Diffusion Curves in Inkscape vector drawings

Jasper van de Gronde
http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/Diffusion_Curves
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Diffusion Curves are an exciting and flexible new primitive for creating images with smooth color transitions. However, the best method to display diffusion curves so far is to rasterize them, which is unsuitable for use with SVG for example. I will present the basic idea behind Diffusion Curves, an alternative interpretation and an approach to creating a purely vector based representation (discussion welcome).

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