On Thu, 2009-09-03 at 16:23 +0200, JiHO wrote:
On 2009-August-23 , at 16:31 , bulia byak wrote:
> 1) this is a geometric
> function, making little sense in artistic drawing modes
Maybe it is a bit too late now, but I also disagree that it is purely
geometric. For example, in pencil and ink drawings, dots are often
used for shading, as a cleaner alternative to hatching. I used the
pencil tool to make these drawings and being able to hold CTRL and tap
with a pen on a tablet to shade and give volume to the line-drawing
was very useful.
Yeah, a little too late unfortunately.
It may not purely be a geometric function, however, it definitely is
primarily so. Honestly though, a simple key press can switch you to the
pen/bezier tool to do what you desire and shouldn't be too painful (with
another key press to switch you back).
One day when Inkscape can be controlled purely by thought, none of this
will be an issue. ;)
Not lame, actually a nice example of what you're talking about.