At 9/10/10 11:45 AM, InsaneBrutality wrote:
Select the brush tool, look down at the properties and turn down the smoothing.
Once the smoothing has been turned down, you'll be happy to find that your broken drawing tool performs badly in a different way. Getting the proper line is still a chore. I have yet to find a good smoothing level that doesn't smooth the line completely different than you wanted, or turns it into an ugly scribble. Not to mention you have to constantly adjust it depending on your zoom, line length, and the complexity of the line. It's just silly.
I would use pencil, but you can't get that thick and thin line like the Brush gives you.
I really really love ToonBoom's drawing tools, and I hope Adobe starts incorporating the natural feel of the brush strokes. I'm so tired of pressing ctrl+z 800 times a frame.