Parsing life drawings

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This project carried out by student Tom Jacques analysed data collected in a life drawing class where students were given the opportunity to create drawings using the paper-simulating greyscale paint package ~~Sketcher~~.

Sketcher maintained log files of every stroke made during the drawing process, allowing the drawing to be "replayed", but also supporting parsing of the strokes, for example to distinguish between shading gestures and boundary or line definition gestures.

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