- Stroke Method E
Defines the way brush strokes are applied to the canvas.
Apply paint on each mouse move step.
- Drag Dot
Leaves only one dab on the canvas which can be placed by dragging.
Creates brush stroke as a series of dots, whose distance (spacing) is determined by the Spacing setting.
Represents the percentage of the brush radius.
Limits brush application to the distance specified by spacing.
Flow of the brush continues as long as the mouse click is held (spray), determined by the Rate setting. With other methods the brush only modifies the color when the brush changes its location. This option is not available for the Grab sculpting brush.
Interval between paints for airbrush.
Creates a single dab at the brush location. Clicking and dragging will resize the dab diameter.
- Edge to Edge
The brush location and orientation are determined by a two point circle, where the first click is one point, and dragging places the second point, opposite from the first.
Clicking and dragging lets you define a line in screen space. The line dabs are separated by Spacing, similar to space strokes. With Alt the line stroke is constrained to 45 degree increments.
Defines a curve in screen space. Curve strokes also uses Spacing.
- Paint Curves
Stroke Curves are reusable and can be stored and selected by using the Data-Block Menu menu.
- Add Points
You can define additional curve control points by using Ctrl-RMB. The handles can define by dragging the mouse before releasing the mouse button.
- Transforming Points
The control points and handles can be dragged around with LMB. To ensure the handles of a control point are symmetrical, drag them around using Shift-LMB. A few transform operators are supported such as moving, scaling and rotating.
The handles can be selected individually by using RMB, extend the selection by Shift-RMB and deselect/select all by using A.
- Delete Points X
To delete a curve point, use X.
- Draw Curve Return
To confirm and execute the curved stroke, press Return or use the Draw Curve button.
- Adjust Strength for Spacing
Attenuate the brush strength according to spacing. Available for the Space, Line, and Curve stroke methods.
- Dash Ratio
Ratio of samples in a cycle that the brush is enabled. This is useful to create dashed lines in texture paint or stitches in Sculpt Mode. Available for the Space, Line, and Curve stroke methods.
- Dash Length
Length of a dash cycle measured in stroke samples. This is useful to create dashed lines in texture paint or stitches in Sculpt Mode. Available for the Space, Line, and Curve stroke methods.
Jitter the position of the brush while painting.
- Jitter Pressure
Brush Jitter can be affected by enabling the pressure sensitivity icon, if you are using a Graphics Tablet.
- Jitter Unit
Controls how the brush Jitter is measured.
The Jitter is measured based on how the cursor appears on the monitor i.e. “screen space”.
The Jitter is measured based on real world units. The unit type and scaling can be configured in the Scene Units.
- Input Samples
Recent mouse locations (input samples) are averaged together to smooth brush strokes.
Stabilize Stroke makes the stroke lag behind the cursor and applies a smoothed curve to the path of the cursor. This can be enabled temporary by holding Shift-S while painting or permanently by clicking the checkbox found in the header.
Sets the minimum distance from the last point before stroke continues.
Sets the amount of smoothing.