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Stroke width display improvement


GPencil strokes are now drawn with z-depth controlled line width, which is useful in most of the cases. However In some cases we would like to have more controls over that. For example, some graph drawings may require constant line width no matter how far it is from the camera, in some cases clamping the thickness or scaling the z-influence would also be useful.

Proposed Features

  • z-influence adjustments (as well as a switch to enable/disable this).
  • thickness clamping.
  • z-thickness curve (probably doesn't need to be this way).
  • absolute/relative thickness related to viewport size (like Freestyle used to do).

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YimingWu (NicksBest) lowered the priority of this task from 90 to Normal.Jul 4 2019, 4:47 PM
YimingWu (NicksBest) created this task.

Actually there is an option to keep thickness equal and not related to Zoom factor, but I think you are talking of something more flexible.

Yes, there's also a middle ground that we can make use of, instead only an on-off option.

Antonio Vazquez (antoniov) closed this task as Archived.Jun 8 2020, 7:28 PM

After the refactor, this task can not be valid. We can open a new one in the future.