

1881 The Athenaeum  
Ramany, in Berliner Berichte, states that he has proved that the passivity of iron is due to the formation of a layer of magnetic oxide of iron on the surface of the netal, and that any ayent producing  ...  YORKSHIRE FINE-ART and INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTION, YORK —NOW OPEN, the SUMMER EXHIBITION of PAINTINGS, and the Prince of Wales's maguiticent Collection of INDIAN PRE- SENTS.  ... 

The second life of ceramics: a new home in a lime environment [chapter]

Ioannis Karatasios, Konstantinos Alexiou, Noémi S. Müller, Peter M. Day, Vassilis Kilikoglou
2014 Craft and science: International perspectives on archaeological ceramics  
pottery, for providing the context data, and for permission to use the illustration of a Lucre jar; Ann Kendall, Director of the Cusichaca Archaeological Project, under whose auspices most of the pottery  ...  Anthropology of the University of Arizona.  ...  The presence and abundance of these pottery types, especially the painted productions, in different archaeological contexts indicate that pottery production was increasing, and some shapes appear to be  ... 
doi:10.5339/uclq.2014.cas.ch29 fatcat:zw7oi6yebfeavgmfif73ulmvoa

Direct Elastic Unrollings of Painted Pottery Surfaces from Sparse Image Sets

Peter Houska, Stefan Lengauer, Stephan Karl, Reinhold Preiner
In this paper, we present a method that creates distortion-minimized unrollings of painted pottery surfaces directly from a small set of photographs.  ...  Ideally, the pottery objects are available as scanned 3D models, from which the painted surface can be unrolled and potential distortions minimized, so that the vase painting and its individual motifs  ...  Surface Flattening Surface flattening or more general unwrapping deals with the problem of creating a flat representation of a 3D surface.  ... 
doi:10.2312/gch.20211417 fatcat:ati3epco4rgpdoab7n7zfl3pke


1924 Journal of The American Ceramic Society  
surface with millions of mols., but there may be a lower limit to the size of surfaces to which surface-tension laws apply.  ...  There are objections to the use of the term resilience beyond the elastic limit, because the time element must be considered. Elastic after-effect is a kind of plastic flow. R. J. M.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1151-2916.1924.tb18219.x fatcat:nlttz3hzcnaohfqbljvbv7vrv4

Prehistoric Illinois. The Brown County Ossuary

J. F. Snyder
1908 Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society (1908-1984)  
But in the remains of that weird holocaust not a fragment of pottery was discovered.  ...  Two similar circles were added, on the declining surface of the ground, on either side of the central circle, separated * from each other by a space of eighteen or twenty inches.  ... 

The Hopi Indian collection in the United States National Museum

Walter Hough
1918 Proceedings of the United States National Museum  
being a strip of elastic wood (pi. 47, figs. 5 and 8).  ...  Ancient Hopi pottery is yellow, orange, and cream color and was never surface washed with other clay.  ... 
doi:10.5479/si.00963801.54-2235.235 fatcat:ut4v6dfkqfgxtntagcqj267y3y

An Archaeological Investigation of the Kirfi Area, Northern Nigeria: Craft, Identity and Landscape

Abubakar Sule Sani
2013 Azania  
These yielded good chronological sequence and allowed the development of a pioneering pottery typology.  ...  evolution of the Bauchi region, which then became a principal actor in the spread of a political system in the early part of the 19 th century after the jihad of Shehu Uthman Fodio.  ...  Painting Painting involves the use of coloured sediment made from a combination of soil minerals, plant resources and gum Arabic to create motifs on the surface of pottery.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0067270x.2013.833711 fatcat:heahvgymz5gihm2hlzv6n57d6e
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