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…
(Updated October 2021 to remove broken links and provide a couple of new ones.) Everyone wants to color their sketches with Copic markers, right? But they aren’t necessarily cheap, especially if you want to buy the whole set. There has to be a better way! Certainly, Clip Studio Paint can emulate them, right? Of course…
One of the annoying bits of UI in Clip Studio Paint is the series of squares to indicate a growing selection. Here’s how to change it to a slider.
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.
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.
Drawing word balloons is easier when you can drawn them from the inside out. I’ll show you where to find that option.
Everybody loves to play with brushes in Clip Studio Paint. Today, I’ve compiled links to more than 25 FREE sets of brushes, pens, and pencils to download!