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marcello (Jan 2, 2009) — edit
just a quick note. I've added experimental support for chibipaint. only on beginner board for now.
marcello (Jan 2, 2009)
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enjoydotcom (Jan 2, 2009)
Woot :D. It would be excellent if Chibi paint and Lascaux could get the best from eachother.
marcello (Jan 2, 2009)
yea, I find chibipaint pretty lacking... it adds very little over what lascaux can do already and has an atrocious interface.
enjoydotcom (Jan 2, 2009)
I love the extreme blend/smudge and scatter (specifically that) it can do. But it doesn't allow you as easily the opacity that lascaux has.
marcello (Jan 2, 2009)
it would actually be pretty easy to add scatter to lascaux...
vlad.the.hamster (Jan 3, 2009)
I've used chibipaint before... but I find that lascaux is a lot easier to use, and already does everything I want it to, so... yeah. It's a cool app, though, and the brushes are very nice and smooth.
enjoydotcom (Jan 3, 2009)
That would be cool Marcello. THe smooth lines of Chibi in Lascaux wouldn't hurt either ;). So funny, eventho Chibi has some really nice features, Lascaux is still my favorite. I think it has something to do with the way it all looks.
davincipoppalag (Jan 3, 2009)
Yea those smooth lines are so cool! Lascaux rules for the layout of the tools moving tool boxes around and clicking on dropdowns...
marcello (Jan 3, 2009)
you don't have smooth lines in lascaux? I do. o_O
jpjp1052 (Jan 3, 2009)
marcello, I still get knocked off the internet when I submit using ChibiPaint. I have get back on to finish submitting. Anyone else have this problem with Chibi?
I like Lascaux & I like Chibi. Chibi has better blending, dodge, airbrush, and ability to increase brush size to really big. Lascaux has gradient and many fine features too.
I like Chibi for some drawings & Lascaux for others, depending on the effect(s) I'm trying to get. I hope we can keep Chibi so that we can have more choices in drawing applets.
Thank you, marcello, for lettings us try Chibi.
enjoydotcom (Jan 4, 2009)
My fine lines look a bit like wool if I use the 1px 'fluffy' brush, 'f' set to a lower number and 's' on the little vertical line.
marcello (Jan 5, 2009)
drawn in 2 min
new version of chibi up

re: enjoy: lascaux has smooth lines if you play around with the settings. choose the 3rd brush type, set the flow under 150 (though it depends on your brush size, larger brushes need larger flow), and make sure antialias is on. that should pretty much do it. be wary of the 1pixel brush, as it sometimes behaves specially. :-) If you zoom in you can get fractional brush sizes (like 1.5 pixels), which will go a step further for smooth lines.
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