One of the most requested features is more colors in the color palette. In version 1 I intentionally kept the palette limited. This was for 2 reasons.
- To make Brush Ninja easy to use
- To encourage creativity through limitations
Having now spent 2 years working on, and thinking about, Brush Ninja I now have a clearer understanding of how it’s used. And so I have worked out a way to make totally custom palettes, whilst still keeping the simplicity and creativity alive.
If you want to test the new palette for yourself then you should subscribe to my Patreon for $1 (or more) a month. This will get you access to the in development version of Brush Ninja v2. The in dev version is further along than these videos show, and I aim to release new updates each week.
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28 May 2020
Update: As of January 2021 this feature is now available on Brush Ninja. There’s more help on setting custom backgrounds here. After ‘more colours’, custom background images is the most requested new feature. I’ve been asked for this a lot of times, and it’s finally coming in Brush Ninja version...
13 May 2020
In Brush Ninja Classic (the current version), you can draw rectangles, circles, triangles and stars. Brush Ninja v2 allows so much more. This feature actually came about by accident. I had added the basic shape drawing functionality to Brush Ninja v2, and then wanted to add a heart shape. Which...
11 November 2022
Ever since version 2, back in January 2021, Brush Ninja has had selectable colours, but picking good colour combinations is hard. A feature I really like in apps like ProCreate is custom colour palettes, so I thought I would add them to Brush Ninja. The colours in the palettes are...