How to make an art pad!

To make an art pad you have to add variables for a colour picker. Then you use check once if…and for the width you can use the control width’s X or Y position.

So these are the tips!
(Need more tips? Reply below!)

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This is such a small tutorial that I feel would’ve been better in the YCTAYHCH

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Nice topic!
Is there a sample art pad or something you’ve made? Sometimes a project link can help improve tutorials. You could also screenshot parts of code from it and explain how they work. That’d make this a lot clearer and could help more people learn.
Just a couple suggestions that can help you improve your tutorial :))

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Listing out the steps in bullet points help as well

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I’ve made my own drawing pad before (two of them, actually). With over 16 million colors to choose from, and 82 custom slots to save your colors, the possibilities are endless…

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Every single feature I have (I probably should’ve posted these on the Y-topic):

  • Pixel Painter
  • Trail Painter
  • HSB/RGB Colors
  • HSB→RGB/RGB→HSB Color converter
  • Color Picker (Eyedropper Tool, Pixel Painter Only)
  • Custom Colors
  • Default Colors
  • 3 Rainbow Modes
  • Gradient Pen
  • Random Color
  • Randomized Colors
  • Spiral Draw (Trail Painter Only)
  • Polygon Draw (Trial Painter Only)
  • 4 Drawing Modes (Normal, Mirror, Reflect, etc., Trail Painter Exclusive)
  • Grid View Option (Color is customizable)
  • Center Axes View Option (Color is also customizable)
  • Canvas Size Options (Pixel Painter Exclusive)
  • Dark Mode
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Nice tutorial - but maybe we could have a little more detail to make this topic reach its full potential?

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Not sure what tutorial(s) I can add that aren’t already on the forum. E.g. I know how to make an instant grid, but there is probably already a tutorial on that…

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