Back in 2009, Bal (1817 hits) asked me if I could write a program that would allow him to smooth his mouse movements when drawing.
The reference he had in mind was ZBrush’s LazyMouse (4398 hits) feature.
My program is called LazyNezumi, and while it doesn’t behave exactly the same way as LazyMouse, I think it’s pretty close. It binds itself to windows of desired drawing applications, and modifies the mouse/pen cursor position when it is enabled. This allows fun things like cursor movement smoothing, lagged drawing, and random noise.
You can download it here: http://lazynezumi.com/home (2607 hits).
July 11, 2013:
I’ve updated the apps.ini file to add support for Photoshop CS 5.1, and Photoshop CC (both 32 and 64bit versions).
I am also working on a brand new version of LazyNezumi, rewritten from scratch, that will include many new features, bug fixes and optimizations, so be sure to check back soon!
August 10, 2013:
Lazy Nezumi Pro is almost ready! I will be giving out beta licenses to the first 20 people who email me! :)
August 18, 2013:
Today I added a new Pen Sample Interpolation feature that really helps with those ‘shoelace’ type stroke ends in PhotoShop. I’m still looking for beta testers so don’t hesitate to contact me! :) (Windows users only please)
September 3, 2013:
Thank you for all the interest in Lazy Nezumi Pro! It will be ready very soon. To all the people asking where the old version went, I decided to take it down since it’s full of bugs and I don’t want people to get a bad impression of Lazy Nezumi before they try the new version. I hope you understand.
September 7, 2013:
While you wait for Lazy Nezumi Pro, check out the new website: http://lazynezumi.com/home (2607 hits). You can see how the new version looks like, and all the cool new features it has!
September 10, 2013:
Lazy Nezumi Pro is now available for public download! Get it here: http://lazynezumi.com/home (2607 hits)