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  1. All the praises and salutations to Serif for marvelous software. From my point of view, editing paths (curves) while drawing with pencil tool is a must! In the same category, editing the drawing sensibility (fidelity) goes hand-to-hand with that request. In conclusion, it is not possible to illustrate organic (complex) shapes without editing the path. Below are the examples of my work from Illustrator. I had to edit the illustration tens of times before reaching the final shape. Needles to say, it wouldn't be possible without editing the selected path.
  2. When, in the past, I would photograph artwork I would shoot a kodak patch sheet and then set white point in Lightroom by clicking a known neutral patch. How would I do the same thing in APhoto? White point panel has picker but how to use in same fashion as Lightroom so colors are reset based on known neutral?
  3. Hello, this is my first message here Like a lot of people around here, I've been using Illustrator for years and got used to its mental model and tools. Recently i started sketching simple cartoons using a tablet and unfortunately I can't yet achieve the same line quality in AD as I get in AI I suspect this is more due to the way AD translates my gestures into vector lines. Apparently it follows them "too closely" and any jitter on my part will become very apparent. In Illustrator, i'd handle this by messing with the Paintbrush tool options>fidelity/accuracy setting i've attached an example in AD, I haven't found a similiar option. Am I missing something or this level of control is not implemented yet? Thank you so much! I'm making a conscious effort to switch to AD and this is my biggest gripe so far (I can't organize/distribute artboards either, but i'll leave that for some other day)
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