I will have to play with the force setting. I a looking to have a
pixmap brush be lighter or darker based on brush pressure. Maybe
explained like a dynamic dodge/burn applied to the brush source while

-Rob A>

On 5/20/10, Alexia Death <alexiade...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 7:13 AM, Rob Antonishen
> <rob.antonis...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have looked at some of the previews and devel paint dynamic
>> reports/reviews and still have a couple questions.
>> In amongst all those settings is there any "trace a source layer" as an
>> option?
> No. and there wont be one in this iteration either. Its nontrivial and
> probably pretty slow to access pixel under cursor for dynamics
> evaluation and the whole thing needs to stabilize first. there are
> other simpler dynamics inputs that are proposed, but not happening for
> 2.8, like the position of the cursor in the image.
>> And along with that is there a brush dynamic to control the gamma of a
>> brush while painting?  (This would be much like hardness for
>> parametric brushes but for colour (stamp) type brushes would have some
>> value).
> What do you mean by gamma? There is the Force output. It tries to
> emulate the force a brush is applied  to the canvas with, that
> saturates some parts of the brush when applied. It has been part of
> gimp for ages, under the name of hardness but it is not really
> hardness as used in vector brushes so it has a new name now.
> --
> --Alexia

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