Well, I have a lot, but essentially this:
- Scripting. This is a werry useful feature, with a lot of wonderful applications. Lets see.
You make a paint with 800x600 pixels, and after that you apply the recorded script in a 4000x3000 pixels canvas obtaining the same paint but to a bigger scale suitable for print. After script running is over you can refine in more little details your paint. We will get a masterpiece. Or changing the collors or brush dimmension used, keeping only the strokes.
Tutorials. You can record your painting session and after that sharing your technic with others.
Zbrush have a werry impressive scripting system. You can download an zscript from the zbrush forum and run seamless in your computer. You can learn much more in this way than in hundreeds of tutorials.
Will be a good feature if the scripts will be can edited in any text editor programs.
Using this system only imagination will be the limit.
- Vector drawing. Using the same scripting system describet before, to run a recorded session and convert the brushes strokes in vector path for future export in more sophisticated vector drawing softwares like XaraX or Adobe Ilustrator. I hope you can understand what I want to say. Please take a look at this photo: (http://downloads.xara.com/opensource...interly/04.jpg). Is a vector painting.
- More customizable interface.
- Customizable shortcuts.
- An option to remove the "Right Click or press Enter to show panels"
- Brush factory. An option to build your own brushes like in Painter and Photoshop.
- A more easier way to make custom color palletes for obtainning one color palete like the real ones used by painter artist.