Multiple scenes inside a single project sounds like a great idea.
Yes, I appreciate that using an optimised copy of the image might be preferable ... put this idea on the the back burner perhaps! :-)
I'm using a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 with basic Bluetooth keyboard. I'll list a few shortcuts that I think would be useful.
Step Forward and Step Back using the left and right arrow keys.
Selext Next or Previous Layer using the up and down arrow keys (pehaps linked to an on-screen indication of which layer is currently active).
Play/Stop using the spacebar.
Flip (play a user defined frame range and continue looping whilst the key is pressed, return to the active frame when the key is released).
These are the most important ones, I think, related to Flipaclip's current functions.
Palm rejection is still a useful feature as gesture controls such as zooming can often still be triggered unintentionally - which can be frustrating when drawing. I have not noticed this being too much of a problem in Flipaclip - compared to other drawing apps, however.
Hi. I hope the original poster doesn't mind me butting in, but as far as pressure sensitivity in other apps goes, I have to say that Autodesk Sketchbook is hard to beat. It is responsive and quick and you can easily draw the faintest of lines. You can build up a stronger line with repeated strokes or more pressure - just like the real thing. It is noticablty better and more natural feeling than all the other Android drawing apps and would certainly make a good benchmark.
Just wanted to add - the drawing and pressure sensitivity in Flipaclip on my Galaxy Note 10.1 is already pretty good.
A toggle-able overlay sounds like the perfect solution. Would be great if the transparency could be adjustable. I've sent you some grids that I use.
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