The above sounds like a very good suggestion.
My concerns also arise from a personal focus on the painting environment. I have used many other apps but always become irritated that no one app has all I need. Recently found myself jumping backwards and forwards between Pixelmator and Sketch Club to achieve all I wanted on one artwork. I appreciate that AF is more like a Photoshop successor than it is a purely painting app like Adobe Sketch, and its versatility is wonderful and the whole point of me buying it, but the one feature which would make it my absolute one-stop art app would be the addition of more realistic stroke interactions like those in Adobe Sketch and ArtRage. My personal aspiration is for AF to have a bleeding-stroke watercolour brush (you know, where the strokes keep moving outwards until you tap the little fan icon to freeze it) like the one in Adobe Sketch, which I think is the industry best (and I’m an experienced watercolourist in real-space). I suppose the oilists would want the 3D, impasto, mushed-together interaction/look.
A tall order, I know, but such features would make AF the undisputed industry leader, in my humble opinion. It’s already fabulous.
(BTW, I know AF has the option to turn on a wet look but, of course, it’s not the same as the dynamic interactions I’m describing.)