Custom Brushes Now Easier to Modify and Create; New Programming Language for Complex Shader Designs
Today, Bleank brings seven new features to Black Ink, including the first shading editor ever created for a digital drawing app. Brushes can now be personalized down to the pixel, opening up an infinite amount of new possibilities in complex brush design.
Brush Shader Language will extend the current customization toolset, offering a more advanced way to build generative brushes. For the first time, artists can program their brushes, controlling how they interact with the canvas with the same level of influence 3D artists have been enjoying for years.
“Some artists want to use sliders, others want to use code,” said David Toyou, lead programmer and co-founder of Bleank. “With Black Ink 0.300, each person will have everything they need to make their brushes as simple or as elaborate as they want.”