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I've used photoshop for a while now and I now do a lot of 3D too and I wonder about something: In programs like ZBrush there is something called "Lazy Mouse" which basically allows you to draw and the program itself "cleans" out the irregularities of the line. Is there something like that on Photoshop? I know about the Press Shift thing but that's not what I'm looking for.
- The Lazy Mouse, while you draw, calculates your path (kinda like if you have some lag on your pen-tablet) and straightens all the little twitches you do.
I know there are ways to do this like with the vector thingy but I wanted something that allowed me to just instinctively draw and not worry about having to go back and do clean-up.
Is there such a magic tool?
Seem interesting, I'll give it a try.
Did anyone actually test this on photoshop yet? I dont see anything changing when enabled either mouse or tablet, they both give the same lines as if it werent enabled.
Thanks Mayburn anyway for reintroducing the shift key thingy to me i totally forgot about it!!!