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You have already got some good suggestions of how to use pressure sensitivity and you've proposed something also by yourself. I suggest you to check another free program: Inkscape. From there you can copy and paste vector shapes directly Krita and they become in Krita as vector shape layers. They can be used as perfect selections to paint fills. You can have ...


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Not sure if you would actually need to have tilt sensitivity for this. Personally, I think I'd just use pressure to vary the width of the stroke. Might take a little practice. This is using Krita and a Wacom without tilt


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Your question is pasted as a new image to Krita. The transformation tool is activated and the pivot point is moved near the P in the title: The image has become temporarily partially transparent, which can be very handy if there's a layer below. In the next screenshot it's dragged to different angle. The mouse cursor must be outside the rotated area. ...


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