Add support for wacom tablet pen pressure #4

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disjukr commented Jul 18, 2013

pressure

I think your tool is really great! It's feel like z-brush in the web!!
I applied tablet pen pressure to brush radius.
Sorry for my little english that I can't explain exactly about it..

wacom web plugin document: http://www.wacomeng.com/web/

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Merge pull request #4 from disjukr/master
Add support for wacom tablet pen pressure

@stephomi stephomi merged commit ece6c2e into stephomi:master Jul 18, 2013

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Great, thanks !
I can't test it though... since I don't own wacom pen tablet.
By the way, on other sculpting software, the pressure act on brush radius or brush intensity ?
It wouldn't be difficult to actually put a button with a choice between radius/intensity but I don't know if it's relevant.

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stephomi commented Jul 18, 2013

Great, thanks !
I can't test it though... since I don't own wacom pen tablet.
By the way, on other sculpting software, the pressure act on brush radius or brush intensity ?
It wouldn't be difficult to actually put a button with a choice between radius/intensity but I don't know if it's relevant.

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@stephomi Thank you for merging my PR! you very fast! :D
I'm not artist so I don't know about sculpting tool very well.. but probably pressure acts both on radius and intensity(sorry for I didn't apply pressure on intensity)

zbrush ui
zbrush provide setting of tablet pressure like this. so it seems like acting on both of them.

On the other hand, photoshop(yes, it's not sculpting tool. but it providing pressure function) has simply provide the pressure option like this:
photoshop ui

I think providing just two checkbox about radius and intensity is maybe enough to user..

such like:

pressure
radius: on / off
intensity: on / off

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disjukr commented Jul 18, 2013

@stephomi Thank you for merging my PR! you very fast! :D
I'm not artist so I don't know about sculpting tool very well.. but probably pressure acts both on radius and intensity(sorry for I didn't apply pressure on intensity)

zbrush ui
zbrush provide setting of tablet pressure like this. so it seems like acting on both of them.

On the other hand, photoshop(yes, it's not sculpting tool. but it providing pressure function) has simply provide the pressure option like this:
photoshop ui

I think providing just two checkbox about radius and intensity is maybe enough to user..

such like:

pressure
radius: on / off
intensity: on / off

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Thanks for the information's digging :)

I've just checked on sculptris, and it's once again an on/off button for the radius/intensity.
The two checkbox solution is fine.

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stephomi commented Jul 18, 2013

Thanks for the information's digging :)

I've just checked on sculptris, and it's once again an on/off button for the radius/intensity.
The two checkbox solution is fine.

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SONB Aug 9, 2013

Hmm, my Wacom Intuos GD 9x12 doesn't work, radius and intensity are always the same.

SONB commented Aug 9, 2013

Hmm, my Wacom Intuos GD 9x12 doesn't work, radius and intensity are always the same.

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@SONB um.. then please try install newest wacom tablet driver in here to install browser plugin with.

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disjukr commented Aug 9, 2013

@SONB um.. then please try install newest wacom tablet driver in here to install browser plugin with.

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