In recent days I see quite often functions and small utilities which are made to stedy your penstroke. Its basicly that you draw with delay and the software takes the stoke arcived in that time and averages it. Result is an straight approximation of the stroke which erases shaking and erratic behaviour while you draw. It evens it out so to say. Good examples are Lazy Nezgumi or the lazy mouse function in zBrush. I dont know if you can already can mimic that function with the current brush engine. Anyway, I think that would be a function I would like to see in TBPro.
Thank you for the note. I took a look at Lazy Nezumi Pro (trial). First I will say that Lazy Nezumi Pro works with TwistedBrush Pro Studio. I suspect it will also work with all the other Studio programs as well.
TwistedBrust does indeed have a mouse smoothing capability. Some brushes do it effect by effect and others make use of a somewhat newer brush effect called "Smooth Stroke" I decided to do a quick comparison.
I have three tests and on each test three styles of drawing:
Thanks for the feedback and suggestions! Yes this is the best place to post feature requests. Other users can up vote them and the can also be tracked in general.
After consideration I have decided not to expose the Stroke Smoothing as a global setting. There are too many cases where it's better to not smooth a stroke and instead have precision. TwistedBrush will continue to enable Stroke Smoothing on a per brush basis as shown in the examples in this message topic.