aparently, he changed the way the brush engine works a bit, I find it "better" on SAI 1,
i've wondered if the brush settings of sai 1 can be achieve on sai beta 2?http://imgur.com/8fQnirV
here's an example, the lines of sai 1 are smooth and the sai2 beta end abruptly, in a way.
i hope you understand what im saying, i've tried several setups and no changes in the way looks, its a bug? a feature? can be achieved but im not doing it correctly?"
and here's his anwser
The thin strokes were drawn with similar settings between Ver.1 and Ver.2.
But thick strokes were drawn with different settings.
Maybe the density pressure sensitivity was enabled on Ver.1, but the density pressure sensitivity was disabled on Ver.2.
> warp transformation
I am examining to implement a warp transformation.
But the implementation is not easy. I have to take many effort.
and here's my reply
"Hi again mr. koji,
thanks for answer my last mail and sorry to bother you with this kind of small inconveniences (again),
i'm very pleased with the software overall, my question is, in the old sai there's a option on Adv. Settings (hard< >soft), is there something similar on SAI 2 beta? here is a screen cap with my settings, when you use the transparent color, the blending is way smoother, and its because the option on hard and soft (i have it on 0)http://imgur.com/rlnb0hC
hope you can help me, and sorry again for the inconveniences
and here's his final answer, not quite satisfied with the way it works :/
On Ver.1, "Dilution" for a transparent color does not work naturally.
That is my faults.
Please try the following settings of a Brush tool.
1. Create "Brush" tool.
2. Change "Dilution" to "80". (Maybe "Dilution:1" brings similar result to your settings on Ver.1. But I recommend "Dilution:80".)
3. Change "Prs. Sensitivity" for "Blend" to 0.
i'm hoping he bring us a similar system of SAI 1