I think I screwed up my phrasing back there. Sure, there's "Basic Dynamics"
(pressure/opacity with fade-in, velocity/hardness) and "Basic Simple"
(pressure/opacity and ... how exactly does this one differ from "Pressure
Opacity"?), but I meant to say that there are no basic pressure/size and
pressure/hardness dynamics in the default package, when there should
(BTW, the "Basic Simple" and "Pressure Opacity" dynamics files, possibly
others, seem to have a lot of redundant points in their curve definitions. I
also find it ironic that the "Basic Dynamics" file, which has slightly more
mappings, doesn't use any curve definitions at all.)
Numbers may not lie, but neither do they tell the whole truth.
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 19:38:00 +0200
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] How to draw with pressure dependend brush size
CC: scl.gp...@gmail.com; email@example.com
I thought a straight size-pressure mapping was one of the defaults shipped with
GIMP? (Apparently it's not!)
Size/opacity and hardness/opacity are two of THE simplest, most basic tablet
mappings you can have; they should seriously be part of the default package.
Why we should have one for inverted size/pressure but not straight
size/pressure ... that's snafu to me.
Basic Paint Dynamics maps pressure with opacity and size with velocity, which
is quite natural.
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