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  1. ThomasBrissot

    Lasso Tool suggestion

    Hi again, I had another suggestion in mind, concerning the lasso tool in 3d coat. The two lassos are really effective, I use it pretty much the same way I use the lasso tool ("stroke lasso") and the polygonal lasso tool ( Vertex Lasso) in Photoshop. It is great for people like me who learned photoshop years before they discovered 3d coat. What is really intereseting with photoshop is that you can do an unperfect/curvy selection with the lasso tool and then switch (without deselecting) to the polygonal tool by just maintaining alt. Two big advantages : -you can "rest" at any point when making a stroke with the lasso. As long as you maintain alt, your selection is not closed. This is great for complex selections. -you can make selections that are both freehand and polygonal (I attached a screenshot of a selection made this way in Photoshop). I think it would be a great add
  2. Hello! Please take a look! Polygonal contour stroke is very useful thing, its like polygonal lasso in photoshop. But lasso has very handy option when you hold shift you can build perfect vertical or horisontal or 45 degree lines. And contour stroke in 3d coat do not like that! Do not, do nooot! Maan please make this beautiful feature work I beg you!
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