Clip Studio Paint is a family of tools for both Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows for creating comics and manga digitally. It is the world’s number one comic software and is developed byCelsys, a Japanese software development company. Clip Studio Paint has powerful features and a tool set that is optimized to create amazing-looking comics and manga. The various tools can be used to create panel layouts, perspective rulers, sketching, coloring, and creating word balloons and captions among others. The latest version is named “Clip Studio Paint Pro” and the enhanced version is “Clip Studio Paint EX”.
This course will help you unlock your true creative potential by getting you familiar with some of the unique tools you can use to make great-looking artwork in Clip Studio Paint.
First, you will learn how to create custom brush tools that are the basis of creating many more brush tools for a variety of tasks. Then you will delve into vector tools and see how to use and manipulate them. Next, you will learn about the powerful ruler and 3D tools available in Clip Studio Paint. You will find out how to use the basic rulers in an illustration. Then you will get hands-on on drawing backgrounds using the 1, 2, and 3 point perspective rulers. You will also be able to pose and manipulate 3D models and discover how to save custom characters and poses to the materials palette for later use.
By the end of the course, you will be able to create and customize your own characters to create a unique and innovative comic or manga.
About The Author
Elizabeth Staley is a writer and artist currently living in western Pennsylvania, USA. When she isn't working on comics, she can be found watching crime shows and cartoons, reading comics and novels, or outdoors with her horse. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in media arts and animation in 2004. She has been working on her current web-published comic, Adrastus, since 2010.
She started using Clip Studio for her drawing in 2011 and hasn't looked back since. Elizabeth was involved in Smith Micro's beta test for Manga Studio 5 soon after she started using Manga Studio 4, and she has been talking about its benefits for artists ever since. Elizabeth has written several blog posts for Smith Micro and was the host of one of their streaming webinars in October 2015.
Mastering Manga Studio 5, Packt Publishing was Elizabeth Staley's first software book, released in 2013. After a warm reception from the Clip Studio artist community, she came back to write Manga Studio EX 5 Cookbook in 2015. In addition to these two titles, she has also self-published three comic collections and a novel.
The video aims at showing how to create a brush for inking with a texture.
The video aims at showing how to make a brush to automate a repetitive task (that is, drawing broken glass).
The video aims at showing how to easily draw repetitive shapes, such as leaves.
The video aims at showing how to import brushes purchased or downloaded from the Internet.
This video aims at showing how to make selections with the CSP specialty selection tools.
The video aims at showing how to use layer masks to hide and recover information.
How to draw on vector layers
The video will show you how to adjust the vector lines once they've been made
This video will show you how to add or delete control points from a vector line
The video aims at showing how to adjust the position of vectors by either scaling or rotating.
How to use some of the special rulers in CSP.
How to make symmetrical designs in CSP.
How to easily make action lines.
How to easily make focus line effects.
The video aims at showing how to use the one-point perspective ruler to draw scenes in perspective.
The video aims at showing how to draw a scene using a two-point perspective ruler.
The video aims at showing how to create a three-point perspective ruler and use it.
This video shows how to get started working with 3D Objects in CSP.
This video shows how to move a 3D object that has been added to the canvas.
This video shows to move the 3D camera (not just the 3D object).
This video shows how to use the Pose models in CSP and how to save the poses we've made.
This video shows how to change the default characters and draw dolls to customize them.
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