Re: [Gimp-user] How to draw with pressure dependend brush size

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 be.

(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.)

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From: olecarme gmail com
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 19:38:00 +0200
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] How to draw with pressure dependend brush size
To: strata_ranger hotmail com
CC: scl gplus gmail com; gimp-user-list gnome org

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.

Olivier Lecarme

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