June 10, 2015 2 Comments
The latest release of iColorama, in addition to adding some Bristle brushes that are amazing, added several new settings. I explained one new setting, Continuous Brushing, as best as I could on the iColorama Facebook group. Some people, however, are visual learners, so I put together this short seven-minute video to show the before-and-after effect of using the Continuous Brush setting.
The video also shows the box which pops up when the “Warning when leaving a brush” switch is on.
Here’s a screen shot of the new settings, found under iColorama in the Settings app.
One setting that I don’t illustrate in the video is “Variable color by stroke”. I recommend you turn it on. As shown in the image below, when it is off, and the Color Variation slider is increased on a brush, the color changes as you are making a single stroke. When you turn it on, the color remains the same during a single stroke, and only varies when you raise your finger/stylus and start another stroke. I think the new method is much more useful.
Here’s the final image from the video. Enjoy the Bristle brushes!