If you look at the result of the previous screenshot, you can probably note that the drawing looks pixelated. This happens because each pixel in a line is completely black, and all the surrounding pixels are completely white. The physical display's resolution is limited, but a technique called anti-aliasing allows you to produce more smooth images with the same resolution. When drawing a line with anti-aliasing, some pixels will be more or less blacker than others, depending on how the line crosses the pixel grid.
You can easily enable anti-aliasing in Graphics View using the following code:
With the anti-aliasing flag turned on, the painting is done much more smoothly:
However, lines ...