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Emmy Rey

One thing many artists have issues with when digital inking is keeping their lines steady. Often this is due to the disconnect or loss of control a person feels when drawing digitally as opposed to drawing traditionally on paper. When working digitally, you don’t receive the same feedback from your stylus as you would your brush or pen. This lack of feedback often leads to people being overly cautious with their strokes, which in turn, causes them to wobble as they go.

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Topics: Insider, Featured Artists, News, Education, Poser, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

How Brian Allen Illustrates In CLIP STUDIO PAINT - Part III: Coloring

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 9, 2016 1:12:02 PM

We asked Official Influencer and full-time freelance illustrator of FlyLand Designs StudioBrian Allen, to tell us how he illustrates using CLIP STUDIO PAINT. He has created a full-length, three-part video tutorial series with commentary taking you step-by-step through his process. He'll go through Penciling (Part I), Inking (Part II) and finally, Coloring (Part III). Here's what he had to say:

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Topics: Insider, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

How Brian Allen Illustrates In CLIP STUDIO PAINT - Part II: Inking

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 8, 2016 12:26:20 PM

We asked Official Influencer and full-time freelance illustrator of FlyLand Designs StudioBrian Allen, to tell us how he illustrates using CLIP STUDIO PAINT. He has created a full-length, three-part video tutorial series with commentary taking you step-by-step through his process. He'll go through Penciling (Part I), Inking (Part II) and finally, Coloring (Part III). Here's what he had to say:

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Topics: Insider, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

How Brian Allen Illustrates In CLIP STUDIO PAINT - Part I: Penciling

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 7, 2016 7:46:52 AM

Official Influencer Brian Allen, is a full-time freelance illustrator running FlyLand Designs Studio. Activision, Hard Rock Cafe, Smith & Wesson and Scholastic are just a few among several large companies he has worked with. Brian started out as a traditional artist, working with pen and ink on paper, but switched to a 100% digital workflow around 2010. He discovered CLIP STUDIO PAINT (then, called Manga Studio) several years ago and hasn't looked back since. It has completely changed the way he works, up until that point, he hadn’t found a program that could replicate his hand drawn work the way CLIP STUDIO PAINT could. The program not only improved his digital work greatly, but also made creating digital art more enjoyable all around. 

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Topics: Insider, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

Why Avaitor Bessie Coleman is Moho 12's Lead Character!

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 6, 2016 10:00:00 AM


Moho 12's leading character, Bessie Coleman, getting plenty of attention at the launch event of the Surface Dial. via Mashable

We asked Moho Product Manager, Victor Paredes, to tell us a bit about why he chose Bessie Coleman as the leading character and to discuss what his creative process was like. Here's what he had to say:

 

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Topics: Insider, Moho (Anime Studio), Featured Artists, News, Education, Digital Artists

Using Brushes in CLIP STUDIO PAINT with Astropad for iPad

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 5, 2016 10:00:00 AM

With Astropad, you can use your iPad to draw directly into CLIP STUDIO PAINT and any other Mac creative tool - such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

CLIP STUDIO PAINT is a great tool for illustration, manga, and comics publishing. With a wide variety of settings possibilities, it’s easy to fine-tune features for a better toolkit. We put together a mini-guide to help you get started with brush adjustments for use with Astropad.

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Topics: Insider, Other Graphics Software, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

Dave Gibbons Describes His Comic Creation Process Using Reference Images in CLIP STUDIO PAINT- Part III

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 4, 2016 9:56:57 AM

We sat down with world-renowned comic book artist and Official InfluencerDavid Gibbons, to discuss some of his latest and greatest projects. In this three part blog series, Dave describes how CLIP STUDIO PAINT played a pivotal role in creating pages in the 500th issue of Doctor Who Magazine, the cover for the Dan Dare book, a collection of his 2000AD strips, (in Part II of this blog series) and pages in the 2000th issue of 2000AD (in Part I of this blog series). He explains what his creative process was like:

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Topics: Insider, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

Dave Gibbons Describes His Comic Creation Process From Color Sketch to Finished Color in CLIP STUDIO PAINT- Part II

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 3, 2016 9:06:55 AM

We sat down with world-renowned comic book artist and Official Influencer David Gibbons, to discuss some of his latest and greatest projects. In this three part blog series, Dave describes how CLIP STUDIO PAINT played a pivotal role in creating the cover for the Dan Dare book, (a collection of his 2000AD strips) and pages in the 500th issue of Doctor Who Magazine and the 2000th issue of 2000AD (in Part I of this blog series). He explains what his creative process was like:

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Topics: Insider, Other Graphics Software, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

Dave Gibbons Describes His Comic Creation Process From Sketch to Inking in CLIP STUDIO PAINT - Part I

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 2, 2016 10:18:33 AM

We sat down with world-renowned comic book artist and Official Influencer David Gibbons, to discuss some of his latest and greatest projects. In this three part blog series, Dave describes how CLIP STUDIO PAINT played a pivotal role in creating pages in the 2000th issue of 2000AD, the cover for the Dan Dare book, (a collection of his 2000AD strips) as well as pages in the 500th issue of Doctor Who Magazine. He explains what his creative process was like:

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Topics: Insider, Other Graphics Software, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

How to Organize a CLIP STUDIO PAINT Workspace for Astropad for iPad

Posted by Emmy Rey on Nov 2, 2016 7:39:37 AM

With Astropad, you can use your iPad to draw directly into CLIP STUDIO PAINT and any other Mac creative tool - such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

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Topics: Insider, Other Graphics Software, Featured Artists, News, Education, CLIP STUDIO PAINT (Manga Studio), Digital Artists

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