I was getting frustrated when I tried making the granularity 200 and it was lagging to the point where it wasnt drawing, and it looked too pixelated for me at 60.
Then I realized you hold space to see the actual picture ha. It has a really cool waterpaint effect to it like you said, I filled the screen with some random colors and then took it into Paint and inverted it, and it looked like a decent background of clouds. The blurriness is almost too much to handle though.
The grid thing defines how large the blending will be. The smaller the grid, the larger the blending. The bigger the grid you will have finer blenind but 200 is WAY TO MUCH... 124 works for me but that is for making very detailed images. On my machine, its fast enough.
I'll probably check to see if I can improve a few things. But this was pretty much a 3 hour experiment
New version is up. You can have a little bigger grid now.
The the draw is always smooth
Edited by icuurd12b42, 18 December 2009 - 11:09 AM.