I *love* ArtRage, but I've hit a brick wall: I'm creating artwork for print.
The palette tools do not scale with increasing pixels per inch. So if I want to print an image at 300 ppi, I'm required to work with dramatically reduced brush sizes, nozzle sizes, marker sizes, etc. The palette tools seem to operate with fixed pixel dimensions. If the printed image size doesn't change, the palette tool sizes shouldn't either, though I realize that there are performance implications.
(Just to head of some confusion, PPI is strictly used for printing. It says how many pixels to compress into an inch. Computers render to the screen at one pixel of image per pixel of screen, subject to scaling imposed by the rendering application. So setting PPI should affect rendering for purposes of print.)
Also, it would be more convenient for the palette preview to reflect the zoom level of the image. Before I realized that the palette was not scaling with PPI, I thought something was broken because the palette showed one size brush, while it drew in another. The problem was that I was zoomed in, and the brush reflected the zoom, but the palette preview did not.
I'll take suggestions for workarounds! Thanks!