I've been collecting a lot of art software over the years and have tried A LOT OF THEM. I want to list off the software I have tried, and even give some info on those that I have used. This is not a review for these products, I will try to do another journal about that, but just to inform people that there are a lot more than you may expect. Also trying to keep the list in order of when I used them. So let's begin~
All of the listed software are compatible with Wacom tablets, compatibility for other tablets may vary.
Adobe Photoshop 7, CS3, CS6, CC -ONE TIME PAYMENT (formally), SUBSCRIPTION (c
So, I've been writing up a FAQ, and decided to tell others in detail about my history with some of the tablets I had used.
I got my very first tablet in 2010, and it was a Genius MousePen 8 x 6 for about 40$ USD around the holiday season. I didn't know the brand, but at the time it had stellar reviews and I really, really wanted to use a tablet so I can do digital art without using the pen tool in Photoshop. It worked great... but not even a year later it had troubles with its cord and eventually got it replaced by my Monoprice TWA60.
The Monoprice was awesome, but no sooner of buying it, the drivers were an issue. Even though the tablet ju
Here are some things I want to explain to people who may be confused about CLIP STUDIO PAINT. Like the confusion of CLIP STUDIO PAINT AND Manga Studio 5 (for English) and why is it even called CLIP STUDIO PAINT.
CLIP STUDIO PAINT AND MANGA STUDIO 5
CLIP STUDIO PAINT is developed by CELSYS, and is distributed to other countries by Smith Micro. At first Smith Micro distributed it with the name of Manga Studio 5, as a successor to Manga Studio 4 (which was originally called Comic Studio 4 in Japan). But because CLIP STUDIO PAINT was not really a continuation of the Comic Studio series, Manga Studio 5 slowly had its name changed to CLIP STUDIO