10 Sites With Free Fonts for Lettering Your Comics

10 Sites With Free Fonts for Lettering Your Comics

Whether doing simple gag panels, comic strips, or comic books with Clip Studio Paint, you’ll eventually be looking for some good fonts to fill those word balloons, caption your art, or complete some signage somewhere. Here are a dozen resources for finding free fonts to use on your CSP projects.  Before using one, be sure…

Three Places To Slide in Clip Studio Paint
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Three Places To Slide in Clip Studio Paint

Unless you have one of the higher end Wacom Cintiqs, you’re not drawing on your computer screen with your finger.  You’re still point-and-clicking or tapping with your stylus, not tapping with your finger. One of the touch screen things that occasionally comes in handy is the ability to slide across a screen for various effects….

The Blue Line Trick

The Blue Line Trick

If you’re going through a process of penciling and then inking your work, you might have come across the problem where you miss inking a spot.  You mistook your pencil line for an ink line.  That’s because all the black lines are blending together. Blue line art can help you with this. The traditional way of…

How to Add a Brush (or Pen or Pencil)
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How to Add a Brush (or Pen or Pencil)

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…