So, what I’ve done is added a few touch gestures to harmony:
- Use two fingers to adjust brush size
- Use three fingers to get the color selector
- Use four fingers to reset the current brush
In addition, I’ve made some UI tweaks, including locking input in the color selector to the particular ring you interacted with first for the duration of the touch. This prevents a lot of those moments where you accidentally alter the hue and saturation by swiping over the inner ring and not realizing that it could change.
I’ve also added different Save and Export buttons. The latter functions the same as the previous Save button, and just lets you pull your flattened drawing out of harmony. The former now forces harmony to save the current image to local storage, meaning your work is safe-ish (sort of, kind of, probably not really).
Finally, there are a few mirrored brushes. I only mirrored those I personally use, namely web, sketchy, shaded, and simple. I’m not sure there’s much utility in mirroring others, and though I use the fur brushes, I don’t see them as being good candidates for that tweak. Alternatively, I might just add toggles to mirror any brush, which would be fairly simple to do. Consider that on the never-shrinking to-do list.