@jan.cosmigo I believe there’s a bug in the calculations used to plot out brushes along a curve.
Watch the ends of the curve as I drag the cursor around. There’s extra copies being drawn where I certainly don’t intend for them to be.
Straight lines are fine, but once the line gets curved then the placement of each brush stamp gets a little funky on the ends.
Personally I’m not in the habit of using this tool regularly but it would seem that when using the curve tool with “Dot every Nth Pixel” (in Tool & Paint Settings) the spacing of each brush stamp ought to be constant no matter what, yet instead, what PMNG does is determine brush stamp density according to the curve tightness . . . basically.
Here’s what I mean -
My goal here is stamping down this spiky star brush along a perfect smooth bezier curve and each brush instance be spaced apart the same distance. (Imagine iron rivets on some metal paneling or something like that. Each rivet evenly spaced.)
I don’t think I can accomplish that with the curve tool, yet it seems like I should be able to.
So the way I do it now is with the paint dotted tool - but I have to draw the stroke manually with my mouse/stylus, thus I lose the mechanical precision that the curve tool offers.
Is the curve tool with dot every nth working as intended?
If so, might an additional spacing method be added to accomplish the goal depicted in my second GIF above?