No, however you'll be able to create option pages (for the themes created with TF), with TF. This will come in the next-but-one version
You'll basically create a framework (if you choose to create option pages along with the theme) and then you expand on that framework.
I.e. you go in and edit template files to place the code to display values from the options.
Unlike the "create a theme" section, the options section in TF will be mostly manual. But very easy to follow:
You just copy from the examples and add your custom options. You just add a list (in form of an array as shown below) and all the radio buttons, textareas, text fields, image upload fields etc. will be created automatically from there. You may know this but to others reading this: This may look hard but is very easy and will not require PHP knowledge, you'll have an example for every use case (radio buttons, checkbox, checkbox-group, textarea, text input, image upload, color pickers, etc.):
'id' => 'sometext'
,'type' => 'text'
,'descr' => 'A text input field named sometext'
'id' => 'radio-something'
,'type' => 'radio'
,'values' => array(
'option1' => 'Option 1'
,'option2' => 'Option 2'
,'option3' => 'Option 3'
,'option4' => 'And this is Option #4'
,'descr' => 'Some radio buttons'
'id' => 'checkboxlist-something'
,'type' => 'checkbox-list'
,'values' => array(
'option1' => 'Checkbox 1'
,'option2' => 'Another checkbox'
,'option3' => 'Check this'
,'option4' => 'And this is checkbox #4'
,'descr' => 'This is a group of checkboxes. If you want to let users choose none, one or multiple things from a list'
'id' => 'textarea1'
,'type' => 'textarea'
,'descr' => 'A textarea with the id "textarea1". Useful for text, incl. code, that is not supposed to fit into a single line text field'
Then in the template files, wherever you want to display a value from the options page, you'd simply put something like this:
<?php echo $options['sometext']; ?>
That would display whatever the user has put into the text field with the id "sometext".
To sum his up:
All you do is list all your options sections and the options therein, in one single, possibly huge file. You just list them, surrounded with those brackets and divided with commas, as shown.
Then, in any theme template where you want to display one of the user options, you just put a very basic piece of PHP code (like the examples above).
You don't do anything else. The creation of the option pages, the saving and reading, the validation, everything is taken care. Regardless of that you'll be able to build very huge and flexible option pages.
<?php echo $options['the_option_id']; ?>