my ink pen!
YES YOU ARE BEING RUDE AND YOU SHOULD FEEL BAD
(nah youre fine, here’s the settings of the setup im using right now, but be warned cuz the blending can get really finicky at times
В 11:30 по Москве , будет проверка знаний аниму персонажей по скетчам :D
всего 9 персонажей
самые правильные ответы вознаградятся рисуночком )
буду ждать вас :3
прошу помочь распространить )
Я не мастер толковать речи, так то… С днюшкой, Донни! ^u^
ДЫААААААА!!!!!!! ПОЛТЫЩИ! Мне лень толкать громадную речь ибо у нас и так уже 2 ночи, а я привыкла спать по ночам ^^
500 человек. Шикарно. нарисовала не всех ибо сейчас у меня почти нет возможности за компом сидеть. Пофиг что клоны. Всё равно сложно было ._. нарисовала моих любимых подписчиков, а два верних ряда - кумиры которые не подписаны на меня . Если есть вопросы - обращайтесь)
Соу слоу x)) Вообщем поздравляю! ^u^
You are very correct! Thank you for letting us know, we will happily share this with our followers.
ClipStudio is a drawing program for both Windows and Mac. It is greatly discounted right now.
Here is a link to their official website where you can find the deal:
Here are a few examples of their program’s finctions, though many more can be found on the front page of their website.
Also, a video of their program in motion [Link].
It seems to be a Vector based program, much like Illustrator or Adobe Flash. For followers who are not aware, Photoshop works in Pixels rather then Vectors.
/!\ EDIT: Followers should be made aware of the following.
I have just been made aware that ClipStudio is apparently… ”the exact same program as Manga Studio 5/Ex. The only difference is that CSP is the digital download and MS5 is the physical copy. It has recently changed to this and is VERY misleading and has caused a number of people to purchase a program they already own. It’s more noticeable on the Smith Micro website where both “versions” are offered. Those who are still in doubt should definitely try the demo prior to purchase.”
- An anon dropped this information in our inbox.
Thank you for the information
i was trying to find a brush i felt emulated manga lines and i couldn’t find anything so i screwed around and did my own. >.>
It’s pretty simple — no special textures or anything other than the settings you see.
- Don’t worry too much about line weight via pressure**. If it happens, it happens, but with this brush the line weight is best added in manually by going over your lines repeatedly until they’re thicker (or lessened via trimming the edges of the lines with a low opacity, soft edge eraser brush).
- ** That said, please make sure that pen pressure is on for best effects.
- For the most part, don’t use the stabiliser. That manga-y look is much better rendered when you have those little wobbly imperfections.**
- ** If you think your lineart is too wobbly, make sure you are using fast, short movements instead of trying to force your hand to not wobble. Using the stabiliser should be okay for those long, long lines but be sure to adjust your line weights without it on.
- Feel free to adjust how hard or soft you have to press with this brush, and feel free to adjust size, but the harder you have to press / the smaller the brush is, the better the results.
This tutorial explains some of the ways you can incorporate undertones into your art. It starts out very basic for beginners, then shows some more advanced ways to shade.
If you don’t have photoshop then instead of using a “color burn” layer, experiment with what your program does have. Try a “Multiply” layer or a “shade” layer.
Let me know if you have any questions!
since a lot of people ask me, these are my current brushes! these 5 are pretty much the only thing i use for everything!