Homebrew [W.i.P] L.I.M.P. - Lua Image Manipulator Program

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Hello men.
I want to show you an homebrew which i'm currently developing and want to know if you have some neat ideas to improve it.

L.I.M.P. will be a powerfull graphic editor which i want to add (at the end) to ORGANIZ3D readers but, for now, it will be a separated homebrew.
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Current features of L.I.M.P.:
- RGBA color support
- PNG/BMP editing support (with Alpha channel support)
- Level based editor (Like GIMP or Photoshop)
- Set of different struments (For now: Pencil, Rectangle, Empty Rectangle, Text)
- Support for big images
- Some advanced funcs (Like Flipping, Moving Levels)
- Possibility to save your works in 32bit BMP format (A channel will be putted in X channel)

Controls:
X = Switch between color components
Y = Switch between struments
R = Switch between levels
A = View/Hide current level
SELECT = Add a new level
START = Options Menu
B + CirclePad = Move current level on working table
CirclePad = Move view
L + Up/Down Dpad = Move current level on levels order
Left/Right Dpad = Increase/Decrease Color Component (10)
Up/Down Dpad = Increase/Decrease Color Component (1)

I want to add as many features as i can so please just tell me your ideas to improve L.I.M.P.
 

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It looks good, but its ugly. Here's what you should do: current image goes on top screen (and supports 3D) and on the bottom yoy can have little windows like in Photoshop and be able to use the touch screen to move them or select a tool.
 
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It looks good, but its ugly. Here's what you should do: current image goes on top screen (and supports 3D) and on the bottom yoy can have little windows like in Photoshop and be able to use the touch screen to move them or select a tool.

Yes and for painting you'll use buttons instead of touch.
Very good idea -.-
(Also very usefull having 3D for 2D printing which cause only problems)
 

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