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Creative Development of Intangible Cultural Heritage Driven by Computer Graphics Techniques—A Case Study on the Design Phase of Traditional Chinese Paper-cutting Manuscripts

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Danlan Tang1,*, Fangqiong Liu2, Yang Yang3, Wei Tang2

1Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand.

2School of Foreign Languages, Guangxi Minzu University, Nanning, Guangxi, China.

3School of Computer Science and Engineering, Southwest Minzu University, Chengdu, Sichuan, China.

*Corresponding author: Danlan Tang

Published: April 9,2024

Abstract

The research investigations suggest that digital image technology is presently driving the advancement of Traditional Chinese Paper-cutting intangible cultural heritage (ICH), although it remains in an early stage of development. During the creation phase of Traditional Chinese Paper-cutting manuscripts, creators employ digital image technology to enlarge the manuscripts. The study posits that this process can undergo secondary innovation. Through concrete practice, the optimization of craft steps can produce foundational manuscript images designed and drawn using digital image processing software, along with corresponding physical paper-cutting representations. The significance of this lies in several aspects. Firstly, it enables expansive innovation and development of ICH while preserving its authenticity, and respecting the dynamic nature of intangible cultural heritage. Secondly, design software can assist heritage practitioners in expressing images that are both regular and aesthetically pleasing, innovating paper-cutting pattern design, and facilitating the digital storage and subsequent retrieval of original designs. Furthermore, it allows heritage practitioners to visualize the final product before completion, reducing communication costs and facilitating alignment with consumers. In summary, the use of computer image processing technology enhances the originality of heritage practitioners' artistic works, improves production efficiency, and aids in establishing innovative creative modes for traditional crafts.

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How to cite this paper

Creative Development of Intangible Cultural Heritage Driven by Computer Graphics Techniques—A Case Study on the Design Phase of Traditional Chinese Paper-cutting Manuscripts

How to cite this paper: Danlan Tang, Fangqiong Liu, Yang Yang, Wei Tang. (2024) Creative Development of Intangible Cultural Heritage Driven by Computer Graphics Techniques—A Case Study on the Design Phase of Traditional Chinese Paper-cutting Manuscripts. Advances in Computer and Communication5(1), 37-42.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/acc.2024.02.006