Brush Variance

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Loadus
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Brush Variance

Post by Loadus »

Here's a small feature request, I'm not sure if this is already implemented ...

Add brush variance (randomness) to the brush dialog. This will give very good
texturing possibilities. (Also capturing and saving a brush tip from a selection
would be nice) ;)

Something like this, maybe:

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And, a 'PUSH' MODE on the brush would also be very nice. It works similar to
smudge, but it's a little more harsh.

Also, as an off-topic request make the mousewheel work as a zoom at all times.
I'm used to the fact that when editing an image I can zoom in and out with the
wheel but in Photoline it has little or no function. :(

But anyhoo, these are just suggestions. :D
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Re: Brush Variance

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Hello Loadus,

just a short question. Do you have un-checked the option "Scroll image content by mouse-wheel" in Options > Working > Cursor ?
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Re: Brush Variance

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lutz wrote:Hello Loadus,

just a short question. Do you have un-checked the option "Scroll image content by mouse-wheel" in Options > Working > Cursor ?
Aaaaah. Beautiful.

Thanks for the tip, Lutz!! :)
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Re: Brush Variance

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lutz wrote:just a short question. Do you have un-checked the option "Scroll image content by mouse-wheel" in Options > Working > Cursor ?
And you can always switch temporary the behaviour of the mouse-wheel by holding Ctrl (Command on Mac OS).

Martin
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Re: Brush Variance

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Back to the Brush Variance -- random would be pretty nice.

Cheers, Geoff

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Re: Brush Variance

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Just to enlarge on that a bit -- a random Brush Variance feature would be great when doing stuff like working at the border of, say, trees and sky, as I was when working on my picture to make the people less dark.

Cheers, Geoff

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Re: Brush Variance

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Loadus wrote:(Also capturing and saving a brush tip from a selection
would be nice) ;)
If you have a selection, apply "Edit/Copy", use the context menu of the brush field and choose "Paste". Is this what you mean? You can drag image layers to a brush field, too.
Loadus wrote:And, a 'PUSH' MODE on the brush would also be very nice. It works similar to
smudge, but it's a little more harsh.
Has the push mode a different effect than increasing the intensity of the finger tool?

Martin
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Re: Brush Variance

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Martin Huber wrote:
Loadus wrote:(Also capturing and saving a brush tip from a selection
would be nice) ;)
If you have a selection, apply "Edit/Copy", use the context menu of the brush field and choose "Paste". Is this what you mean? You can drag image layers to a brush field, too.
That was exactly what I was after! Excellent!
Martin Huber wrote:
Loadus wrote:And, a 'PUSH' MODE on the brush would also be very nice. It works similar to
smudge, but it's a little more harsh.
Has the push mode a different effect than increasing the intensity of the finger tool?

Martin
It's almost the same with intensity at 100%, but with variance and stepping (and capturing a texture as a brush) you can do this:

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