Do you have something in your project that you want to convert to black and white? Here are 5 different ways to do it.
Mistakes are inevitable. One of the best things about drawing digitally, though, is that you can undo your mistakes. You are already familiar with the power of CMD-Z (CTRL-Z on Windows) from a lifetime of computer use, I’m sure. It works the same way in Clip Studio Paint. CSP remembers a bunch of your most…
Here is how to change the canvas size. It’s easier to crop, but I’ll explain how to expand and how to use reference points to get the job done.
Clip Studio Paint has a trick to switch to a new tool temporarily, giving you a quicker way to go back and forth between tools. It’ll speed some things up for you.
What size do you want to draw at? First, you’ll need to pick the right canvas size and resolution. There’s a simple trick you can use for this.
Clip Studio Assets is the new way of finding and downloading new materials, brushes, etc. for Clip Studio Paint. In this video, I’ll show you how to register, download, and organize these materials.
Clip Studio Paint breaks your art creation tools into three categories: Pens, Pencils, and Brushes. It’s completely arbitrary, but it is suggested that you organize your tools along those lines just for sanity’s sake. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to add a brush, move a brush around to a different category, create and delete a…
Don’t be overwhelmed. Clip Studio Paint can be a complicated product, but I have some ideas on how you can start learning it.