When you need to draw a perfect line, rectangle, circle etc.
Please take a look at sketchbook’s excellent ruler tool. I think this could fit in with the feel of the tools here very easily. Just make it an optional tool like any other in the tools tray.
I agree, the ability to insert straight lines gives me the ability to create some architecture style drawings. Then with a layering option I can create a base layer that acts like a template of sorts.
Yes, please! Sometimes I drink too many espressi during a brain storm and my team laughs at my jittery sketches.... 🤪. I have resorted to using a clear straight edge or a template over the display (which works pretty well actually) but it is really old-school and a bit sloppy. But maybe that’s the espresso too come to think of it, lol...
I design a lot of interfaces and need straight lines and ways to easily create squares, rounded rectangles, circles, etc.
I’m supporting this as well. Either being able to draw straight lines or having a rotating ruler where the user can draw straight lines, similar to the function available at Apple’s Notes.
Yes, please! It would make bullet journaling, note taking, and project planning so much easier! Simple snap lines and shapes are also great for planning mixed media projects, architecture sketches, etc.
It basically gives you the same feel as using a ruler and basic stencils, which many artists implement into analog sketches and planning already.
Love the previously mentioned snap to grid as well for bullet journaling or organizing thought process, and the idea that the aren’t *too* perfect, still giving the hand drawn feel.
For sure, snap to grid (optional) along with straight-edge lines and shapes would make for less chaotic layouts. Still, the addition of too many tools to Flow turns it more into a drawing program instead of a spontaneous notebook.