Screenshot of Flowpaint 0.2 and it's default brushes.
Example picture done with Flowpaint 0.2, by mitol.
Example picture done with Flowpaint 0.2, by zzorn.
Example picture done with Flowpaint 0.2
Robot squirrel and nuclear acorn, done with Flowpaint 0.2 by zzorn.
Screenshot from an early version of Flowpaint 0.2
Flowpaint aims to be an immersive and powerful next generation paint program.
Different noise brushes available in Flowpaint 0.1. In future versions users will be able to define and share own brushes, using procedural noise or hand drawn textures.
The first version of Flowpaint works pretty well for sketching. It has a light pencil like brush for initial sketching, a few different brushes for inking, and two brushes for shading. It also has a white brush that can be used as an eraser (undo is coming in version 0.2)
Color painting in the first version (0.1) of Flowpaint is possible, although not that easy, as the brush colors and sizes are fixed. The next version (0.2) will add ability to select color and adjust opacity and brush size.
Procedural brushes allow a lot of cool effects, and with user defined brushes coming in a future Flowpaint version it should be possible to create brushes that are real time-savers for certain types of painting.
Screenshot from Flowpaint 0.1. It's a quick sketch of my reading lamp.
A screenshot from an early development version of Flowpaint, just after I added brush selection (the brush previews are still buggy in this picture).
Eating my own dog food - designing the website graphics and logo for Flowpaint in Flowpaint. In the end I didn't come up with any good logo idea, for now I use one of the squiggles as favicon. Anyone interested in designing a logo for Flowpaint? :-)