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openCanvas note - "Brush Pencil/Pen" Setting -


Contents : Explanation of Pencil/Pen's functions

Tool : openCanvas ver1.1 (Brush Pencil/Pen)


Brush window Size function


0. On this window, you can set your brushes.
In this page, I will introduce functions of "Pencil/Pen".

First, click & select the pen-button!
1. Size function

1click or 2click this button, you can change this function to Enable or Disable.

Enable - You can change drawing-line's size as hand-pressure if you have tablet.
Disable - You can't change drawing-line's size as hand-pressure.

Excuse me, my writing isn't good.



Transparency function Minimum-size bar


2. Transparency function

1click or 2click this button, you can change this function to Enable or Disable.

Enable - You can change drawing-line's transparency as hand-pressure if you have tablet.
Disable - You can't change drawing-line's transparency as hand-pressure.
3. Minimum-size bar

Slide this bar to the left-side or the right side, you can change the brush-edge's sharpness.

Sharpest edge - Slide the bar to the leftmost end.
Round edge - Slide the bar to the right-side.



BrushWidth bar PressCorrect function

4. BrushWidth bar

Slide this bar to the left-side or the right side, you can change the brush's width.

The thinnest line(0.1pixel) - Slide the bar to the leftmost end.
The boldest line(200pixel) - Slide the bar to the rightmost end.
5. PressCorrect function

Drag this graph to the left-top or the right -bottom, you can change the hand pressure sensitivity.

The most sensitive - Drag the graph to the most right-bottom end.
Not sensitive - Drag the graph to the left-top.


This time's Painting-movie file is here. ->download(28KB)
If you want to see this painting movie , try the next 1-2-3 steps!
1. Download and extract the nice paint-program, "openCanvas" from here!(Sorry, for windows95/98/NT/ only)
2. Download, extract and Drag & Drop painting movie file "emocb.lzh" to oC-icon.
3. Then you can see the movie of painting ... from first to the end!

If you want more information about "openCanvas", please click here!