This is a great start. It already seems to be working really well.
I think the first thing that would be neat is a better way to access examples of some possibilities. I did see they do have an “Expression Browser” file where you can choose from pre-made options. That would be neat to add it to the UI so people can more of these expressions in action.
Not sure how hard that would be to hook up. In terms of populating it with examples, I wonder if we could use the ones on the site and copy/paste them?
I guess in terms of figuring out new ones, this field would be called “procedural textures” if someone would want to do research? I see there is some built-in auto-complete for the API. One thing that would be nice is having a documentation page with the available API that people can use. Not sure if it would be easier to reference another site for understanding this. Maybe a link like this…
Or maybe we should do our own documentation. I see a developer tutorial section on their site, but that seems to be targeted toward people that are writing C++ applications using it. We might need to write a bit of our own that is more artist friendly to put on docs.krita.org. The Disney page is definitely designed more for programmer consumption than artist consumption.