You will need:
A Windows PC (XP,7,8,10)
Adobe Photoshop (Optional)
Photoshop brush file (.abr)
Clip Studio (Manga Studio 5)
Download and install AbrMate (Free)
Click "Open Brush Set" and select the PS brush you want to convert.
Wait for the brushes to load into the program.
Click the "Export All Open Brushes to .pngs" and save them in a new folder.
Open Clip Studio.
File > Open > Select one of the .pngs you just created.
Open the Layers Window. (If you d
Something I am noticing especially in some facebook groups is disqualifying something as art because the technique used is "easy", or it seems to "mass produced", or as one comment I read "too pinteresty".
How does that mean it isn't art?
I was always under the impression that art was something that was made for enjoyment. Enjoyment of the artist and the enjoyment of they viewer.
I thought art was supposed to be beautiful, exciting, thought provoking.
I didn't realize there were so many rules to art.
Case point: I did my first successful portrait last night. It is nothing fancy, with no meaning or reason behind it beyond practice.
I learned an important lesson today on my watercolour journey...
There is no wrong way to do watercolour.
I am a Virgo.
I like rules, and things to be black and white.
And while watching tutorials on youtube I realized something...
Every different artist contradicted the one before them.
Is that a bad thing?
It made me realize that I wasn't doing anything wrong because there is no "wrong" way. There is my way, which is different to other people's way but is mine.
As I get better and as I adapt, my way will help me to form my own style.
To anyone reading this that hasn't had this conclusion yet, I REALLY hope this helps, becaus