Idea: A image-editor with a git-like history, UE4-like blueprints as layers, built-in scripting, dockable viewports, infinite canvas (zoom&pan), raster- & vector-graphics capable... and all of that completely hardware accellerated!
@longor There is a dedicated "perspective tool" for that in many programs.
@deshipu And which of these have an infinite canvas?
@longor I think both.
@longor Correction, Krita doesn't, but MyPaint does.
@longor I think that both Krita and MyPaint have that.
@longor Don't get me wrong, that's not the only ones that have it, they are just free and open source. A lot of dedicated drawing programs, such as Manga Studio and so on have that.
@deshipu That's great and all, but I happen to need and/or want a combination of the listed features, I can't seem to find anywere... it just doesn't exist yet.
@longor Yeah, it's hard to find ready programs with specific features that you just invented, but it's good to give the existing tools a try, because they often have an even better solution for the problem you were trying to fix with your features.
@longor For example, MyPaint doesn't have guides at all, you just create a layer on the top, draw whatever lines you need there, and later just hide it.
@deshipu Imagining new (maybe even better) ways to work with and make content is just what I do (privately) as developer. I'll go and give MyPaint and Krita a try, they might just solve some of my troubles! :)
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