It might be nice to have some kind of way to automate this, so you can have cycles of certain things without having to manually keyframe all of them. For instance, I'd like to set my canvas to black every 20 or so frames in an animation I'm working on. Maybe a command like "repeat keyframe every n steps" which is applied to the currently "in focus" keyframe (and which handles muting). Perhaps that's too cumbersome interface-wise, but in any case, some way of automating this situation could be cool...
"If you have very specific requirements for how you want the image folder brushes to be laid own in the canvas, and if the RGB Match brush indexing doesn't do the job you want, you could build selection masks and run multiple passes with the…"
"So i'm confused about what you are trying to do. The RGB Mapping frame modulator in Brush Source is going to choose the image that gives the least RGB error when matched to the source color where it is being placed down. You have it…"
"Well, if you look in the Brush Modulation control panel, you will see that you are using the source Image Orientation to modulate both the size and the orientation of the brush nibs.
So if you set the Size Modulation to None, then there will be no…"
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