I love how you can save a brush as a favorite. It's SO easy and makes the creative process much easier. However, could you make something like Favorite 1, Favorite 2, etc.? The main reason is so if your working on a paining and then you need to work on an inked illustration, you can have different Favorite sets for each approach. These could be tabs or something similar.
Special Rulers, similar to those found in Clip Studio Paint. It would be a guide for radial line, concentric cirlces, etc. The great thing about these is the marks are accurate but you still have pressure to adjust line variation. This would make my year. Stupid 2020.
I sing your praises to my students and others. I bought a set of PS brushes from True Grit Texture Supply, here https://www.truegrittexturesupply.com/collections/photoshop/products/bbeat-tones-halftone-brushes-for-photoshop I talked to their customer service and they mentioned their PS brushes only work accurately in PS and no other apps, not even Fresco. I told them about your app, they tested out a few of their brushes in it, and they were really impressed. They said it is the first non-PS app to handle their brushes correctly. However, they apparently didn't test enough brushes, they were correct on several brushes not working properly. They either do not make a mark at all, just lay down as a basic mark of one color, or do this really weird screen-glitch-square-mark on the artwork that cannot be undone. At all. It's really odd. I've never had any issues with any PS brushes in your app. Any idea why? Any idea if it could be fix in the future?
If a Gray color mode could be used in creating art, would it improve the performance of the app in anyway? Just wondering because I work in B&W a lot, and when switching to a Grayscale Color Mode in PS, it usual improves brush performance, file size, etc. Just curious.
When exporting as a TIFF, have the ability to export it as a flattened TIFF with LZW compression (again, similar to PS).
Thanks again for an amazing app!