Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by gbball » 09 Feb 2015, 22:00

After playing around with it a little bit, I find the brushes to be just as responsive as ever, possibly better. I haven't tested to be certain. But drawing certainly does 'feel' good.

I like a lot of the new changes. Pulled string mode for stroke interpolation is an excellent addition.

However, I still think having pressure control for opacity and power is a crucial issue, at the very least it should available in the airbrush tool and the custom brush tools

I will create a short video demonstrating what I mean more clearly. I have a feeling if you see what I mean, it will be an easy fix.

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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by Fabrice » 09 Feb 2015, 22:04

I don't know which OS you use, but we have found some issues on Mac regarding the strokes and the analysis of the informations provided by Wacom, so Mac users should have a better responsivity when drawing.
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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by Elodie » 10 Feb 2015, 07:05

To complete Fabrice's message, the problem was actually due to the tilt sensitivity. On Mac 64 bit, it was not taken in account properly. Now, it behaves the same as other OS :)

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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by dogsma » 10 Feb 2015, 15:28

+2
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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by Elodie » 11 Feb 2015, 07:49

What do you mean Sandra ? :|

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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by dogsma » 11 Feb 2015, 13:51

oh sorry !!
I just wanted it to be noted that I am am following the topic. Wont do it again!
Paul showed me how to mark it :oops:
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Re: Pressure sensitivity on brush Opacity

Post by Elodie » 11 Feb 2015, 14:21

Usually, +1 means you agree with the post above (that's why I did not understand :D ).

That's why I don't like "+1". IMHO, people should always take the time to write properly what they have in mind :lol:

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