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Please consider to add a new tool "French Curve" for use with pen tool, and vector brush. Something similar to the french curve on Autodesk sketchbook. It's super useful for sketching with a graphic tablet.

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You call them "French curves"? We call them "Perroquets" or "Pistolets à dessin" (drawing parrots/pistols) :) 

They are usefull to have nice curves and avoid bad angles when trying to join curves.

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Known as parrots here... used them when we drafted with ink pens and vellum.. :-D

I suppose there may be some computer equivalent fitting commands but probably no direct application.

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For me is "pistolete" (the spanish word, at least in Argentina), I was trying to be more "international" (?) :D

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Smoother curves are always better.

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