Apply brush properties (opacity/size) to the "fill" design
There is a similar request already posted (please go vote for hers as well!), But I felt as though her description wasn't quite clear. It would be nice if you could apply the opacity or intensity of brushes to the new designs. For instance, it SO nice to use the cool new "sunflower" fill very lightly in the background without having to lighten the color, or be able to change the size of the sunflowers within the selected area, or be able to apply sunflowers to only part of a selected area, and blend it with other colors. I personally am very disappointed in this. I can't do two different sunflower color fills in the same area? I can add sand or wood to pencil within a sexlected area, but not sunflowers, braids or concrete. This is essentially really limiting to creativity. Drop the fill feature and make all fills brushes.
Similar to the way you can adjust the opacity for the metallic tool, I’d like to adjust the opacity of the Fill tool so that I can layer a lighter color over the main color without having to use Fade/Bloom (since this does not allow for an even coat of color)
There is actually an option to pick what size you want the brush and the opacity!
I'm new at this, so is there an area for very beginners to pickup terminology and basics?
You can fill an area with the sunflower fill using a light tone, then go over it with a brush using varied opacity and color. Not a perfect work around, but might be worth playing with.
Jill price commented
The option of a flat brush or faned out brush. Fat ones small ones etc would b cool. A real brush set for art.
Selected not sexlected. Oops! Not sure why autocorrect didn't catch that or why pigment doesn't have an "edit" feature. I canceled my subscription. If I can't color offline or apply brush properties of wood and sand to sunflowers and braids, then it's not worth my money.