News from the makers of Clip Studio Paint (better known as Manga Studio)…
“New update to be released within 2017! More than 100 functions will be added and improved, including ‘Quick Access’ for a more efficient production.”
Also a new micro-currency, to purchase naff clipart backgrounds. Not so good.
Still, you can’t sniff at the big discounts which are still on. Clip Studio Paint Pro for $25 at Smith Micro.
Clip Studio Paint (formerly much better known as Manga Studio), has a new version. Clip Studio Paint EX for iPad, just released.
“Apple Pencil support and makes full use of its precise pressure sensors and tilt detection, accurately adjusting line thickness and shades according to pressure and tilt for an almost hand drawn feel.”
“Customers who install and register their download by 20th December (Wed), will be able to use the application free of charge for 6 months instead of $8.99 USD per month.”
Interestingly, the first comment at iTunes is…
“App looks like it has full desktop functionality and will even download your materials from the cloud if you have a Clip Studio account.”
Android users of Sketchbook Pro now have version 4.0, bringing the software into line with the iOS version.
* 100 megapixel canvas.
* 60 new default brushes.
* 16 sector Radial Symmetry.
* Predictive Stroke.
* New “two-hand” UI “that keeps the interface out of your way until you’re ready for it”.