Halftoning and stippling

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DEUSSEN, Oliver, Tobias ISENBERG, 2013. Halftoning and stippling. In: ROSIN, Paul, ed., John COLLOMOSSE, ed.. Image and Video-Based Artistic Stylisation. London:Springer London, pp. 45-61. ISBN 978-1-4471-4518-9

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