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This thesis describes a method for grooming computer generated fur in a 3D production environment. Fur grooming systems that are included with the major commercial 3D software packages link fur grooms to a specific model's topology. This significantly reduces the flexibility to continue development of a model's surface edges, loops, and vertices after fur grooming has started. By using a method that links the groom to the 3D environment rather than the model itself, a groom can be transferred between meshes. This provides increased artistic flexibility within a production pipeline for both modeling and fur grooming.
Hagan, Landon (2015). Spacial Groom. Master's thesis, Texas A & M University. Available electronically from